Choose from Three Options
- $19 for a combo tour for two ($40 value)
- $39 for a combo tour for four ($80 value)
- $59 for a combo tour for six ($120 value)
The combo tour merges two of the company’s most popular tours: a bus tour of about 60 sites across Dallas, and a JFK-themed tour that visits Dealey Plaza and the rooming house of Lee Harvey Oswald. The tour lasts about 90 minutes in total.
Dallas City Tour
The guides at Dallas City Tours are proud to share stories about their city's beloved museums, churches, and gardens. But they also don't shy away from one of the darkest chapter's in Dallas history: the John F. Kennedy assassination. Above all, their tours introduce patrons to the city's past and present, through expeditions that unfold on foot, on a tour bus, or even in a limo. Below, three highlights of their tours.
1. You see history come to life.
JFK was assassinated more than 50 years ago, but Dallas City Tours' guides make that fateful day feel anything but musty by providing experiential details. In the company's limo tour, guests glide along the same route as JFK's last motorcade. They can also visit Lee Harvey Oswald's rooming house, and the Texas Theater, the site of his arrest.
2. There's no need to miss a Dallas landmark.
City tours show between 60 and 80 local landmarks, from Guadalupe Church to Victory Park to the JFK memorial. This last site—a square, roofless room—is what the designer calls an "open tomb," a pure white reminder that Kennedy's spirit flies free.
3. You can get around with clean energy.
Visitors can tour the city on golf-cart-like electric Cruizers. Another eco-friendly option? Hitting the streets on a battery-powered bike, a convenient alternative to riding a horse that's riding two unicycles.