Klyde Warren Park

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General Information

A relatively new addition to the city of Dallas in the USA is the Klyde Warren Park which is a public park that was opened in 2012. The park covers a 5.2-acre space over the top of the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. The park was built to connect parts of the city and create a place for the people of the city to meet up. The park has a bit of something for everyone with a children's area, a performance area, a fountain plaza and a great lawn amongst other things.

Getting there

The park is located on the edge of the city's Arts District. The M-LINE cable car runs through the park. The 029 and 039 buses stop close to the park. The closest light-rail station is ‘St. Paul’ or ‘Pearl’. If travelling by car, local street parking is available but remember to pay at the meter to avoid being towed.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is open daily from 6am-11pm and free to enter. There are usually daily activities on in the park which you can get involved in. The museum is open daily from 9am-5pm. Tickets are priced at 15$ for adults with concessions priced at 12$. The zoo has a shop and multiple food outlets.

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