The best way to discover Dallas is walking the city. We will walk around two miles starting at the West End Historic District, the oldest part of the city, and make our way to the Dallas Art District, 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.
Discover Dallas fascinating history, incredible architecture, and unrivaled charm. We will walk around two miles. Our journey starts at the West End Historic District, the oldest part of the city, we will visit Dealey Plaza, the Grassy Knoll, the Old Red Court House, and Founders' Plaza. Revisit the fascinating details of the JFK assassination and hear about the city's beginnings and its founder.
Further down our route, we will visit the former Dallas Morning News headquarters, the famous Mobile Oil Pegasus (the original one!) and the spectacular Pioneer's Plaza which features larger-than-life bronze sculptures, a re-creation of a Texas cattle drive, with Texas longhorn steers being driven by three cowboys astride horses!
Our journey will take us to the I. M. Pei unique Dalla's city hall on our way to the city's Main street, at this point we will take a break before we resume the second part of the walk.
The second leg of our walk will take us through Main Street's incredible architecture and rich history. Tony Tasset's iconic Eyeball, The Adolphus, The Magnolia Building and the original Neiman Marcus.
The last segment of our excursion covers the Arts District (the largest of its kind in the US). There are lots to see and experience in this area; from the city’s most important art institutions to the incredible Klyde Warren Park. Did we mentioned the food trucks?
Our tour has been rated with 5 stars on TripAdvisor and Google. Here’s what some of our guests have to say:
This is tour of the highlights of the city of Dallas guided by a very knowledgeable tour guide. You learn about the history, politics, arts, and culture of the city. It’s a two hour, two miles crash course on Dallas with all the sites within pointing distance.
Amanda H., West Palm Beach
We only had 24 hours to get around Dallas so we decided to take this tour. Laura we very knowledgeable and welcome questions from all angles. I was particularly taken with his knowledge of the city's history. Highly recommend doing this tour.
Mary T. San Juan, P.R.
Our tour guide John was very knowledgeable personable and made our tour very fun. He was accommodating offered to take pictures for everyone gave us plenty of history of Dallas. The van was clean and comfortable and this was a much nicer venue then doing a larger tour bus.
Emma L. Houston, Texas