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•  Events in Fort Worth and Denton
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DART for All Ages
DARTable experiences are for everyone.

Kids love animals - and trains. So it's double-fun to take the Red Line to the front entrance of the Dallas Zoo, where 8,000 animals await. The zoo gives visitors a journey through many distinct wildlife habitats, which offer interactive experiences such as feeding birds, lorikeets and even giraffes and it also offers discounts to children and seniors.

DART empowers you to discover the area's coolest neighborhoods. Take the M-Line trolley to Uptown, a tried-and-true favorite full of restaurants, shops and watering holes, or branch out a little. Downtown Plano Arts District is a thriving hub with similar offerings, but in a quainter environment.

Get the whole family in on the fun at Garland's Plaza Theatre, located on the historic square near Downtown Garland Station. The fully restored 1941 theater hosts stage productions, concerts and - here's the kicker - free, family-friendly movies. The surrounding square is worth exploring, too, with plentiful shops, casual eateries and a brewpub.

Senior citizens are especially welcome at our region's cultural institutions. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas World Aquarium, Nasher Sculpture Center and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza are all DARTable, and they all give reduced admission to seniors. DART offers reduced fares to seniors over 65, too, with a valid DART photo ID.

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