• Picture: The Arts District is Downtown’s cultural hub, known for the strikingly angular Meyerson Symphony Center, the lavish Winspear Opera House and the Dallas Museum of Art, with its vast collection spanning ancient times to the present. The Nasher Sculpture Center exhibits modern masterpieces in a verdant setting, while the Crow Collection of Asian Art displays religious and secular pieces from diverse eras and cultures.
  • The Traveling Man: A trio of colossal statues spread across a Dallas neighborhood chart the emergence of a giant robot born of a locomotive and spilled gin.
  • The hip Bishop Arts District is known for its diverse nightlife, chic independent fashion stores and colorful street art. Dining choices range from Texas-style BBQ to Vietnamese pho, while relaxed bars pour everything from cocktails to house-brewed cider. Cult movies are the draw at the Texas Theatre, while the art deco Kessler Theater presents live music by local and national bands.



Highlights: JFK Memorial, Dealey Plaza, Old Red Courthouse, Dallas City Hall,Thanksgiving Square, Pioneer Plaza, Klyde Warren Park, Arts District, Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts District, West End.

Whether you have just few hours and want to see as much as possible or you are here for a while and want to get your bearings, our Best of Dallas 3 Hours Tour has got you covered.

Every Day Starting at 1:30PM, our pickup location is at the Latin Deli located at 701 Commerce St #120, Dallas, TX 75202.

What Customers Say

  • Highly Recommend

    We had such wonderful time! Thank you for your attention to details. The timing of tours, and relaxation time were perfect for us. The tour guide was kind and accommodating. Highly recommend this tour to locals and tourists alike. It was incredible experience! Tai Gabriel - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

  • An excellent way to get a feel for the city

    I had the pleasure of doing this trip with John today. I really liked the diversity of the tour.

    It was little bit of everything, architectural and historical. It is the right mix of past, present and future, John is very knowledgeable and clearly passionate about Dallas. The JFK assassination history was fantastic. A great way to get your bearings and start your time in Dallas! Toni P - Auckland Central, New Zealand.

  • GREAT Scope of Dallas!

    This was truly a great experience. The tour guide was very informative on the Dallas culture and history, especially about JFK's assassination. It was Insightful listening and seeing the locations that this momentous period of U.S History took place.

    The bus was very comfortable and spacious. I got great photos and stopping at Oswalds house was creepy, but awesome!

    Definitely Worth it! Herb Costa - West Palm Beach, Florida.

  • Excellent at an excellent price

    Our guide talked nonstop about his beloved Dallas. Extremely informative about history and various regions/landmarks of the city. Especially educational about JFK assassination and Oswald. Took us places no other tour can. Susan R - Lima, Ohio.

Journal: Latest Stories

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.

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