10 indoor activities in D-FW to help you beat the summer heat

If you’re itching to find something out of the ordinary, check out our list of adventurous activities.

Patrons browse books before an event with authors Nick Scott and Noa Gavin for their novel “Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory” at The Wild Detectives on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, in Dallas.(Smiley N. Pool / Staff Photographer)

Updated on Aug. 12, 2019, because it’s very hot outside.

It’s official: we’re in the dead of summer. If you’re tired of laying by the pool or binge-watching your favorite show on Netflix, it’s time to find some new ways to beat the relentless Texas heat. Yes, you can always hit up your local bar or catch the newest movie, but if you’re itching to find something more out of the ordinary, check out our list of adventurous activities below.

From doughnut and beer pairings to trivia night, there’s something for everyone.

Free Play Arcade (Richardson, Arlington and Denton)

Offers over 80 of your favorite arcade games from your childhood, along with an impressive craft beer and food menu.

Barcadia (Dallas and Fort Worth)

Also has an impressive amount of arcade games plus a full menu (with delicious, made-from-scratch food) and 24 beers on tap.

Bowl & Barrel (Dallas)

How Uptown does bowling with stylish décor, a menu featuring everything from oysters to house-made pie and a full bar.

Wild Detectives (Oak Cliff)

Nestled in an old Oak Cliff house, this quaint book store/coffee shop hosts book signings, readings, wine tastings and live DJs.

Craft brewery tours

Take your pick from the variety of local craft breweries all over D-FW, including DentonGranbury and McKinney.

Aric Hulsey, on ladder, gives a tour of the brewery at the Community Beer Company Open House & Tour event Saturday September 13, 2014 in Dallas.(Ron Baselice / Staff Photographer)

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1:15 PM on Aug 12, 2019

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