HomeDallasThings to do in Dallas in February

According to the angry ground hog there are six more weeks of winter. Which means temperatures will be climbing up into more uncomfortable areas in the next few months. Enjoy the weather while you can. This February get outside for some fun and interesting ways to see and experience Dallas, TX. Then head on inside for a couple home and garden show that are sure to inspire. Start planning your home building, home improvement or even just a couple of DIY projects for this spring at the Collin County Home and Garden Show and the Texas Home and Garden Show in Fort Worth.

Colin County Home and Garden Show
When: February 6th – 8th (this weekend)
Where: Allen Event Center
200 East Stacy Road, Allen, TX 75002

Visit the 6th annual Collin County Home and Garden Show and see thousands of square ft of beautiful landscaped exhibits. See stunning garden displays and beautiful uses of water. While there be sure to attend the helpful seminars that are available. Meet local landscaping and building professionals. Tickets are $8.50 for adults, $6.50 for seniors and 16 and under and active military get in free. Click here to learn more and to purchase tickets.

Dallas by Chocolate
When: Various tour dates – see site for details and to reserve your seat

You haven’t seen Dallas until you’ve done it by way of chocolate tasting. Grab your sweetheart and go Uptown, Downtown, Oak Cliff, Park Cities, and beyond while tasting some of the finest chocolates from local businesses and shops. While on your journey learn about the DFW history. This is a tour you must try at least once. Great for those new to the Dallas/Fort Worth area but also a great way for those life long residents to learn more about their beloved city, Dallas.

35th Annual Spring Texas Home and Garden Show in Fort Worth
When: February 13th, 14th and 15th
Where: Fort Worth Convention Center

Presented by the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association this is the ultimate front and back yard experience. Get ideas for you yard as you stroll through the convention center while visiting with professional landscapers and designers. See new and innovative products and services provided by local home building professionals. This a family friendly event so be sure to bring the kids. There’s a free KidsZone available. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for military, $8 for seniors and kids 14 and under are free. Click here for more information.

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