On a hot day, order a treat from a food truck and enjoy lunch on the lawn, Texas style. Explore the underwater passages of the Dallas World Aquarium to observe remarkable creatures from up close. The aquarium is more like a zoo, so don't miss the jungle walk if you like monkeys! Nearby, children can fly like a bird, outrun a dinosaur, witness a tornado, or feel an earthquake at the Perot Museum Of Nature And Science. At the Dallas Zoo, they can see cuddly koalas, hand-feed giraffes and admire other Giants of the Savanna. Visit the Six Flags Over Texas theme park in Arlington for even more family fun on the more than 100 rides. Ride the Rock-n-Rocket, roll a ball, and try a Texas-sized hot dog for lunch. Grab some boots and a 10-gallon hat and explore the Heritage Village. Then gear up for a trip to Southfork Ranch, the film set of the immensely popular soap opera Dallas, to enter the estate where J.R. and Sue Ellen played out their unhappy marriage. After nearly four decades, this family saga is still being followed by fans all over the world. Step into the middle of a cattle drives in the heart of the city at Pioneer Plaza. See bronze statues of Texas Longhorns in the landscaped park. This recreated prairie commemorates the old cowboy trails which brought the first settlers here in the 1800s.