Event Highlights

Best Of Dallas Sightseeing Bus Tour
Discover Dallas' rich culture, history & architecture.

Dallas - Bus Tour, Culture, History, Landmarks, JFK Memorial, Old Red Courthouse, Dealey Plaza, Pegasus, Pioneer Plaza, Deep Ellum, Dallas Farmers Market, Business District, Dallas Eye, Thanks-Giving Square, Arts District, DMA, Nasher, Klyde Warren Park, Calatrava Bridge

About the Event

Can a city tell a story? Join our storytellers and you'll see and hear Dallas come to life. Discover Dallas' rich culture, history & architecture. We will explore not just the iconic sites, but seldom visited hidden gems that most never get to experience.

What to Expect..

Come discover why we love Dallas on this exciting sightseeing excursion! Approximately 1.5 million people call Dallas home, the largest city in the massive DFW Metroplex. Known for its Cowboys football team and amazing Tex-Mex, Dallas is a diverse and vibrant metropolis with a rich culture, amazing architecture, and fascinating history.

Whether you have just one day and want to see as much as possible, or you are here for a while and want to get to know the city in-depth, our Best of Dallas Tour has you covered. This quintessential Dallas sightseeing excursion hits the city's most iconic sites and off-the-beaten-path gems in the comfort of our climate-controlled bus. You will get the chance to explore several of the city’s most unique neighborhoods (Deep Ellum, the Bishop Arts District, Downtown, etc.) and experience the “Big D's” up-close. During our excursion, we will stop several times to allow our guests to experience and have a closer look at some of the sites, including Dealey Plaza, the farmer's market and Pioneer Plaza.

What's Included

  • Round Trip Transportation
  • Licensed Tour Guide
  • Live commentary on board
  • All taxes fees and handling charges

What's Not included

  • Gratuities


This is a typical itinerary for this product, however, this is a private experience, the provider can customize the itinerary to match your requirements .
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
    The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial is a monument to U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in the West End Historic District of downtown Dallas, Texas erected in 1970, and designed by noted architect Philip Johnson.
  • Old Red Museum
    The Dallas County Courthouse, built in 1892 of red sandstone with rusticated marble accents, is a historic governmental building located at 100 South Houston Street in Dallas, Texas. Also known as the Old Red Courthouse, it became the Old Red Museum, a local history museum, in 2007. It was designed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture
  • John Neely Bryan Cabin
    John Neely Bryan visited the Dallas area in 1839, and in 1841, he established a permanent settlement, which eventually became the burgeoning city of Dallas.
  • Dealey Plaza
    Dealey Plaza is a significant part of Dallas history. The site marks the birthplace of Dallas, originally founded by John Neely Bryan in the 1840s. Almost a century later, as part of President Franklin Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration, the familiar white concrete colonnades and triple underpass were constructed, creating a vehicular park to serve as gateway to the city. The project was spearheaded by civic leader George Bannerman Dealey. After G.B. Dealey died in 1946, a bronze statue to honor him was installed in the park that already bore his name.
  • Sixth Floor Museum
    One of Texas’ most visited historic sites, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
  • Pegasus Red Flying Horse / stop
    The Pegasus first landed in Downtown Dallas in 1934, perching atop what was then the city’s tallest building: the 29-story Magnolia Hotel. We will see it up-close at a very different location during our walk.
  • Pioneer Plaza / stop
    Pioneer Plaza, located in downtown Dallas’ Convention Center District, honors the 19th-century cattle drives on the Shawnee Trail with a bronze sculpture of 49 longhorn steer driven by three cowboys on horseback. With a waterfall and artificial cliffs, the park is one of the most popular tourist spots in Dallas.
  • Dallas City Hall / drive by
    If you are a fan of sci-fi 80s movies, you sure recognize this building. Designed by world famous designed I.M. Pei (the Louvre pyramid, the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, Dallas’ Morton Meyerson Center), the City Hall is one of Dallas most famous buildings.
  • Deep Ellum / drive by
    As one of Dallas' first commercial districts for African-Americans and European immigrants, Deep Ellum is one of the most historically and culturally significant neighborhoods in the city. Deep Ellum was established in 1873 as both a residential and commercial neighborhood. Originally called Deep Elm as much of the activity centered around Elm Street just east of downtown Dallas, the pronunciation
  • Dallas Farmers Market / stop
    The Dallas Farmers Market was established in 1941 as the a municipal farmers market. Historically, it was the central hub for farmers to bring their produce, meats, and dairy to the city. Today, with the development in downtown Dallas, the Dallas Farmers Market has been transformed to be the farmers market for the future. The addition of food entrepreneurs along with farmers and ranchers, makes this a place to taste the diverse flavors and cultures of Texas.<br /><br />The Market marks half of our tour, we will stop here for 30 minutes, bathroom break, and time to explore, taste some local flavor or enjoy a local brew.
  • Main Street / Business District / drive by
    The Neiman Marcus flagship and original store, Comerica Bank Tower, Bank of America Plaza, The Joule, Magnolia Hotel, The Adolphus, and numerous restaurants combine to form the central space known as the Main Street District. With landmarks such as Main Street Garden, Belo Garden, Stone Street Gardens, and Pegasus Plaza, as well as historic buildings that have been converted to residential buildings, the Main Street District is a must to visit.
  • The Adolphus & The Magnolia Buildings
  • The Joule
  • Tony Tasset's Iconic Eyeball
  • The Original Neiman Marcus
  • Thanks-Giving Square / Underground Tunnels
  • First Baptist Dallas
  • Belo Mansion
  • Cathedral Guadalupe
  • Arts District / DMA / Nasher
    Spanning 68-acres and 19 contiguous blocks, the Dallas Arts District is considered as the largest urban entertainment complex in the nation. Not only does the District offer several superb performance venues, including the nationally acclaimed Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and three world-class museums (the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Crow Collection of Asian Art), it also houses one of the world's largest collections of Pritzker Prize-winning buildings in one location.
  • Klyde Warren Park / drive by
    Klyde Warren Park serves as a central gathering space for Dallas and its visitors. The 5.2-acre deck park and urban green space is built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway between Pearl and St. Paul streets in downtown Dallas.
  • Dallas Skyline / Margaret McDermott Bridge / stop
    Before we conclude the excursion we will go across the Trinity River to take a closer look at the Calatrava Bridge and the ever changing Dallas Skyline.

Great For: Visitors, Art Lovers, Architeture Enthusiasts, History Buffs, Family Reunion, Office/Team Celebration, Corporate Gathering