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<p>'Walking into Geppetto's is like stepping into the past.' The lobby is beautifully adorned with handcrafted wooden marionettes and the walls display the primitive woodworking tools from a 16-century toy makers shop. Geppetto's has a puppetry store where children are encouraged to try their hand at developing their puppetry skills. There is a large concession stand with cold drinks, ice cream, confection bar and fresh popped corn. The theater itself is gorgeous and looks like something you would find in Europe, or at Disney. Classic children's stories such as The Wizard of Oz or Cinderella are presented weekends throughout the year. Tip: Arrive early to see how the marionettes are made and operated by the professional puppeteers and stay after the show for a behind-the-scenes backstage tour with photo session with the puppets. </p>
This Dallas Food and JFK History tour, narrated by a true Dallas historian, is for hungry history and architecture lovers! This tour begins in the Historic West End where your expert guide will escort you on Dallas' only walking tour of the JFK experience. The year 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination and we've found these historic sites best explored by foot. Take a moment to reflect in the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. Stand at the grassy knoll assassination site where you will see the X's on Elm Street that mark where the two shots were fired. Look up at the infamous sniper's perch window.
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