More than eighty five years after their deaths, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are inescapable.
Extra! Extra! Bonnie and Clyde slain by officers! How did two young kids from the Dallas slums end up in a 1934 Ford Deluxe riddled with over 150 rounds? Are they mass murdering psychos, brilliant bank robbers, or just two crazy kids with nothing to lose? Join us as we unravel the true story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
About: The Bonnie and Clyde TOUR
In many ways, the real Bonnie and Clyde are still getting away.
The story of the two bank-robbing lovers continues to chase us, when their elusiveness is what made it famous. It would be ironic if the characters on our screens and in our stories were more like the real people: hopeless, desperate to be remembered and willing to take lives to make it happen.
The true story of Bonnie and Clyde can be told, but the spirit of their story is up to you. Are they sadistic killers, misunderstood victims of a world that won’t give them an inch, or two criminals in a fast car, headed for destruction. Let’s tell the story of how they lived, loved, stole, killed, and died in this tribute to some of America’s most wanted criminals.
Trinity River Squatter’s Camp
See how Clyde Barrow and family spent their early days, in the mud, under a wagon, with the Dallas skyline looming in the distance.
A bottle with an encoded message signaled their loved ones that it was time to meet up with the infamous duo.
Lille McBride House
And it was here, in the early morning hours of Jan. 7, 1933, that Clyde Barrow killed Fort Worth sheriff’s Deputy Malcolm Davis with a shotgun.
Ed Wheeler and H.D. Murphy Memorial
We’ll hit the road in the tire marks of the infamous duo, and come to the beginning of the end for Bonnie and Clyde - the murder of officers Ed Wheller and H.D. Murphy
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker gravesites
Bonnie Parker, were shot to death by officers in an ambush near Sailes, Bienville Parish, Louisiana on May 23, 1934, after one of the most colorful and spectacular manhunts the nation had seen up to that time. After their death, Barrow and Parker were brought back to their families in Dallas. Thousands of people gathered outside the funeral homes to catch a glimpse of their bullet-ridden bodies.
What Guests Say
You just have to take this tour
I have visited Dallas numerous times over the years and enjoyed many different tours, but this Bonnie And Clyde tour is one of the best I have ever taken. A comprehensive tour of all of the sites related to the events not just in downtown Dallas but also in the surrounding areas. Put simply if you want the best Bonnie And Clyde tour available you should take this tour.
Bryant R., Baltimore Maryland
Thoroughly absorbing and thought-provoking
I recommend this tour for anybody interested in the Bonnie And Clyde story. I was in Dallas with a group of colleagues for a conference and this tour was the best part of our visit. The guide, Kevin gave us so much to think about and we have been talking about the tour ever since.
Joel H., Las Vegas Nevada
A Great Tour of the Events
We had a private four-hour Bonnie And Clyde tour with Jonny. He is an expert on the entire subject and took us on a tour of the city to point out key sites and gave us so much insight and information. Fantastic experience, I was surprised and moved by the story.
I don't want to say too much, it's better to experience the tour!
Ethel M., Lexington-Fayette Kentucky
Frequent Asked Questions
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Where do we meet?
We can pick you up or meet you at any location you request in the Dallas – Fort Worth area. We will determine the appropriate vehicle depending on the number of guests in your group. Private tours require a minimum of 6 to 10 guests.
Travel safe during COVID-19?
Your health and safety is our top priority. During our tours, we follow safety guidelines. We have daily wellness checks with our team to ensure that everyone is healthy and symptom-free.
What you can expect during this experience:
Guides required to regularly wash hands.
Gear/equipment sanitized between use.
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas.
Regular temperature checks for staff.
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized.
We require masks inside our vehicles and indoor spaces.
How long does the tour last?
Depends on the tour and where you are located. A Fort Worth might take 6-7 hours if we depart from Dallas, however, it might be only 4 hours long for a group located in downtown Fort Worth. Your duration can be adjusted to accommodate your itinerary. When we plan one of our tours, we assign a coordinator that will work with you to ensure your excursion is timed accordingly to your requirements.
Can we do the tour without lunch or dinner?
Yes, you can plan lunch/dinner on your own, however, for a group of ten or more guests we strongly recommend we coordinate your lunch or dinner ahead of time to make sure that we can keep your itinerary on time and you have the best experience.
Where are we going to have lunch or dinner?
The establishment is determined by the size of the group and the business availability. If you have any specific preferences, the tour coordinator will work with you to secure and book the appropriate establishment.
Can we select the menu?
Yes, once we have settled on the establishment, we will have several options to chose from, including choices for guests with specific dietary requirements (vegetarians).
Can you accommodate vegan/vegetarian requirements?
Yes, most private tours will allow us to accommodate dietary requirements. Few themed food experiences such as BBQ tours / Taco and Margarita tours and Pizza Tours are impossible to adjust to this requirement.
Can we change the route or combine multiple routes?
Yes, private tours allow us to adjust the route base on your requirements. We frequently combine our Dallas Sightseeing Tour with our JFK historical tour for groups of guest that has limited time. Let us know what you have in mind and we will work with you to make it happen.
What time of transportation do you use?
The type of transportation is determined by the size of the group. We can accommodate from 6 - 53 guests or more. All our vehicles are fully insured and under a strict maintenance schedule.
What time does the tour start?
It's a private tour, you let us know what time you want us to pick you up? Food, wine, and beer tours should start after 11:00 AM, numerous establishments are closed before noon.
Can we do a private walking tour?
Yes, we can do the Dallas Sightseeing Tour and the JFK Tour without using any transportation. Both tours are around 2 miles long long and we stop several times along the way. Other tours require transportation.
What is the cancellation/refund policy for private tours.
Each tour that you book with us has its own refund policy. Refund policies vary depending on the excursion and how much in advance the tour is reserved. Make sure you read the cancellation/refund policy before you book your tour.
Can we drink alcohol on the tour bus, can you provide a cooler?
Yes, most times we can arrange soft drinks, ice and coolers (you need to bring your own booze). Ask your tour coordinator to make sure we have time to plan and have everything in place.
Why should we book the tour with you?
We have been doing tours for over a decade, all our tour guides and professionally trained and love Dallas - Fort Worth and we know you will, too!. Our goal is to make sure each guest has an exceptional experience.