Walking through the streets of Houston is pretty special but did you know that there is a whole underground system of tunnels below the city? This Houston tour will take you through the city, over and underground, until you get to know the city from every angle.
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.
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.
Foodies wanted! Come enjoy diverse plates in the heart of Downtown Houston at some of Houston's most famous restaurants. This tour will begin at the Historic Market Square Park (outside Niko Niko's) where you will learn about Houston's rich history, beautiful architecture & growing diversity. Our guests will also enjoy viewing the tallest building in Texas & largest underground tunnel system in the U.S. The tour generally consists of 3-4 (dependent on group size) restaurants where you will try flavorful food from around the world including samplings of tapas-style Latin American dishes, Mexican, Italian-American, and Japanese cuisine. These meals are pre-planned and will be waiting for you and your group once we arrive to the restaurants. We hope to be eating with you soon!**If you have any food allergies or any concerns please contact us before scheduling the tour. Beverages and any additional food besides the samplings are optional and not included as part of the tour.**
Just Named One of the top 25 Coolest Neighborhoods in the World! We will show you why this district earned such a prestigious award. If you enjoy street art and graffiti or know nothing about it, you will LOVE this highly rated tour. Discover parts of East Austin that never made it into a guidebook on the ever-changing street art scene. Whether you're looking for great photo ops, art history, or the inside scoop on local living in Austin, this street art tour will touch on all of these subjects. Together, we'll explore one of Austin's largest concentrations of public art. Reviews of this well curated tour focus on the tour guide's knowledge and passion of the artists and their artwork. By the end of the walk, we guarantee you'll know more about Austin's public art than most local residents, and you'll never look at murals, street art, or graffiti the same way again
Eat your way around downtown San Antonio on this small group food and walking tour—a great choice for first-time visitors and foodies. With this tour, skip the wait list and enjoy immediate seating at some of the Alamo City's best restaurants. Taste classic Tex-Mex, authentic Creole, and more. In between tastings, get the inside scoop on San Antonio’s food scene and learn about the city's rich cultural heritage.
Experience the diverse bites of Downtown Houston on this 3-hour foodie adventure and leave with secrets that even locals don't know about!- Taste iconic diverse bites of Houston like elevated soul-food to a 36-year old Shawarma recipe in 3 hours.- Savor carefully crafted alcoholic beverage pairings that are sure to give you some liquid courage- Take advantage of our exclusive restaurant partners as we go behind the scenes and offer an insiders glimpse into local artisan chefs- Your local food expert will provide an insiders look into the incredible history, culture, and architecture of Downtown Houston- Enjoy Houston as you eat, learn, and explore in this unique, one-of-a-kind foodie experience
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.
On Austin: Secret Food Tour, you'll try wonderful foods created for our city. We'll navigate you past the tourist traps and into the best restaurants to make your city visit truly memorable.We have a great history and are known for our weird sense of the world, as well as our amazing thriving music scene, cultural landmarks, and incredible food. With dishes dating back to our Aztec days, we're steeped in history. As you taste, you'll learn how the Aztecs, as well as our immigrants, have shaped the flavors of this modern metropolis.
Make your own way to the bike shop at Zilker Park to meet your guide arriving 15 minutes before tour time. Get outfitted with your bike and helmet, then set out with your guide to see the best of Austin. Pedal along the hike-and-bike trail that runs through Zilker Park and around Lady Bird Lake. Turn north to check out the Italian Renaissance Revival of the Texas State Capitol building. Learn about the city's history as you roll through downtown. Head down Congress Avenue and over the Congress Avenue Bridge, where 1.5 million bats take shelter between the months of March to November. Continue to South Congress, Rainey Street, and the boardwalk trail. Get great photo opportunities throughout the bike tour.
This 2 1/2 hour walking tour stops at 3 winery tasting rooms and 3 chocolate specialty shops along historic Main Street. Experience a variety of wine, chocolate and cheese pairings with wines from Texas and around the world and chocolate from local chocolatiers.
Experience the thrill of skydiving without the stress or price tag that comes with jumping out of a plane at iFLY San Antonio. After one–on–one training, enter a vertical wind tunnel with your instructor and experience speeds up to 175 mph (282 kph). A range range of time slots is available throughout the day to fit your schedules.
This is an in depth, 6 hour private tour of the Space Center Houston which is the most popular tourist destination in Houston. Your guide is a real rocket scientist and an experienced space expert who will explain everything you see and answer all of your questions in a way you will easily understand. The tour provides an extraordinary opportunity to learn about the history, current programs and future plans for space exploration. This is where NASA trains the astronauts and operates the US human space exploration programs. You will see the actual hardware used to fly our astronauts into space, touch a moon rock, go inside a space station, go inside the Space Shuttle, visit Mission Control and tour the massive Saturn V rocket used to fly to the moon. This interesting and fun tour is suitable for all ages - seniors, youth and children mature enough to enjoy the wonders of space flight.Transportation to/from the Space Center can be arranged. Please contact your guide for details.
