Have a longer block of time between flights? Check out the DFW Airport walking path. The path, which has been endorsed by the American Heart Association, provides you with the option to remain active while on the go. The path measures seven-tenths of a mile and is aligned with DFW Airport’s Art Program floor medallions. The course includes informational signage between each of the twelve medallions and stretches between gates D6 and D40. Want to up the ante? Add in the two additional 55-foot high staircases that lead up to the Skylink stations.
For additional information on the DFW Airport Art Program
, or to schedule a tour, click here
. Tours are free of charge and last between 60-90 minutes and cover a collection of over 30 pieces created by local, national, and international artists.Nursing Rooms
: DFW has multiple nursing rooms to accommodate the traveling parents journey. DFW has three nursing rooms located at A18, B40, E14.
The DFW Airport Yoga studios (B1, E31) and the Interfaith Chapels (B28, D21 and C4) all serve as a great place to regain some peace.