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Sightseeing Tour of Dallas

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Dallas, US
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Dallas, US
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Embark on a thrilling 3-hour sightseeing tour of Dallas and immerse yourself in the rich history and iconic landmarks of this vibrant city. From the JFK Memorial to the Old Red Museum, your knowledgeable guide will take you on a journey through time, revealing fascinating stories and insider knowledge along the way. Marvel at the world's largest bronze monument at Pioneer Plaza, be awed by the stunning architecture of Dallas City Hall designed by I.M. Pei, and explore the cultural hub of the Dallas Arts District. Take in the picturesque Klyde Warren Park and the historic West End District, and end your tour at Dealey Plaza, the site of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. This small group tour is a must-do for any traveler seeking a comprehensive and unforgettable experience of Dallas. Book now and let the adventure begin!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-13 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Explore city landmarks and appreciate their beauty
  • Visit the historic Old Red Museum
  • See the world's largest display of bronze cattle at Pioneer Plaza
  • Pass by the Dallas Police Memorial and learn about the city's history
  • Experience the vibrant arts and culture scene in Dallas Arts District
  • Professional guide
  • Gratuities

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Introduction

Immerse yourself in the vibrant and diverse city of Dallas with our Sightseeing Tour of Dallas. This small group tour provides an exclusive opportunity to explore the city's iconic landmarks, gaining insider knowledge and appreciation for its rich history and culture. From the moment you begin your journey, our knowledgeable local guide will ensure you have an unforgettable experience as you discover the many hidden gems and fascinating stories behind each stop.

What to expect?

With a total duration of 180 minutes, this tour promises to showcase the best of Dallas. From Founder's Plaza Observation Area to the breathtaking Pioneer Plaza, you can anticipate a variety of extraordinary sights that will leave you in awe. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the city as you visit the John Neely Bryan Cabin and John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. Marvel at the impressive Victorian-style houses in the Wilson Block historic neighborhood and explore the Dallas Arts District, a cultural hub filled with art museums and a symphony theater. The tour also takes you through the picturesque Klyde Warren Park and the vibrant McKinney Avenue restaurant district in Uptown, where you can indulge in delicious cuisine.

Who is this for?

This tour is designed for all types of travelers who crave an authentic and immersive experience of Dallas. Whether you are a history enthusiast, an art lover, or simply someone who enjoys exploring iconic landmarks, this tour has something for everyone. Families, couples, and solo travelers will all find enjoyment in discovering the hidden gems of this captivating city.

Why book this?

The Sightseeing Tour of Dallas offers a unique opportunity to delve into the heart and soul of the city. Our experienced local guide will take you off the beaten path, ensuring you uncover the lesser-known aspects of Dallas. By immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, rich history, and diverse culture, you will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for this incredible city. This tour provides not only a comprehensive overview of Dallas' highlights but also a chance to create lasting memories and meet fellow travelers.

Good to know

During the tour, you will be accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide who will provide fascinating insights and anecdotes about each landmark. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes as there will be plenty of walking involved. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the stunning architecture and beautiful surroundings. The tour will start in front of the JFK Memorial, and if you prefer to use Uber or GPS, the address is 646 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202.

Reviews

Previous travelers have praised the Sightseeing Tour of Dallas for its exceptional guides who enhanced their experience through their extensive knowledge and passion for the city. Visitors have been captivated by the diverse range of landmarks and hidden gems included in the itinerary, making the tour feel comprehensive and well-rounded. Many have expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to learn about Dallas' vibrant history and culture in such an engaging and memorable way. Overall, the tour has received high praise for its professionalism, organization, and the unique perspectives it provides on the city.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Dallas

(Pass by)

Set off with your guide on your exploration of city landmarks that are more than worthy of the time and effort it takes to see and appreciate their beauty. Stops on the tour include Founder's Plaza Observation Area, Old Red Museum, John Neely Bryan Cabin, John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, Pioneer Plaza (home to one of the world's largest bronze monuments), Dallas City Hall (design by I.M. Pei), Thanks-Giving Square, First Baptist Dallas fountain plaza, the Deep Ellum area, the Wilson Block historic neighborhood (known for its Queen Anne- and Victorian-style houses), Dallas Arts District, Klyde Warren Park, the affluent town of Highland Park (home to celebrities and other prominent residents), the McKinney Avenue restaurant district in Uptown, West End, and Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District, where former President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. Your tour ends with return to your departure point.

