I'm a big believer in CityPass for any city that has them. If you've never been to a particular city before this is the most cost-effective way to explore and really see some interesting things without paying a lot of money. We enjoyed many of the included attractions didn't get to do them all but did almost 3/4 of them and really got to see a lot of Dallas in a very efficient and cost-effective way. I would recommend this if it's your first time in the city and love to explore like I do!
Beware! The tickets in the citypass book DO NOT get you automatically into the venue. Everywhere we read, did not prepare us for that. You must stand in line that everyone else is in to get an entrance ticket to each venue you visit. The only one that offered front of the line service was Dealey Plaza thank you but be sure to get there early as scheduled tours do book up quickly. We were there at 2 and couldn't get in until 4:00. It was nice to save a few dollars with a package deal, but that is all it gets you. We visited the Bush Library, Dealey Plaza, Perot Museum and Reunion Tower. All were very interesting to experience and we are glad we did it, but disappointed in what the citypass offered us.
I wish I had one more day to be able to go one more place on my Dallas CityPASS! I loved the 6th Story Museum the best, but the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and Reunion Tower were awesome, as well.
We went to the George Bush Library, Perot Science Museum, Reunion Tower, and JFK Museum. The Perot Science Museum was a huge disappointment. Many of the interactive displays were non or partially functional. The movie we saw was stupid per our children ages 6, 9 and 10.
Great! It was easy to use and we did a lot of sightseeing. It was HOT as the blazes, but all in all FUN. Thanks. The Perot Museum was great fun for our grandson and us, we flew like and eagle and picked some bones! The Tower was fantastic for my husband and I, we had dinner and drinks and looked out over the city really beautiful. The zoo was too hot to really enjoy, but I know if the weather was cooler, we would have had a wonderful time.
Really enjoyed the Arboretum, the zoo and the Science and Nature Museum. The tower was okay, but would have like to have seen the 6th floor museum at Delaney Bldg. which we could have had the option switched the tower with that JFK museum instead of the zoo or JFK.
Otherwise everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable at all of the attractions and we enjoyed our stay.