Visit four of Dallas' top attractions at one low price with the Dallas CityPASS. Each booklet includes tickets to the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. In addition, you have your choice of admission to either the Dallas Zoo or the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and either the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum or the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. With nine days to use all four admission tickets, you can take your time and explore the city at your own pace.Special Offer - Buy the Dallas CityPASS to save up to 41% on 4 admissions, compared to booking attractions separately. - Book Now!
This amusement park is a one-of-a-kind Texas theme park founded in 1992 with a single goal: to be the most extreme amusement park in the world. Twenty years later, that's exactly what it is! The park boasts five high-intensity thrill attractions, including such rarities as the Nothin' but Net free-fall attraction.
Texas! What image does that word conjure up? Rodeo Bull Riders? Country Music? Sizzlin' Steaks? Two Steppin' Cowgirls? This family friendly fun includes a real cowboy dinner, with real cowboy hospitality, and even a rodeo or bull riding on the weekends! Located in the Historic Fort Worth, Texas Stockyards near downtown, Billy Bob's Texas has become one of the most popular visitor attractions and meeting facilities in the state!
Turn the Dallas Arts District into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual, but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.
Visit Reunion Towers' GeO-Deck and you'll experience breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views, high-definition zoom cameras, interactive touch screens, telescopes, photo ops, and an indoor/outdoor observation deck that lets you see for miles in any direction. From 470 feet up, you'll experience the city from an entirely new view. Day or night, make the iconic Reunion Tower your first stop to explore fun things to see and do in Dallas.
Open since 2003 and located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, the Nasher Sculpture Center is home to one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world, the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection, featuring more than 300 masterpieces by Calder, de Kooning, di Suvero, Giacometti, Hepworth, Kelly, Matisse, Mir', Moore, Picasso, Rodin, Serraand and more. The longtime dream of the late Raymond and Patsy Nasher, the museum was designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano in collaboration with landscape architect Peter Walker.
Want to take a tour of Dallas but don't have a lot of time? Discover the best of Big D on this 45-minute bus tour. Ride around downtown Dallas to see approximately 65 popular sites like Dealey Plaza in the heart of the West End Historic District to the many monuments, artwork, and other locations around town. See well-known and overlooked sites while learning the history of this modern metropolis. Then, travel back in time for a 45-minute tour of the JFK assassination, learning exactly what happened minute by minute.
Price is per Group of 2-5 people. