Dallas Fort Worth Air Tours' pilots love to show off their city; they just do it from several hundred feet in the air. They lead airborne tours of the urban landscape, using planes and helicopters. They cruise along waterfronts, observe ripples of light across steel and glass sky scrapers, and provide a bird's-eye view of the interplay of concrete and greenery in the city's parks.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Handicap Accessible: No
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Reserve your seat in plenty of time to get your desired tour time.
JFK History Tour's guides relive an important piece of history every day, along with up to 15 passengers in a van. They retrace the steps of President Kennedy's fateful route on November 22, 1963, while replaying radio excerpts and showing historical photos along the way. The journey begins at Dallas Love Field?the landing site of Air Force One?and follows the president's journey all the way to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Then, the guides take up other threads of the infamous assassination, following Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby until their final clash at the Dallas Municipal Building. The guides don't present information on the various conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination, instead letting guests make their own conclusions.
Incentive Getaway provides full-service individual or group leisure travels arrangements to any destination across the globe.
Our three core areas: extension travel, individual or small group travel and individual reward travel
Bob Landon has been making wine for decades, but he didn't always have French oak barrels and stainless steel tanks at his disposal. His first forays into small-batch winemaking took place in his basement, but like Batman's love of justice, his hobby was soon elevated to a profession. Today, he and the Landon Winery staff cultivate Texas–grown viognier and tempranillo grapes into a rotating selection of house varietals.
At either location, oenophiles can deepen their knowledge of wines or simply explore the facilities. The McKinney location features an old well that dates back more than 150 years, and the 15,000 square foot Greenville location boasts more than 100 oak barrels filled with grapey blends and one batch of orange juice just pretending. Landon Winery also hosts events and classes that allow visitors to pair wines with food, sample sips, and make their own custom wines.
To refer to Kalos Farms simply as a farm belies its true nature. Sure, there are horses, and the staff sells its own grass-fed beef and lamb meat, but Kalos's countryside acres also offer cabins for lodging and trail rides that snake through more than 250 acres of wooded paths. While staying in one of the facility's three cabins––replete with private baths and cedar furniture––guests scope deer, bobcats, and wild hogs out on the trails or stop by the pavilion for dinner and wine. As the trip winds down, visitors bring home a memento of the farm by purchasing some grass-fed texas-longhorn beef or photocopying the guestbook.