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Summer Break

Round up the kids and take a day trip on DART.

These kid-friendly, DARTable destinations will turn a morning or afternoon into an excursion.

Beat the kids at Skee-Ball®. At Nickel Mania in Carrollton, it's all about the classic arcade games. Well over 100 games provide a blast from the past for parents, and - who knows - maybe a different kind of challenge for kids. Can you get the high score? Find out by taking Bus Route 534 departing from Addison Transit Center, and getting off at Trinity Mills and Midway Road in Carrollton.

Head to Las Colinas. For the price of DART passes, you can explore the Mandalay Canals, inspired by the famous Italian city of Venice, but easier to reach. The canals wind through the Las Colinas Urban Center, and you might even catch sight of a gondola. Walk the trail around Lake Carolyn, or use the neighborhood as a base camp for a hike or bike on the Campion Trail.,

Express yourself. For a creative experience, head to Downtown Garland Station. Only two blocks away, you'll find Painting with a Twist, a kid-friendly paint-and-sip (juice, of course) studio. Get step-by-step instruction from talented local artists and leave with your own one-of-a-kind creation. Check the business' calendar for frequent "all ages" events.

Time travel. Kids love trains. But even many adults don't know that Texas was once linked by passenger rail. Find out about our railroad roots at the Interurban Railway Museum, located in Haggard Park adjacent to Downtown Plano Station. You'll also learn about electricity and science, and tour a historic rail car. Afterward, enjoy some outdoor time in the park, stroll the shops and restaurants around 15th Street, or check out the historic homes in the Haggard Park Heritage District.

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