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The Big Texas Tour via Dallas (Part I)

Estimated Travel Period: 14 Days, about 13 hours 55 mins
Estimated Travel Distance: 795 miles

Best Time To Travel

The weather is perfect in early to mid-Spring (March to April) as well as in Autumn (September to November). It may be too hot in Summer (May to August) or too cold in Winter (December to February). However, if you only have these days to do your trip, make sure you have a hat and sunscreen (for Summer) or plenty of warm clothing (for Winter). Be prepared for anything with A Guide To Packing For Your US Self-Drive Holiday.

Everything is bigger and better in Texas, from the places to the sites to the food. Take a tour of the Lone Star State, traveling around its largest cities.
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Day 1 Dallas to McKinney

Estimated Travel Period: about 40 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:30 miles

Enter Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary to see real dinosaurs and the unusual Living Lab, with trees growing inside a laboratory.

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Day 2 McKinney

Estimated Travel Period: 9 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:3.4 miles

Hire a bike and follow the Serenity Park Hike and Bike Trail for a different way to discover the city. Walk around the historic buildings of McKinney Main Street and get a taste of great Texas cuisine at Rick's Chophouse.

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Day 3 McKinney to Fort Worth

Estimated Travel Period: about 1 hour 5 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:58 miles

Discover the small but impressive collections of antiquities and Precolumbian art at the Kimbell Art Museum.

Day 4 Fort Worth

Estimated Travel Period: 14 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:7.6 miles

Go to Sundance Square and try the fresh sushi in Piranha Killer Sushi. Watch cowboys and bulls battle it out at a real rodeo at the Cowtown Coliseum.

Day 5 Fort Worth to Austin

Estimated Travel Period: about 3 hours 10 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:187 miles

Learn about the "Story of Texas" at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, where you can also find a great number of artifacts that have been important to the state's history.

Day 6 Austin

Estimated Travel Period: 4 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:0.6 miles

Keep a day open for a tour of the State Capitol and cool off at the Barton Springs Pool in Zilker Metropolitan Park.

Day 7 Austin to San Antonio

Estimated Travel Period: about 1 hour 35 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:80 miles

History buffs will enjoy a visit to the Alamo, the historic fortress compound that was once the site of the Battle of the Alamo.

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