As you gear up for your seven-week Dallas stay, here’s a list of 5 cool things to do besides study for the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE®).
Check out the beautiful Texan view at Reunion Tower
One of the best views in town! The Reunion Tower Observation Deck features a 360-degree view of Dallas from 470 feet up!
Eat like the locals at Whataburger
What’s a trip to Texas without Whataburger? Grab a Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit or, if classic is more your style, an original Whataburger.
Learn some US history from the exhibits at the JFK assassination site.
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza features a series of exhibits highlighting the life, assassination, and legacy of John F. Kennedy. This experience is a great way to explore American history through the lens of the city of Dallas.
Take a walk in Klyde Warren Park
Klyde Warren Park is redefining the meaning of “urban green space” as a 5.2-acre park built over a freeway! Bring a friend for a nice walk and enjoy one of the many free, public events that the park has to offer.
Tour one of North America’s most visited stadiums – the home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Visit the home of the Dallas Cowboys! You don’t have to be an NFL fan to enjoy AT&T Stadium’s guided tours – the experience appeals to art and sports junkies alike.
Bonus: Prepare for the USMLE with guidance from Becker’s expert instructors at our USMLE Step 1 Live Course!
The Becker Live review course includes 300 hours of live lectures covering all the core basic sciences covered in the USMLE Step 1 exam. Even more, you get feedback from Becker’s knowledgeable medical faculty and an opportunity to interact with and learn from like-minded medical students.
Sounds fun, right? Check out all that Dallas has to offer by enrolling in Becker’s USMLE Live course this August: https://www.becker.com/usmle.html#step1