If you want to see more of Austin in less time—without getting jammed into a tour bus—book this e-bike tour perfect for seeing the sights, while enjoying Austin's fantastic weather. Hop on your pedal assist e-bike, and follow your guide to Austin's famous murals, city landmarks, and University of Texas buildings. Along the way, take in views of the downtown skyline, and visit the Texas State Capitol building.
Houston may be the largest city in Texas and 4th largest city in the United States, but Downtown Houston can look like a ghost town during warm summer days. This is because just 20 feet below street level, there are more than 7-miles of underground tunnels that encompass Texas' tallest skyscrapers and serve as a corporate playground for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies.Our daily Downtown Tunnel Tours explore some of downtown Houston’s most well renowned skyscrapers and provide guests with great opportunities for photos alongside Texas' two (2) tallest buildings. Learn all about the history of our city's extensive Tunnel System and its modern corporate appeal including a diverse range of great dining options that resemble Houston's diversity. In addition to staying cool in this Texas Heat, our Downtown Tunnel System will blow your mind and captivate your perspective of Texas!
Houston, we have a problem: there are just too many good pubs in our city. Join this Houston tour to visit a bar that doubles as a tailor shop by day, a watering hole in a 1920s watch and jewelry company, and a bar that features the very first electric elevator in Texas. Fun guaranteed, hangovers optional.
There's a lot of strange history that's happened here in the streets of San Antonio, and over the course of this San Antonio ghost tour, hear the haunted, paranormal tales of notorious Texas events. The tour begins and ends at The Alamo, where you meet your guides who are carrying lanterns and dressed in historic costumes. Walk the streets of the city's Old Town and learn its fascinating past, which is vividly and masterfully brought to life by the informative and passionate guides.
Enjoy a 3-course meal paired with wine on this 2.5-hour culinary experience at Flat Creek Estate in Marble Falls. Start with a guided tour of the winery, and hear about winemaking in the Texas Hill Country. Then head to the winery restaurant for your leisurely meal accompanied by wine.
Experience the urban and the outdoors in Austin during this 2-hour bike tour including Lady Bird Lake and some of the city’s best parks. Cycle along the shady, traffic-free trail that circles the lake, soaking up the fresh air and great views. Then continue your ride into Austin’s downtown, where you’ll head to Auditorium Shores, Barton Springs and Zilker Park to learn about the city’s green spaces and fascinating history. A guide and all necessary biking equipment are included.
MackphotographyATX will take you into the grounds and explore the photo possibilities, taking photos, discussing framing, and composition with guests your guide and group will interact and share photos as we walk the grounds. The Texas State Capitol grounds are comprised of about 22 acres in the heart of downtown Austin. Featuring 17 monuments, historic buildings and gorgeous and beautifully landscaped grounds, offer a great place to explore with a camera, offering literally endless photography opportunities to the creative eye. We walk the grounds for the 60 minutes with specific shots in mind, along with the group providing input into what is shot for a more interactive and personalized time.
Spend a leisurely day exploring Austin the locals’ way, with bikes, brews, swimming and BBQ, during this 4-hour cycle trip through the city’s south side. Pedal a relaxed total of 11 miles during your trip, stopping by the city’s famous spring-fed Barton Spring Pool for a dip before continuing to a local spot for craft beer and tasty Texas-style BBQ. After lunch you’ll cycle back towards downtown along the promenade, where more brews and an outdoor patio await. A guide and all bike equipment are included.
Austin has a unique way of encouraging eccentric behavior with its infamous element of the weird, which has led to the prosperity of places you just can’t find anywhere else such as The Cathedral of Junk, the Hope Outdoor Gallery, and the Museum of the Weird, among countless oddball restaurants and vintage shops. People travel far and wide to get a taste of its unique eateries and out-of-the-ordinary attractions. What they don’t typically realize is just how weird Austin can get when you throw in the strangest ingredient this city has to offer: the supernatural. The history of the capital of Texas offers shocking stories of forbidden lovers, heartbreaking suicides, brutal murders, and freak accidents. Some of the ghosts we will encounter are playful and harmless, but others are quite wicked and have committed some horrific crimes in their lifetimes. At Keep Austin Haunted, we strive to provide our tour guests with accurate, yet chilling accounts of the haunted history of Austin.