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

DALLAS PRIVATE TOUR

WE WILL EXPLORE NOT JUST THE ICONIC SITES, BUT SELDOM SEEN HIDDEN GEMS THAT MOST TOURISTS NEVER GET TO EXPERIENCE

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.

What Customers Say

  • GREAT Scope of Dallas!

    This was definitely the way to tour through Dallas. Much better than the Trolley Tour.

    James was a fantastic guide taking us to some great places. Definitely recommend - and was helpful to do at the very start of the trip to get our bearings. Thanks James for a great and informative day through Downtown Dallas. Loved Highland Park! Got some great photos too. John Holloway - London, United Kingdom.

  • Truly special insider's perspective

    I definitely recommend this tour. It was customized to our interests and our guide David was a very knowledgeable and personable, he accommodated all of our requests. Though I've been to Dallas a dozen times or so, taking a personalized tour with a local guide with such knowledge, experience and professionalism uncovered and discovered many places and facts that I would've never found on my own. Allan Frantz - Seattle, Washington.

  • Really great experience.

    With a guide and van you are able to cover so much of Dallas. From downtown to Oak Cliff. You also get to talk to someone who is a native of Dallas and knows some wonderful places. As a first timer to Dallas you are able to get an overview and orient yourself in the city. We managed to go back ourselves at later days and explore in more depth. David was enlightening and had a wealth of experiences to draw upon. Thanks mate. John Holloway - London, United Kingdom.

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A good guide can elevate and enhance the experience, creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime and make guests want to return. A bad guide can do the opposite, leaving guests feeling neglected and unimportant.