John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza

Tour starting point. Also here is Founders Plaza.

Old Red Museum

(Pass by)

Original stone Court house. Built in 1892

Pioneer Plaza

Replica of Shawnee Cattle drive. World's largest display of bronze Cattle. Perfect for the great photo.

Dallas Police Memorial

(Pass by)

On a two-acre triangle of park land overlooking City Hall Plaza, a memorial has been built to recall the Dallas Police officers killed in the line of duty. A stainless steel construction emerges from the site like a figurative officer’s shield and carries the badge numbers and names of police killed in the line of duty.

Dallas City Hall

(Pass by)

Designed by I.M. Pei.

Thanks-Giving Square

(Pass by)

Thanks-Giving Square is a private park and public facility anchoring the Thanksgiving Commercial Center district of downtown Dallas.

First Baptist Dallas Historic Sanctuary

Originally built in 1890. Still in use today. Also here is a large musical water fountain. Perfect for photo or social media photos.

Dallas Farmers Market

(Pass by)

A great place to shop and dine.

Deep Ellum (Deep Elm)

(Pass by)

A Dallas neighborhood

AT&T Discovery District

(Pass by)

A new downtown destination where tech, culture and entertainment combine to create unique experiences.

Dallas Arts District

(Pass by)

The Dallas cultural hub. Art museums, sculpture museum, and even a symphony theater for performing arts. A great place photos.

Klyde Warren Park

(Pass by)

A beautiful multiuse deck park in the middle of downtown.

McKinney Avenue

(Pass by)

McKinney Avenue is a restaurant district in Uptown.

West End Historic District

(Pass by)

Home of the former railroad warehouses. Now home to shops and restaurants.

American Airlines Center

(Pass by)

Home of the Dallas Mavericks.

Highland Park Village

(Pass by)

Is Highland Park Dallas wealthy? Image result for highland park dallas Cost of Living in Highland Park, TX Highland Park is an incredibly affluent place, and nothing makes that more clear than the cost of living here being 177% higher than most places in the United States, according to Best places. Home of many celebrities !!!

Reviews

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4.8 (45)

613maijul

My tour guide was Dan. He was awesome! He had lots of knowledge and knew all the little details. I felt like he was as excited about the tour as we were. I’m not a native English speaker, but the tour was really easy to follow. I learned a lot. Thank you :)

johnnyj812

Preston was an exceptional tour guide and very knowledgeable of the history of his native town Dallas. I really enjoyed the sight seeing experience and would recommend any visitors to check out this tour before leaving town.

D9036REchristineh

Loved Billion dollar row homes, Turtle Creek area, the Farmers Market for a restroom break, Highland Park, American Airlines Stadium, JFK, explanation of how JFK was killed. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour, just enough time too, comfortable, clean and cold air in the van.

janawF9319WN

Perfect mix of history, local lore, stops for photo ops! We only had one day in downtown Dallas and this was a great experience. Our guide, William, had a great storyteller style and sense of humor.

Rajiv_A

Guide made it easy and very comical. Drove safely and gave us enough break time. Good combination of drive and walking.

Elizabeth_S

Highly recommend! Ivan our tour guide made the experience fabulous. He was so knowledgeable and answered every question our group had.

P2383PAbarbarac

Tim, our tour guide was knowledgeable about the city of Dallas, communicative, offered to take pictures so customers could be in pictures together.

SusanGraupmann27

Orlando was excellent!!!! 100% recommend for a 1st time trip to Dallas. So many facts we didn’t know about Dallas and a fun and enjoyable ride!

GandCCraft

We live in Fort Worth but have always wanted to learn more about Dallas so we took this tour. It was awesome! Preston was our driver/ tour guide and wow, this man knows his stuff! He was full of interesting facts and fun to listen to. Don’t hesitate to take this tour! Ask for Preston!

Trip16589825364

Our guide Matt was very informative and fun. We saw and heard a lot about the city and its history. There was time to get out and look around if we wanted.
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