- 7 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
This 7-hour combination tour will give you the unique opportunity to see the highlights of both Dallas and Fort Worth in one day. This small-group tour operates with up to 11 guests.
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Great overview and orientation of the city
- Live commentary on board
- Driver/local guide
- The listed price does not include a parking fee, payable at the time of tour check-in
- Food and drinks
John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
Returns to original departure point
Meet your guide at a centrally located meeting place. Your tour will incorporate many stops for photos.
• 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 featuring Queen Anne/Victorian Style houses)
• The Art District
• 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)
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.
Return to your original departure point at the end of the tour around 5pm.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- A maximum of 11 people per booking
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
This was an excellent tour. It was an all day tour leaving downtown Dallas and going to Fort Worth and returning to Dallas mid day and finishing up the tour seeing great areas in Dallas. Our guide was David and he made the tour very interesting as he was so knowledgeable about Fort Worth and Dallas. We got to ride a bull in Fort Worth and we saw some beautiful areas in Dallas that you would not see if you were not on a tour. David was an awesome guide.
Johnny was very knowledgable about Dallas and fort Worth he is very energetic funny and fun to have a tour with. Get your coffee fix though because it is a looking trip with a lots of sites to see and lots of stories to hear makes your head spin. Would recommend to any visitors to Dallas and Fort Worth who wants to get an idea about the area and history of these places.
This was an excellent day of sightseeing. Johnny was a great tour tour guide, very knowledgeable about the whole area.
Loved our guide. He was hilarious and full of knowledge about the area. Would recommend this tour to everyone in the Dallas area.
Most enjoyable and informative. Only having four people made it very easy to get around. What a fun place is Fort Worth!
So we decided we wanted to stay in Fort Worth for the entire day instead of doing the dallas tour. We organised with the company to stay and they said it would cost around 25 extra for us to stay there for the day and for them to pick us up once we were ready. We agreeed to this and stayed in contact with the company the rest of the day. When we went to the rodeo at 8pm they found me to see if we were still in Fort Worth and we told them that we were watching the rodeo and they told us thats fine give us a call when your ready to leave and we will send the car. However after many attempts at 10pm to contact the company. We were unable to get in contact. By 11pm we decided to call an Uber to take us back to Dallas. The company then rung to tell us that the power had been out and they were sorry that no one picked us up. However it is very unprofessional to leave 6 tourists stranded in a town away from their hotels. Would not recommend this tour company to anyone and would not partake in it again.
This was our first trip to Dallas, Texas and I am happy to report that it was a good decision to book a tour with you! Seeing that we did not have our own transport it was very useful to be picked up at our hotel and the interesting stories told by Johnny, our tour guide, started right there. He was very knowledgeable on his subject and passionate about his job. Fort Worth is a gem - I really loved that town! We did a lot of sightseeing and visited many beautiful sights in both Dallas an Fort Worth. What I liked most is that we walked around so much as I love to take photographs of places of interest. Thanks, this was really a great tour!