If your father is new to DFW area or just hasn’t been yet, take him out to the Fort Worth Museum. I went with my Dad to the Indiana Jones Exhibit and it was worth every cent.  The exhibit has clips of the movie and clues to discover along the way. If your Dad is a fan of this movie, this is the place to go. (http://fortworthmuseum.org/indiana-jones%E2%84%A2-and-adventure-archaeology-exhibition). If archeology is not your Dad’s cup of tea and he is more of a sport fanatic, this time of year there are Rangers games that are reasonably priced and tours at the Dallas Cowboy’s stadium. The tour costs about $50 to see everything in the stadium from walking around on the field to taking pictures in the Cowboys locker room.

For the car enthusiast, Texas Motor Speedway is a great way to let Dad drive as fast as he can and have lots of fun while speeding on the race track. (www.texasmotorspeedway.com). For a slower pace this Father’s Day, going out to the shooting range with Dad can be real relaxing. I never thought so until I went with my Dad and discovered how focused you have to be to make a great shot. Once you have the rhythm down you can really hit the target more accurately. It is an activity that cannot be taken lightly and really takes your attention away from any other thoughts in your life. (http://www.alpinerange.com) No matter how you decide to spend Father’s Day this year, be sure to remember how special your Dad is to you and create an unforgettable memory!

Shown above: Robert Aguilar Co-Owner of Coleman Bright Ideas for Your Home, a proud father of 2 daughters, 28 and 38-years-old.