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During our journey, your tour guide will revisit the events leading up to November 22nd, 1963 and beyond to provide perspective and new insight into this tragic, very human drama. Most people are familiar with the Sixth Floor Museum (the site from which Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly fired the deadly shots), but we will also show you the many other places around Dallas associated with the assassination that are just as important. This walking tour includes exclusive access to Oswald's Rooming House (we will arrive to the house using the Dallas city streetcar or a private vehicle). We will also visit the location where Oswald’s infamous rifle picture was taken from (Neely House). We will stop at the Texas Theater where the “alleged murderer” was captured after the assassination of officer Tippit. We will end up our excursion at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, we will provide you with a voucher to gain access to the museum for self-guided tour equipped with headsets.
Hop aboard the Party Bike for a pub crawl with a difference in Dallas. Pedal your way around Deep Ellum, stopping at three bars or pubs, where you can make the most of VIP drinks specials. BYO drinks are also welcome and the on-board sound system will keep you in the party mood as you cruise around town.
Eat your way through the West Village and nearby spots in Dallas’ vibrant Uptown during a food and walking tour with an expert guide. Located just one mile north of downtown Dallas near the convention center, Uptown is a pedestrian-friendly area with great food options. Visit several casual eateries for tastings and a dessert, with enough food to make up a full meal. Your guide also shows you local landmarks and shares the history of this famous Texas city throughout your tour.
A good choice for first-time visitors to Houston, this tour offers a comprehensive overview of the city. Visit several well-known landmarks, parks, and stadiums including historic Market Square, Discovery Green, Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, Buffalo Bayou, and more. You’ll also have an opportunity to admire the lavish homes and boutiques in River Oaks. A local guide shares insider information about what to see, where to eat, and what to do while you’re in town.
We take you through the events of the day from a perspective not found on other tours. Why was JFK even in Dallas that day and why was that route for the motorcade chosen? We lay out the incredible coincidences and timing that culminated in a national tragedy that is as poignant today as it was in 1963.We also tell the story of Jackie Kennedy's tremendous loss and her overwhelming grief. A story often overlooked. You've heard how she was stoic and poised in public, which she was, but we take you deeper into the private, human side of the story. You'll stand in disbelief as you hear these untold stories and wonder if you could have withstood the same public pressure if you were in her shoes. Not just the Assassination, but other, equally devastating life experiences.We end the tour at the Sixth Floor Museum. There you can continue with a self guided tour equipped with headsets. We will help you buy tickets, give an overview of the Museum and help you with a speedy entrance.
Experience a different side of Dallas on an evening walking tour that embraces the city’s eeriest attractions. While many of the sites you visit would appear normal in the daylight, with a guide to share the haunted legends, a different angle is revealed. So, whether you are intrigued by paranormal activity or want to see the site of former president John F. Kennedy’s assassination, this tour fits it all in.
This tour follows the events of the day on November 22, 1963 and provides a timeline for the assassination of President John F Kennedy, as well as, provides the line of travel for Lee Harvey Oswald in his efforts to flee the scene at Dealey Plaza before encountering and murdering Dallas Police Officer JD Tippit. Ride with us as we take you on a trip back in time to visit all of the significant architecture that still remains, and listen as our guide describes for you, in detail, the events which occurred leading up to and immediately following the assassination of the 35th President of the United States. An event considered by so many to be the greatest crime of the 20th century
While each personalized private tour reflects a client’s major interests, every itinerary is full of historical details and contemporary observations of landmarks and attractions. The duration of the tour will depend on the participant’s desire to stay and enjoy the uniqueness of each attraction. Each Explore Dallas Tour is accompanied by an experienced tour guide who has conducted more than 700 tours since 2010. As a sixth-generation Texan and a resident of the area for 34 years, each tour is conducted with personal awareness and familiarity.
