America's Most Family-Friendly Airports

The country’s top terminals for keeping kids occupied.

No. 9 Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

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The Skylink high-speed train system may enthrall younger kids, and the Public Art Program—featuring futuristic sculptures in Terminal D—might have older kids snapping pix (alas, there’s no free Wi-Fi), but Dallas/Fort Worth International’s main family-friendly features are its shops (more than 100, including Natalie’s Candy Jar, Lone Star Kids, and an Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop KIDS), restaurants (more than 120, including Cereality), and multiple play areas (in Terminals B, C, D, and E).

America's Most Family-Friendly Airports

No. 9 Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

The Skylink high-speed train system may enthrall younger kids, and the Public Art Program—featuring futuristic sculptures in Terminal D—might have older kids snapping pix (alas, there’s no free Wi-Fi), but Dallas/Fort Worth International’s main family-friendly features are its shops (more than 100, including Natalie’s Candy Jar, Lone Star Kids, and an Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop KIDS), restaurants (more than 120, including Cereality), and multiple play areas (in Terminals B, C, D, and E).

Courtesy of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
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