Dallas Teens Can Explore City’s Iconic Cultural, Recreational Attractions – At No Cost – During Park and Recreation Month

Dallas Teens Can Explore City’s Iconic Cultural, Recreational Attractions – At No Cost – During Park and Recreation Month

For the fourth year, Dallas teens can spend July exploring popular city attractions – all at no cost – as part of the city’s Teen All Access Pass program. Dallas Park and Recreation is distributing 10,000 Teen All Access Passes with support from popular Dallas venues. The pass gives one teen and three companions free entry to select Dallas museums, nature and botanical gardens, outdoor entertainment venues, and leisure facilities.  

“I’m thrilled that our Park and Recreation Department is once again offering the Teen All Access Pass, which has proven year after year to be one of Dallas’ most popular summer initiatives,” said Mayor Eric L. Johnson. “As part of the third annual Summer of Safety, Dallas teens can enjoy free access to premier Dallas venues all summer with the Teen All Access Pass.” 

Dallas Park and Recreation Department is making 10,000 passes available on a first-come, first-served basis only to Dallas residents 13-17. To get the passes, teens must register in person at a Dallas recreation center during the regular business hours and show proof of Dallas residency. Pass details, center locations and a list of venues can be found at DallasParks.org

“It is important that families have access to quality leisure recreation programs, facilities, parks and other spaces that add meaning and value to their lives. With help from many of our generous partner organizations, Dallas is giving young people a one-of-a-kind opportunity to enjoy unforgettable experiences and spend time this summer discovering new things to learn and do in the city,” said Arun Agarwal, president, Dallas Park and Recreation Board. “This opportunity comes with support from our mayor, city council, Park Board, and generous and caring pass partners.”  

Park Department launched Teen All Access Pass in 2021. That year, the department issued 7,066 passes that resulted in 14,279 free admissions. 

This year’s partnering organizations are:  

  • African American Museum at Fair Park 
  • Bahama Beach Waterpark 
  • City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture
  • Bath House Cultural Center 
  • Latino Cultural Center 
  • South Dallas Cultural Center  
  • Oak Cliff Cultural Center  
  • Dallas Museum of Arts 
  • Community Art Pop Ups
  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum 
  • Dallas Park and Recreation Summer Fitness 
  • Dallas Public Library 
  • Dallas Zoo 
  • Golf Dallas 
  • Perot Museum 
  • Shakespeare Dallas 
  • Southern Skates Roller Rink 
  • The Sixth Floor Museum 
  • Trinity River Audubon Center  

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