Enjoy discounted spa treatments at V Spa at the Hilton Anatole during Spa Week, held annually in April.
Nominated as the "Best Day Spa in Dallas" by "Allure" Magazine, V Spa offers a wide variety of massages, facials, manicure and pedicure treatments as well as special treatments for men, such as a gentleman's facial, Swedish massage, the V Spa Back treatment and the Weary Feet treatment. In addition to the Spa Week promotion, the V Spa offers promotions and packages throughout the year. Enjoy a couples massage, a rejuvenating body-salt polish, body wraps, hand-renewal procedures and more, starting at $50.
The Reunion Tower is a great landmark from which to observe downtown Dallas.
The 50-story structure contains elevators that take visitors to three separate levels, which include indoor and outdoor observation decks and a five-star restaurant. Or fitness enthusiasts may choose to climb the 837 steps. At the top of the structure is a lighted dome filled with more than 200 lights. The dome can be programmed to put on light shows of patterns, including "Dallas Disco Fever" and "The Electric Moon. " Visiting the Reunion Tower and its observation decks is free.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Hold hands and take a stroll past beautiful trees, flowers, gardens and lakes.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden was ranked the third-best arboretum in the nation by "Southwest Spirit" magazine. Enjoy seasonal outdoor events such as festivals, concerts, art shows and more, or simply take a walk and spend quality time together while enjoying the scenery. Participate in an educational program and learn how to grow a garden at your home. General admission for adults is $12.
Dallas Art District
There are plenty of attractions for history, music and art lovers at the Dallas Art District.
Listen to the sounds of Tchaikovsky and romantic poetry, watch a play or observe modern art at the Dallas Museum of Art. The district includes plenty of museums, performance halls, restaurants and more. View post-war works of art at the Nasher Sculpture Center; catch a symphony at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center or an opera at the AT&T; Performing Arts Center Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House. In most cases, museums and art galleries in the district are free of cost. Prices vary for other venues.