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The total driving distance from Austin, TX to Dallas, TX is 197 miles or 317 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Austin, Texas. It ends in Dallas, Texas.
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If you plan to bring your dog to Dallas, VisitDallas.com recommends the following dog-friendly hotels and dog parks:
Dog-friendly hotels include Hyatt Regency Dallas, The Ritz-Carlton, The Joule, Hilton Anatole, Hotel Zaza, Rosewood Crescent and more. Dog-friendly parks include Bark Park Central, North Bark Park, Wagging Tail Dog Park, White Rock Lake Dog Park, Meadows Dog Park, Griggs Park and more.
For kid-friendly things to do visit the Dallas World Aquarium, Heard Natural Science Museum, Dallas Zoo, White Rock Lake, Fair Park, Perot Museum and Klyde Warren Park.
On the top of the list for kids to visit is the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Perot Museum is located in Victory Park, near Downtown Dallas. The museum has 5 floors and 11 permanent exhibit halls filled with hands-on activities, earthquake simulator, 3D computer animation, state-of-the-art videos, educational games and more. Explore and learn about the importance of mathematics equations from the modern Perot Museum building, the stairs and the outdoor spaces. For more info visit PerotMuseum.org.
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