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Dallas & Fort Worth

Amazing Tour

Dallas & Fort Worth

$105 per person

1st Dallas Tour


Perhaps the genesis of Dallas as a small trading post in 1841 seems incredulous as one now looks on one of the most beautiful cities in these United States. Dallas is indeed a city of international renown and boasts some marvelous landmarks. Guests to Dallas will want to give themselves plenty of time to take in the sights and sounds.

Our tour includes:

Founders Plaza   ••   Old Red Court House   ••   John Neely Bryan Cabin   ••   JFK memorial   •• Pioneer Plaza (largest bronze collection in the world)   •• Dallas City Hall (design by I.M. Pei)  ••   Thanks-Giving Square   ••   First Baptist Dallas Fountain Plaza   ••   Deep Ellum   ••   The Wilson Block (historic neighborhood, Queen Anne/Victorian Style Houses)   ••   The Art District (the largest in the world!)   ••   Klyde Warren Park   ••   The City of Highland Park (5th richest suburb in USA, home to many celebrities)   ••   Uptown the McKinney Avenue restaurant district   ••   West End   ••   Dealey Plaza (JFK assassination Point) and much more.

All-in-all, Dallas landmarks are more than worthy of the time and effort it would take to see and appreciate their beauty.

 

2nd Fort Worth Tour


Drovers, stretching their cattle drives from San Antonio or the Rio Grande, came to Fort Worth on their way up to Abilene, Kansas. They went to the Kansas Pacific Railway, where their cattle would be loaded for market. Fort Worth was the locale where supplies, rest and entertainment could be enjoyed at what came to be known as “Hell’s Half Acre.” Before departing for Chisholm Trail and traversing the Red River into wild, untamed territory inhabited by Indians, cattle drovers stopped to enjoy what only the entertainment district of Fort Worth could provide. Millions of longhorn cattle were moved through Fort Worth between 1866 and 1890. The history of these cattle drives may be discovered by visiting Cattle Drive Visitors Center, Stockyard Station, Horse and Mule Barn and Livery, Cow Town Museum, the Livestock Exchange, Billy Bob’s . . . and many other historical adventures along the way!

Complimentary transportation to and from most Dallas Hotels

  • Pick-up Location
    333 N Houston Street, Dallas, TX 75202
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 9:45 AM for a prompt departure at 10:00 AM.
  • Return Time
    Around 5:00 PM
  • Included
    Dallas & Fort Worth
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Dallas Tour

1st Dallas Tour


Perhaps the genesis of Dallas as a small trading post in 1841 seems incredulous as one now looks on one of the most beautiful cities in these United States. Dallas is indeed a city of international renown and boasts some marvelous landmarks. Guests to Dallas will want to give themselves plenty of time to take in the sights and sounds.

Our tour includes:

Founders Plaza   ••   Old Red Court House   ••   John Neely Bryan Cabin   ••   JFK memorial   •• Pioneer Plaza (largest bronze collection in the world)   •• Dallas City Hall (design by I.M. Pei)  ••   Thanks-Giving Square   ••   First Baptist Dallas Fountain Plaza   ••   Deep Ellum   ••   The Wilson Block (historic neighborhood, Queen Anne/Victorian Style Houses)   ••   The Art District (the largest in the world!)   ••   Klyde Warren Park   ••   The City of Highland Park (5th richest suburb in USA, home to many celebrities)   ••   Uptown the McKinney Avenue restaurant district   ••   West End   ••   Dealey Plaza (JFK assassination Point) and much more.

All-in-all, Dallas landmarks are more than worthy of the time and effort it would take to see and appreciate their beauty.

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Fort Worth Tour
Drovers, stretching their cattle drives from San Antonio or the Rio Grande, came to Fort Worth on their way up to Abilene, Kansas. They went to the Kansas Pacific Railway, where their cattle would be loaded for market. Fort Worth was the locale where supplies, rest and entertainment could be enjoyed at what came to be known as “Hell’s Half Acre.” Before departing for Chisholm Trail and traversing the Red River into wild, untamed territory inhabited by Indians, cattle drovers stopped to enjoy what only the entertainment district of Fort Worth could provide. Millions of longhorn cattle were moved through Fort Worth between 1866 and 1890. The history of these cattle drives may be discovered by visiting Cattle Drive Visitors Center, Stockyard Station, Horse and Mule Barn and Livery, Cow Town Museum, the Livestock Exchange, Billy Bob’s . . . and many other historical adventures along the way!

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