As you arrive at the airport off I-84 to fly from Boise to Dallas/Fort Worth, the flight takes about two-and-a-half hours). Once there, you can enjoy visiting places such as the Frontiers of Flight Museum or head to the Texas Motorplex for an afternoon of car racing.
Fair Park has many attractions to see, such as Centennial Hall and the Children s Museum, restaurants, entertainment and shopping. Visit places such as the Frontiers of Flight Museum, or head to the Texas Motorplex for an afternoon of car racing. The Dallas World Aquarium offers many exhibits including Mundo Maya, which features a walk-through aquarium area, animals and plants. For fishing, boating or swimming, drive up TX-121 to the 8,000-acre Lake Grapevine to rent a weekend cabin or boat. The Bishop Arts District has trendy boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Stop by a country saloon and jump in on Texas line and swing dancing.
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When you fly from Boise to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), temperatures in the area range from a low of 35 in winter to highs of 96 degrees in summer. This transportation hub welcomes flights from all over the country as well as international flights. Major driving routes include I-20 on the south side and I-820 on the north side. Annual events include Spirit of the Cowboy Festival in Fort Worth and the Cinco de Mayo Festival and Parade in Dallas.