Welcome to Dallas

Dallas is Texas' most mythical city, with a past and present rich in the stuff that American legends are made of. The 'Big D' is famous for its contributions to popular culture – notably the Cowboys and their cheerleaders, and Dallas, the TV series that once was a worldwide symbol of the USA. An upscale ethos makes for a vaunted dining and shopping scene, where the more conspicuous your consumption, the better.The... Read More

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Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Suddenly, at 12:30pm, after the motorcade turned from Houston Street onto Elm Street, shots were fired, killing President Kennedy and wounding Governor Connally. Bob Jackson, a Dallas Times Herald photographer, was in a press car in motorcade, eight cars behind the President. After he heard a third shot, Jackson looked up and spotted a rifle at a sixth-floor corner window in the Texas School Book Depository building. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is an educational and permanent historic exhibit that examines the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy within the context of American history. The museum's exhibition area uses historic films, photographs, artifacts and interpretive displays to document the events of the assassination, the findings of the official investigations that followed and the historical legacy of that national tragedy. The Kennedy assassination remains one of the most significant events in American history and the assassination site is the most visited historic site in North Texas. Many of the visitors to the site come to resolve feelings of grief that persist even after over three decades. Still others, those too young to remember (now over half of the U.S. population), come to learn more about a man and an event that profoundly shaped the United States.

$74.69 Tours & Sightseeing

Historic Dallas Segway Tour

During this two hour Segway tour through downtown Dallas, you will see and learn about popular, local sites such as Pioneer Plaza, the JFK Memorial, historic Dealey Plaza, the Dallas County Courthouse, the newly built Victory Park, Dallas Mavericks American Airlines Center, the Omni Convention Center, Thanksgiving Square, Dallas Arts District, and many other great historic sites and interesting landmarks.  This tour provides participants with the Segway, use of a helmet, and a local, professional guide. The maximum amount of people allowed per tour is 15 so you are sure to enjoy personalized service. Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes.

$17.99 Transfers & Ground Transport

Dallas Fort Worth Arrival Transfer

This shared ride door-to-door ground transportation has been operating for over 25 years. Today, it is the premier shared ride provider in the United States. Each day, over 20,000 guests use this door-to-door service - that is almost seven million guests each year.With a tradition of exceptional guest service, the strategy remains simple: to be the premier shared ride transportation company, by taking care of the guest better than anyone else.Don't forget to also book your return transfer.This transfer is from DFW International Airport to DALLAS and FORT WORTH hotels ONLY.

$48 Kid Friendly

Dallas CityPASS

In Dallas, pick up your CityPASS booklet at any of the included attractions, and then set off on your own sightseeing experience around the city. At each attraction, simply present your booklet on the way inside; the staff will remove that attraction's ticket, and you're in!The CityPASS includes admission to four attractions; all options are described below. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science and the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck are always included; you can choose the other two attractions from a selection of four — either the Dallas Zoo or the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and either the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum or the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

$49.99 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

San Antonio River Walk and Tower of the Americas

Step aboard a River Walk boat cruise for an exciting and entertaining narrative of the rich history of the San Antonio River! Cruises are about 35 minutes long and cover one and a half miles of the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. In addition to your cruise, this package includes a hop-on hop-tour on a double-decker bus, as well as admission to the Tower of the Americas Space Needle, a 750-foot observation tower/restaurant located at HemisFair Park in the southeastern area of downtown. Take in the scenery and experience the thrilling 4D Theater Ride. The tower was designed by San Antonio architect O'Neil Ford and was built as the theme structure of the 1968 World's Fair, HemisFair '68. The Tower was the tallest observation tower in the United States from 1968 until 1996, when the Las Vegas Stratosphere Tower was completed. It is the tallest building in San Antonio, and the tallest building in Texas outside of Dallas or Houston. The Tower is located in the middle of HemisFair Park and has an observation deck that is accessible by elevator. In addition, there is also a lounge and revolving restaurant at the top of the tower that provides panoramic views of the city.

$25 Cultural & Theme Tours

Dallas Attraction Tours

On this quick tour of downtown Dallas, travel past a plethora of popular sites — and even some of the lesser-known places — to get a great introduction to this modern metropolis. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure time, then visit roughly 65 locations like Dealey Plaza in the West End Historic District; the Arts District, which is the largest in the world; plus Deep Ellum, the Dallas County Courthouse, John Neely Bryan Cabin, Klyde Warren Park and much more. Then, retrace the timeline of the infamous car ride that made history on November 22, 1963 — the assassination of John F. Kennedy as he drove through Dallas. Take in the minute-by-minute timetable of what really happened that day and go inside the rooming house of Lee Harvey Oswald.