A tour delves into one of the most intriguing mysteries of our time: the history-changing assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Of course your tour will visit the Sixth Floor Museum and the grounds of Dealey Plaza, but your group will follow the “trail” of the assassination events which will take us to many other places around Dallas that are just as important. Most of these are completely unknown to the casual observer and are unmarked as to their role in the event, but they are vitally important to understanding what happened that day. This excursion appeals to anyone who has even a passing interest in one of the Twentieth Century’s most noteworthy tragedies.We end our bus tour at the 6th Floor Museum entrance. With the voucher (we will provide the voucher), please visit the museum's Visitors Center to gain access to the facility and continue with a self-guided tour, equipped with headsets.
Your visit includes a private Tour Guide to enhance your experience when exploring the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. "With its state-of-the-art interactive exhibits, the Museum gives visitors an in-depth look at 8 years of American history, the American Presidency, and important issues of public policy."* Private Tour Guide* Freedom Hall* Nations Under Attack/World Trade Center Exhibit* Life in the White House* Full-size replica of the White House Oval Office* The Rose Garden* Decision Points Theater* Gifts given to the President and First Lady* Museum Store* Native Texas Park
Chocolate lovers can find the best chocolate makers in Dallas on this half-day tasting tour that visits five top locations for tastings. Travel in comfort on an air-conditioned bus where you can play trivia games and win chocolate-themed prizes between stops. Learn from your guide about historical landmarks that you pass along the way, and indulge your tastebuds with top quality chocolate treats at each shop.
Today you will visit Top 2 Highlights of Beijing. Enjoy Mutianyu Great Wall and the Forbidden City-The Palace Museum with your private guide and driver. Skip the line and save time on a guided tour of the Forbidden City, a UNESCO-listed site, then head to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall. This tour offers guide and transfer service package and all inclusive one based on your needs.
This tour brings the news stories of John F. Kennedy’s tragic assassination to life. With a local guide, take a walking tour to several locations associated with that fateful day: John F. Kennedy Memorial, Dealey Plaza, the grassy knoll, the Oswald Rooming House Museums (where Lee Harvey Oswald lived at the time of the murder), and the Texas Theatre, where Oswald was apprehended.
Deep Ellum is one of Dallas' oldest and most vibrant neighborhoods. We have partnered with Deep Ellum Brewing Company and Trinity Cider, as well as, featuring Four Corners Brewery of The Cedars district. This tour will showcase the best craft brew offerings that this side of Dallas has to offer. Each patron will receive a commemorative placard and an Efrogs branded 5oz taster at the beginning of the tour. Each brewery we visit will provide 3 tastings of their product. The tour will spend approximately 1 hour at each of the breweries sampling their products and explaining the history of how it all got started. We know you're going to get hungry, so we have teamed up with Easy Slider to provide super tasty, bite size burgers to compliment the experience. Get ready. Your taste buds will not be disappointed!
Join us in Dallas for a private day tour as we travel to Waco, Texas for a little Magnolia Market magnificence and some HGTV Fixer Upper fun! There is something for everyone on this tour. Start your day heading south on I-35 towards the famous Magnolia Market at the Silos. During the 90 minute drive, your guide will entertain you with interesting stories of the history of Texas. We will arrive in Waco, Texas before you know it!* Private Tour & Tour Guide* Magnolia Market at the Silos* Magnolia Seed & Supply* Silos Bakery* Harp Design Co.* JRD Iron Designs* Magnolia Table (based upon availability, lunch not included)* Waco Suspension Bridge at the Brazos River
A great option for first-time visitors or those who are short on time, this tour hits the highlights of Fort Worth on a day trip from Dallas. First stop: the iconic Stockyards to learn about the town’s rich rodeo and cattle driving history. Then it’s on to Sundance Square, Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Water Gardens, and finally, the bustling Cultural District.
