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Dallas & JFK Assassination & Museum Tour

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Dallas & JFK Assassination & Museum Tour

$115 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 JFK Assassination Tour


For many, following the process, remembering the events, and pondering the theories and conclusions drawn about the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy is as fascinating and captivating as it is educational. Knowing one’s own whereabouts on that infamous day, November 22nd, 1963 is one thing . . . but actually being in the various places is quite something else. What of:

  • The Old School Book Depository Building
  • Grassy Knoll
  • Dealey Plaza
  • The Kennedy Memorial
  • Lee Harvey Oswald House

These are the venues where a visitor to Dallas can really get a feel for all that happened when Oswald allegedly shot JFK. And what about the murder of Dallas policeman JD Tippit by Oswald, who then sprinted to the Texas Movie Theater in a panic? Visiting this site, feeling the energy of the time, is quite the experience for those who want to think about and listen to the narrative of one of the great mystery stories of our nation.

(include $16.00 admission ticket to museum)

Complimentary transportation to and from most Dallas Hotels

6 1/2 Hours
  • Pick-up Location
    333 N Houston Street, Dallas, TX 75202
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 09:45 AM for a prompt departure at 10:00 AM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 4:30 PM.
  • Included
    Dallas & JFK Assassination & Museum Tour
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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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JFK Assassination Tour

For many, following the process, remembering the events, and pondering the theories and conclusions drawn about the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy is as fascinating and captivating as it is educational. Knowing one’s own whereabouts on that infamous day, November 22nd, 1963 is one thing . . . but actually being in the various places is quite something else. What of:

  • The Old School Book Depository Building
  • Grassy Knoll
  • Dealey Plaza
  • The Kennedy Memorial
  • Lee Harvey Oswald House

These are the venues where a visitor to Dallas can really get a feel for all that happened when Oswald allegedly shot JFK. And what about the murder of Dallas policeman JD Tippit by Oswald, who then sprinted to the Texas Movie Theater in a panic? Visiting this site, feeling the energy of the time, is quite the experience for those who want to think about and listen to the narrative of one of the great mystery stories of our nation.