Explore the Restriction-Free City of Dallas for Memorial Day Weekend
Average temperature low and high: 65° - 84°
May is probably the last month of nice and bearable outdoor weather in Dallas before the scorching months of summer come with high temperatures. With that said, it's the perfect month to explore and site see, and with state-wide COVID restrictions lifted, there won't be a shortage of options for a great visit.
Catch this broadway musical's first tour! The Waitress is about a small-town girl's journey when she gets the chance to leave her old life behind. It is based on a 2007 indie movie and features a catchy soundtrack written by Grammy-nominated artist Sara Bareilles. Get your tickets here, starting at $130!
Lasting over 8 hours - from 2 pm to 10 pm, with 40 food vendors, the D-Town Food Fest showcases the best in local eateries. Along with a lot of delicious food, there will be games and contests and live music from the best bands in Dallas.
Dallas Events in May
Theater & Headliners
Things to Do in Dallas in May
See the best Dallas attractions using a CityPASS
Explore the city of Dallas and its landmark attractions by buying a CityPASS. Starting at $47 for adults and $31 for children, the CityPASS will give you admission to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck, the Sixth Floor Museum, and a choice between the Dallas Zoo or the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum.
Pedal and pub with Dallas Party Bike
A one-of-a-kind experience, the Dallas Party Bike is a must on your to-do list! You can book a private event with your friends on a party bike that holds up to 15 people. But if you'd rather meet new people to party and drink with as you go on a biking adventure and enjoy a pub crawl, book a single seat! The large party bike has LED lights and a sound system, and the pub crawl includes three bar stops. Prices start at $49.