• President John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie arriving at Love Field during campaign tour on day of his assassination.



Highlights: JFK Memorial, Dealey Plaza, Old Red Courthouse, Dallas City Hall,Thanksgiving Square, Pioneer Plaza, Lee Harvey Oswald Rooming House.

This is truly the best JFK tour you will ever take. Our guide John Carlton is an expert JFK historian, and he will chronologically walk you thru the sequence of events, including the unique look inside Lee Harvey Oswald Rooming House!

Every Day Starting at 10:00AM, our pickup location is at the JFK Memorial Plaza located at 646 Main St, Dallas, TX 75202.

What Customers Say

  • Awesome Tour!!!

    Best DFW Tours honestly provided the best city tour I've ever been on - and I travel a great deal. Having lived in Dallas for over 20 years, I thought I knew most of the city's history and major landmarks, however, our tour guide, John, conveyed many interesting details and insights that really made what we were seeing come alive! A highlight of the tour was certainly the JFK story - we took the same route that his motorcade traveled and also went in to the house that Lee Harvey Oswald lived in at the time. Truly fascinating. I highly recommend this tour for visitors and long-time Dallas residents alike - you'll learn what really makes Dallas the vibrant, world-class city that it is!! Matt H - Dallas, Texas.

  • A must do tour!

    An extremely interesting 3-hour tour with an exceptional guide, John, a local Dallas guide who oozes passion for his city. Marcos Del Val - Austin, Texas.

  • Best way to explore the BIG D!

    The tour exceeded my expectations. John, the tour guide, was funny, knowledgable and super nice. The tour was way more than a JFK tour, it was an adventure through the city of Dallas with many interesting historical facts along the way. The access to the house where Oswald lived was amazing! I highly recommend this tour. Alex G - Dallas, Texas.

  • Best DFW Tours is not just a name...

    I had the opportunity to take this tour with John and let me just say, it was a blast. He was full of knowledge, and took us all around Dallas really bringing to life the event of the fateful day when John F Kennedy was assassinated. It was a great experience to see all of these locations and some and it was a pleasure to learn from him. I would recommend this tour highly to anyone who has even a casual interest in history. Garrett Conway- Miami, Florida.

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