Somewhere at the intersection of presidential history and American mythology, the JFK assassination continues to fascinate Dallas visitors. See the site where the infamous shooting occurred on this special historical tour to Grassy Knoll and the Kennedy Memorial; separate the facts from the theories with the help of your guide, who will walk you through that day and its aftermath. This tour includes a guide, entrance fees, and round trip transportation.
See the sights of Dallas on this small-group tour. Traveling with a guide who provides insider knowledge as you go, you'll check out attractions such as Pioneer Plaza, Dallas City Hall (designed by I.M. Pei), the Dallas Arts District, and Dealey Plaza, where JKF was shot. Plus, choose a morning or afternoon departure time to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
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.
Walk in the footsteps of the actors from the hit television series 'Dallas' on this tour of Southfork Ranch, where the show party takes place. Join a guide and a small group of 11 people or fewer to explore the grounds of the historic home, including a guided train ride through the property and a chance to see real Texas Longhorns.
Your experience might feel more like a day out with friends, than a formal guided tour. Our customers consistently tell us that our small groups are one of their favorite parts of the experience. You'll have the opportunity to get to know your fellow beer drinkers and your guide. Don't be surprised when you have a new group of beer loving friends at the end of the day.Our guides are experienced professionals that know how to have a good time. They'll have local knowledge of the neighborhood, insider information about the breweries, and give great recommendations and tips so that you get the most out of your experience.Unlike many beer tours, we offer our customers the flexibility to drink what they like and how much they like. Know exactly what you want? Order a full pour. Want to try as much as possible? Substitute two full beers for a flight of four. Also, our generous breweries will allow you to sample anything you'd like before purchasing.
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 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.
This tour is a unique look into the events that took place on 11//22/63. This is an in-depth tour and your experienced guide will take you through on the assassination and the events that took place after.
Explore the eateries and culture of McKinney’s historical downtown on a half-day food tour. Sample more than a dozen dishes including wood-fired pizza, gourmet sandwiches and chocolate, locally brewed beer, and wine. Soak in the sights between stops on a walking tour that proceeds at a leisurely pace with all food and drink tastings included.
Explore the Dallas Cowboys’ state-of-the-art football stadium. One of the most expensive sports venues ever built, the stadium boasts enormous video screens and deluxe amenities. Follow your guide through locales including the press box, private suites, locker rooms, post-game interview room, and even onto the field.
Spend the afternoon sampling an array of Dallas’s best local beers on a tour that stops at six different breweries and includes a full beer at each establishment. Designed to feel more like an outing with friends than a tour, beer lovers delight in the chance to experience the city’s craft beer culture and make new friends.
If you’re short on time but want to discover the best bites in Dallas’ West Village area, join this food tour for a great introduction to the area’s food scene. Located in the Uptown district near the convention center, the West Village features plenty of restaurants within steps of one another. Your guide takes you to casual eateries for generous tastings of a variety of dishes, with enough samples to make up a meal. Get an insider’s perspective on Dallas while enjoying this delectable food tour.
This tour is designed with the history fan in mind. Your experienced and licensed guide is your driver on the 2 hour group tour. You will see historical Dealey Plaza, The Sixth Floor, and Lee Harvey Oswald's travels on the fateful day in 1963. You will also experience his residence, just as it was in 1963. You will also get to experience a tour of Dallas downtown area with stops for great photos along the way. Your tour ends with your admission to the Sixth Floor Museum admission which is included.
Immerse yourself in the history of Fort Worth on this half-day historical tour from Dallas. Listen to your guide detail the history of the city's birth in the 1840s to current day while traveling with a small group of just 15 people or fewer. Round-trip transportation from centrally located meeting point.
Discover Dallas with your own private guide on a 3-hour tour that focuses on the city's history and top sights. Customize the itinerary to your interests to take in the landmarks and sites that you would most like to visit, at the departure time of your choice. Among the possibilities, you can learn about the bronze statue collection in Pioneer Plaza, admire the architecture of I.M. Pei at Dallas City Hall, and visit key sites related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Discover the great food and fascinating history of Dallas on a 4-hour tour led by a knowledgeable guide. Start in the historic West End of Dallas where your guide takes you on a walking tour of the events surrounding President John F Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Visit the John F Kennedy Memorial Plaza and other key locations such as Dealey Plaza and the former Texas School Book Depository Building. Then head to the West Village to sample a range of dishes with enough food to make a full meal.
Fort Worth is Where the West begins - Crossroads of Cowboys & Culture. Experience American western history and culture. You will see a live Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive, feel the atmosphere of a cowboy trading post and giant skyscrapers all in the same tour.
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!
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
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
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
Every person who books with Explore Dallas Tours 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.