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Family-friendly Facilities

Family-friendly Facilities

Be sure to allow yourself extra time when traveling with a family and plan ahead by reviewing the Airport's Security Tips Section on the website prior to your trip. 

***COVID-19 Impacts***

NOTICE: Due to the current impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) at DFW, many amenities and services will have limited hours or be temporarily closed. Please plan accordingly when making your travel plans. Thank you for your patience.


McDonald's Play Area at Terminal D - D8
A play area for our littlest passengers - allow your child to work off a little energy in this kid-friendly play area, featuring a foam-soft playscape plus a seating area and charging outlets for you. 

DFW Airport's Walking Path

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.

DFW Airport Art Program
Check into DFW's Art Program and 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 in Terminals A, B and E. DFW has three nursing rooms conveniently located at A18, B40, E14 and E26. 

Yoga Center & Interfaith Chapels
The DFW Airport Yoga studios (D40, E31) and the Interfaith Chapels (Before Security: A23, C15; After Security: B28, C4 and D24) all serve as a great place to refresh and regain some peace.

Free WiFi brought to you by AT&T
Did you know DFW Airport has free Wi-Fi available to all customers? Be sure to connect and surf the web, check emails and connect with your loved ones.

Lost & Found at DFW Airport
DFW has two lost and found areas (Terminal C and Terminal E) for travelers. DFW’s Lost and Found does not charge to file a lot property report. Please be aware that there has been an increase in unverified third-party websites charging travelers a fee to retrieve a lost item(s). When filing a report, please only call the number provided on this site or file the report in person at one of the two locations.
  • Lost and Found (Items Not on Plane): This lost and found location is located before security across the baggage claim in Terminal E at E4. Please note that this lost and found location does not retrieve lost items on the plane. Please call 972 973 4420 for more information. 
  • Lost and Found (American Airlines): This lost and found area is located in front of the American Airlines' Customer Service area inside security at C2. Items that are retrieved on planes may be claimed here. 

Healthy Options

Have some time before your flight and looking for a sensible dining option at DFW Airport? Look for healthy options available at concessionaires across the airport.

You can now pre-order food at DFW Airport. Browse from over 50+ participating dining options, order, checkout and pickup! Once an order is submitted, meals are ready for pickup in usually 20 minutes so customers are encouraged to place an order when inside the terminals. After placing your food order, you will be notified via text and email on the status and when your meal is ready for pickup. Order your meal now
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Travel Tips

If you’re visiting the Dallas Fort Worth area, be sure to check out the Visitor’s Guide for information on the two cities and surrounding areas. You’ll also want to take a look at the three on-Airport hotels, the Grand Hyatt DFW, Hyatt Regency DFW, and the Hyatt Place DFW.
Thank you for visiting DFW Airport. We hope you have an enjoyable experience while here with us. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. If you’re inside the terminals, just look for one of our friendly DFW Airport Ambassadors.

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