We love Dallas and you will find out why on this exciting city tour! Join your private Tour Guide and you’re off to enjoy the Highlights of Dallas. You will learn about Dallas' history, art, architecture, JFK, professional sports, parks and more. We make tour stops along the way for photos, more in-depth information and to visit specific attractions. An informative and fun way to see and learn about Dallas!*West End Historic District*Dealey Plaza & JFK*Pioneer Plaza*Dallas Arts District*Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge*Klyde Warren Park* Uptown Neighborhood*Highland Park & Turtle Creek*Bush Presidential Library & Museum
On this 2 hour food tour you will visit some of the best Tex-Mex food stops that the Historic West End of Downtown Dallas has to offer! With our unique "Pay as you Go" model, simply hand the guide $25 cash on your arrival and the guide will take care of the rest! They will pay for the entire group at each of our 4 stops! Minimizing wait time. Paying cash makes it easy for each restaurant to offer more food for much less that you would pay on a comparable food tour! Saving you money!!At each stop you will be able to sample some of the best Tex-Mex that Dallas has to offer! Not only will you learn the back story on the unique Texas food culture, but you will hear the amazing history that brought Dallas to life!
A Party Bike is the ideal choice for a family celebration or a fun night out with friends, with space for up to 15 people. On this private tour, pedal around Deep Ellum and Downtown at your own pace, stopping at bars or pubs, where you can make the most of VIP drinks specials. BYO drinks are also welcome and the on-board sound system will keep you in the party mood as you cruise around town.
The Dallas Arts District is a rare jewel that serves the centerpiece of Dallas cultural life. Come with us in this incredible experience through the largest urban Arts District in the United States. The excursion starts with an hour walk around the Art District, where we will visit some of the finest Pritzker award-winning architecture in the world. The second hour of the excursion is comprised of a highlight tour of the Dallas Museum of Art's collection. (We will walk lees than a mile during this experience.)Highlights: - AT&T Performing Arts Center Margot and - Bill Winspear Opera House- Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts- Wyly Theatre- Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center- Belo Mansion Pioneer Plaza- Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe - Klyde Warren Park- Crow Museum of Asian Art - Dallas Museum of Art (Collection’s Highlights Tour Included)- Nasher Sculpture Center
John, your tour guide, has become immersed in the events of November 22, 1963. Beyond the usual review of the Warren Commission's conclusions, he challenges these findings based on recent National Geographic documentaries. A private one-on-one conversation with Jim LaVelle, the police detective to the left of Oswald when Ruby fired his pistol that killed Oswald, highlights his study of this fateful day. John frequently attends seminars and special events sponsored by the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. Every person who books with Explore Dallas for the JFK tour will be accompanied by an experienced tour guide who has conducted more than 700 tours since 2010. As a sixth-generation Texan and a resident of Dallas since 1985, John conducts each tour with personal awareness and familiarity. He believes in sharing the exciting lifestyle associated with Dallas' city museums, performance halls, academic institutions, and restaurants.
Every person who books with Explore Dallas Tours will be accompanied by an experienced tour guide who has conducted more than 700 tours since 2009, a sixth-generation Texan, a resident of Dallas since 1985 and a graduate of Southern Methodist University. Every tour is conducted with personal awareness and familiarity. John believes in sharing the exciting lifestyle associated with Dallas' city museums, performance halls, academic institutions, and restaurants.
Experience the JFK tragedy firsthand...your private Tour Guide will lead you through the historic day of Friday, November 22, 1963 as you follow the timeline of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. Your Tour Guide will show you old photographs, maps and diagrams to help you better understand the story. Some of our Tour Guides have previously met and interviewed Dallas Homicide Officer Jim Leavelle (handcuffed to Lee Harvey Oswald when Oswald was shot) and we share those stories with you. We recommend small groups of 1 - 4 guests visit the Sixth Floor Museum "on their own" after their JFK Historical Tour concludes.* Dealey Plaza (National Register of Historic Places)* Kennedy Memorial Plaza* Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza (view from outside)* Police Headquarters, City Jail* Trace Motorcade Route through Dallas* Old Parkland Hospital* Site of Officer J. D. Tippit's assassination* Oswald's Boarding House* The Texas Theatre* Dallas Police Memorial