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Longhorn Cavern: With a distance of approximately 210 miles from Dallas, Longhorn Cavern may at first seem a little out of the way. However, visiting this designated state park and natural landmark is well worth the effort. The cave was formed when water levels beneath the ground began to drop, causing a great underground stream to be carved from the solid rock. This unusual combination of dissolving and cutting by water makes Longhorn Cavern one of the world’s most unique caves and a must-see attraction.
The Museum of the American Railroad: Situated in the town of Frisco, around 30 miles from Dallas, the Museum of the American Railroad is dedicated to celebrating and preserving the heritage of America’s railways. Founded in 1963, the museum boasts an extensive collection of vintage locomotives and rolling stock, together with artefacts and archive material which illustrate the rail industry’s significance in American life and culture.
The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame: Located in Fort Worth, approximately 35 miles from Dallas, the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame pays tribute to the cowboys who have excelled in the sports of rodeo, cutting and ranching. The Hall of Fame also honours the individuals who have dedicated their lives to promoting and preserving Western Texas heritage. Boasting an extensive collection of more than 60 Old-West wagons, carts and sleighs, and an Exploratorium where children can learn how to pack for a cattle-drive and dig for treasures in sawdust, this highly popular attraction has something for everyone.