8 Things You Must Do When Visiting Texas

Texas is the second largest state in the U.S both by population and area. The coastline of Texas has a length of 367 miles and has three famous mountain ranges top which is more than 7000ft. This state has got a wide range of physical features that consists of mountains, plateaus, plain, extinct volcanoes, valleys, islands and canyons.

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Some of the magnificent attraction of Texas is given below:

  1. The Dealey Plaza Museum

This museum is situated at the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building in downtown Dallas. It has a huge collection of varied forms of art and artifacts that narrates the assassination, legacy and life of John F Kennedy. The museum at present has 45,000 items and is still expanding.

  1. Six Flags Mine Train

This is the largest theme park of the state over 213 acres of land and located at Arlington Texas. It consists of the most famous attractions of Texas and also has the Batman, the ride which is not that famous but once you get on it, you will want to ride it again. This theme park has got attraction for every age group which also includes live shows which are enacted to pay homage to Texas’ country music.

  1. Houston Space Centre

Another popular tourist attraction in Texas, it is the home to the ‘Mission Control’ where the various manned flights into space are monitored by NASA. You will be fascinated by the huge collections of various space missions including that of the Mercury and Apollo missions. You also have the opportunity to dress as an astronaut over here.

  1. Big Bend National Park

The national park is named after the Rio Grande River’s great bend and is located there. The altitude in the park varies from one place to another and ranges between 1,870 ft and 7,875 ft and will offer you a great landscape for flora and fauna. It has almost 1000 varieties of flora and you can also see a lot of bald eagles in this park. There is also a retreat for trek lovers for there exists hiking trails over 200 miles. You can get to see the three great canyons from these trekking points: Santa Elena, Boquillas and Mariscal canyons. In order to enjoy nature at its best, you can also take on a river ride through the park.

  1. Swimming hole in Central Texas

To make your trip a bit adventurous, you can take a ride to the swimming hole in Central Texas. You can jump into the spring fed pools or in the clear rivers like the Guadalupe or the Comal. You can kayak or canoe or float away in an inner tube.

  1. Padre Island

This is the longest island in the world stretching over 70 miles and is a barrier island that is underdeveloped. The beach is spread over an area of 130,000 acres of land and is the home to rare birds and turtles.  In this park of Texas, you can witness the Kemp’s Ridley turtles hatch out of the eggs and they run to the water. If you are staying over thee after the sunset, you can also witness the Milky Way just over the Gulf of Mexico.

  1. Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Texas has got some of the world’s best desert terrain in this region and is located about 100 miles to the west of El Paso. Though it looks hostile in nature, it is a habitat for a wide range of wildlife, lush green vegetation and natural hot springs.

  1. The Hamilton Pool

This is perhaps the place in Texas during a normal hot day. This pool is naturally shaded and is fed by the Hamilton Creek that is located 50 ft above.

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