Richardson

Richardson is located just 12 miles from downtown Dallas and boasts a population of over 100,000 residents. To discover some of the best activities and attractions which Richardson has to offer, simply continue reading.

A guide to visiting Richardson:

Shop at the Richardson Farmers Market:

The Richardson Farmers Market takes place from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday and is located in the Dal Rich Towne Square. Some of the items which you’ll be able to purchase include local wildflower honey, homemade pies, handmade lemonade, locally produced kettle corn, and freshly baked croissants. You can even purchase handicrafts from Richardson Farmers Market such as natural skincare products, handmade ceramics, and handcrafted wood items.

Race go-karts at K1 Speed:

If you’re interested in enjoying an afternoon of high-speed thrills, head to K1 Speed as you’ll be able to race electric karts around a challenging race track that is full of tight turns. If you have children, they’ll also be able to race as K1 Speed offers children’s karts as well as full-sized karts.

Spend a few hours at Free Play Arcade:

Free Play Arcade is a retro-inspired arcade that offers over 80 retro arcade games. Some examples of which include Mario Bros, Mortal Kombat, and Pac-Man. As a bonus, Free Play Arcade offers one of the longest beer lists in Richardson.

Visit DFW China Town:

If you enjoy Asian cuisine, it’s a great idea to visit DFW China Town as it features a wide variety of Chinese, Japanese and Korean restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. Some eateries which are worth visiting include Genroku Sushi and Grill, Maru Ramen, and Sichuan King. If you love boba, make sure to visit Java Land Coffee House which offers a boba float specialty drink that combines boba tea with ice cream.

The best time to visit is during Chinese New Year as DFW China Town offers an action-packed program of celebratory events. Examples of which include a lion dance performance, martial arts demonstrations, traditional Chinese dances, and a Qing Dynasty Costume Show. No matter what time of year you visit DFW China Town, make sure to wander outside where you’ll find a collection of impressive lifesize Chinese statues.

Spend an afternoon at Terrace Park:

If you visit Richardson during summer, you’ll be able to enjoy a dip in the park’s outdoor pool, which features a small child-friendly waterslide. Terrace Park also boasts tennis courts, a baseball field, a children’s playground, grills, and picnic tables which are located undercover.

Grab a bite to eat at the Richardson Food Truck Park:

The Richardson Food Truck Park features an ever-changing lineup of local food trucks and offers a courtyard with tables and chairs where you can enjoy your food. If you enjoy French cuisine you may want to order food from Chez Flo, while if you prefer fresh tacos you may want to order lunch from El Rudo.

So if you’re interested in racing go-karts, shopping at a food market, and exploring DFW China Town, it’s well worth planning an action-packed trip to Richardson, Texas.

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