• Red Court House
  • Dallas City Hall
  • Pioneer Plaza
  • Dallas Farmer Market



Almost 1.5 million people call Dallas home, the largest city in the massive DFW Metroplex. Known for its football team and amazing Tex-Mex, Dallas is a diverse and vibrant metropolis, with incredible architecture, history and art. Our private journey will take you thru the city’s most important landmarks, we will visit several neighborhoods (Downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts District, The M Streets, University Park and Highland Park).

Highlights: Founders Plaza, Old Red Court House, John Neely Bryan Cabin, JFK Memorial, Pioneer Plaza, City Hall, Thanks-Giving Square, First Baptist, Farmers's Market, The Wilson Block, The Art District, Klyde Warren Park, Uptown the McKinney Ave, West End, Dealey Plaza, Oswald Rooming House, and much more.

Groups & Private Tours

Unique Journeys

Experience a unique journey with your own private tour guide. Have the flexibility to customize your itinerary, pace, and start time. Each of our private tours includes a profession local tour guide and transportation. We will pick you up and drop you off at your selected locations.

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For thirteen years, television sets were tuned into 356 episodes of Dallas, one of the longest running TV series in history. Viewers made themselves home at Southfork, the ranch the Ewings called home and where the world was a weekly guest. Now you can visit this famous Texas ranch in person and see for yourself the lifestyle portrayed in the series.
Southfork Ranch & Allen Premium Outlets
If you’re planning a trip to Waco to visit Magnolia Market, follow this fun tour to see Magnolia Market, some Fixer Upper homes, and a pile of other fun shops and spots that shouldn’t be missed in the Waco area!
Waco & Magnolia Market

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There is something mystical about Bluebonnets when the bloom in profusion in during the Texas springtime. Whenever there is an overly cold and wet winter, the byways of Central and North Texas will be ablaze with that unique blue with the light, sweet fragrance.

In the mid 1930’s, the love for popular American culture attracted a young man by the name of I. M. Pei from China to America to pursue his education in architecture. Years later his professional career would help establish the modern look of what has become the iconic Dallas cityscape.

When looking to combine an easy day trip from Dallas / Fort Worth with some genuine Texas flavor, you need look no further than the thriving little towns of Hico and Dublin. Each one has a unique history and are small enough that you can easily visit both within the same day.