Dallas Highlights Tour
"World Class Dallas". Join your 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 culture!
We love Dallas and you will find out why on this exciting city tour!
Join your Tour Guide and you’re off to enjoy the Highlights of Dallas. Learn about Dallas' history, art, architecture, JFK, professional sports, parks and more. Enjoy stops along the way for photos, in-depth information and visit many neighborhoods. An informative and fun way to see and learn about Dallas!
The West End Historic District area is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Located within the district is Dealey Plaza, a park surrounding the original birthplace of Dallas. Learn about the founder of our city, John Neely Bryan. Stop by John Neely Bryan’s original Log Cabin in Founders Plaza.
Dealey Plaza is also the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Learn fascinating details of that tragic day, November 22, 1963. Walk through Dealey Plaza, see the Grassy Knoll, stop to learn more and pause for a photo of the Sixth Floor Museum. Stop the Kennedy Memorial, that symbolizes Kennedy’s eternal spirit.
Explore spectacular Pioneer Plaza, which features a larger-than-life bronze sculptures, a re-creation of a Texas cattle drive, with Texas Longhorn Steers being driven by three cowboys astride horses! Cross the stepping stones to the top for the best views!
Drive through downtown Dallas on Main Street to see the “iconic” Eyeball, a 30’ tall sculpture by the artist Tony Tasset. You can’t visit Dallas without learning about the original Neiman Marcus Department Store or the history of 7-11, both founded in Dallas!
Enjoy Klyde Warren Park, a bustling, beautifully landscaped urban park, connecting downtown and Uptown. Daily park activities include food trucks, fitness classes, a children’s playground, games, movie nights and live music!
Drive across the breathtaking Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Designed by the Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, the suspension bridge is a defining landmark on the Dallas skyline. Stop on the river levee for wonderful views of the Dallas skyline! Learn about Trinity Groves, a wildly popular dining destination and the explosive growth and regentrification of west Dallas.
The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the United States. The walkable neighborhood offers art for everyone with award winning museums, world class performing arts venues including the Winspear Opera House. Visit the Texas Sculpture Walk’s interesting works of modern art and sculpture. See the historic Cathedral Guadalupe and Belo Mansion and hear about the Mansion’s ties to the infamous gangsters from Dallas, Bonnie & Clyde!
Visit Victory Park, a cutting-edge neighborhood filled with trendy dining and shopping. Snap great photos at the American Airlines Center, home of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and NHL’s Dallas Stars. Learn about the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, an award-winning architectural jewel home to mind-blowing exhibit halls filled with prehistoric creatures, the wonders of space, and glistening gems.
Head through Uptown, a fashionable neighborhood, connected by the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley. Harwood District’s revitalized neighborhood is home to The Samurai Collection, the largest collection of Samurai art and armor in the world.
Drive scenic Turtle Creek to the exclusive neighborhood of Highland Park, past mansions, Lakeside Park and the much-loved Teddy Bear sculptures. Hear about the neighborhoods’ ties to Beverly Hills!
Visit the campus of Southern Methodist University, home of the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the Meadows Museum, one of the finest collections of Spanish Art outside of Spain.