Half-Day Private Dallas Highlights Tour by Train, Trolley, and Foot

2 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 4.3 hr

Join us on a journey through Dallas's Past and Present! This 4 hour tour will take you from the depths of the JFK assassination, the worst day in Dallas history, to the heights of the Dallas Arts District, a vibrant community celebrating life, culture, art and more! All the best Dallas has to offer! We will travel by Train, Trolley and on Foot for a truly immersive experience. After our visit to Dealey Plaza your guide will help you purchase the $6 All Day Pass for the light rail to continue the experience! Everything else is included! We will travel back in time on the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley to Klyde Warren Park. While surrounded by the inspiring Dallas Skyline, you will learn everything about the Dallas Arts District including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Perot Museum and more! We then board the Trolley again and head Downtown for more attractions including Thanksgiving Square as well as other surprises!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: ExperienceFirst

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District

The tour begins by exploring the dark events culminating in the assassination of John F Kennedy. We will see the School Book Depository, The John F Kennedy Memorial, the Old Red Courthouse and the site of the Assassination.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Dallas Arts District

Your expert guide will take you on a journey through the acclaimed Dallas Arts District. We will ride the quaint McKinney avenue trolley to Klyde Warren Park and see the best Dallas has to offer!

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a wonder to behold. Built over a busy highway, it provides an oasis in the bustling city. the park connects downtown area with the popular Uptown district. Surrounded by the Dallas Skyline, your guide will tell you the history of the area and discuss Art, Architecture and City Life.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Dallas Museum of Art

Learn the history of this world class museum, containing more than 25,000 works of art from all cultures and time periods spanning 5,000 years of human creativity.

Stop At: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas - Economy in Action

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is only one of 12 Federal Reserve Banks in the country. Hear why Dallas was chosen and why it's a vital part of the United States' Central Banking System.

Stop At: Nasher Sculpture Center

The Nasher Sculpture Center is home to one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world. Learn how Raymond and Patsy Nasher started on this epic journey and how they share their exquisite collection to the public.

Stop At: AT&T Performing Arts Center

The AT&T Performing Arts Center in the Dallas Arts District is a vibrant 10-acre site featuring three of the nation’s finest performance venues: the Winspear Opera House, Wyly Theatre and Strauss Square. There is no better place in Dallas to experience live performing arts. Your guide will tell you the history and let you know what's playing!

Stop At: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The Perot Museum is a natural history and science museum named in honor of Margot and Ross Perot. It's unique architecture is an attraction unto itself! Learn about it's collection but also how the building's design demonstrates scientific principles that provided living examples of engineering, sustainability and technology.

Stop At: Majestic Theater

The Majestic Theatre opened its doors in 1921 as a vaudeville theater. It is the last remnant of Theater Row, the city's historic entertainment center on Elm Street. Dallas's Broadway! Learn the history of Theater Row and walk in the footsteps of some of the worlds biggest stars of Broadway, Film and Music!

Stop At: Thanks-Giving Square

Thanks-Giving Square is a private park, a landscaped garden and non-denominational chapel building.Conceived in 1964 in the aftermath of the JFK Assassination, It celebrates Thanksgiving, or gratitude in action, which is recognized as a human constant present in cultures and faith traditions around the world.Learn the parks significance and visit the Chapel of Thanksgiving where you will see one of largest horizontally mounted stained-glass pieces in the world.

Duration: 15 minutes
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