Travel with FedEx: Dallas, TX

We’ve asked members of the FedEx family to help guide you on your travel adventures this year. Here you will find insider advice from our team members on the places they frequent and why they think these locations are hot spots you should add to your road trip checklist. Check out this section, which highlights Dallas and all of the great things the city has to offer. Stay tuned for more cities!

James Wood

James Wood is a FedEx Same Day City Quality Specialist for FedEx Office. He’s worked for FedEx for four years and lives in Dallas.

Favorite part of working at FedEx:

“Being able to interact with a variety of customers and the ability to make decisions to better serve them with excellent customer service.”

#1 Travel Tip

“Give yourself extra time when traveling to adjust to the unexpected. Dallas traffic can surprise you!”

Top 5 things to do in Dallas

1. AT&T Stadium

2. Perot Museum

3. State Fair of Texas

4. Dallas World Aquarium

5. Air Hogs Baseball

  • AT&T Stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys and hosts several major entertainment events throughout the year. The stadium has a retractable roof and one of the largest video screens in the world!

  • The Perot Museum of Nature and Science can be found in downtown Dallas. It’s a popular field trip for the kids, and even a date stop, as it hosts Social Science events once a month for adults. With many high-tech features, visitors can race professional athletes or experience firsthand the shake of an earthquake.

  • The State Fair of Texas typically opens the last week of September every year. The popular southern draw hosts an auto show, a BMX bike show, and deep-fried everything served #DallasBIG.

  • The Dallas World Aquarium is both an aquarium and a zoo that houses many endangered species in order to assist in their conservation. The upper level of the Aquarium is a replica of the Orinoco Rainforest where visitors can see the only display of three-toed sloths in the United States.

  • The Grand Prairie Air Hogs are a professional baseball team in the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. The team name “Air Hogs” refers to the robust aviation community in Grand Prairie.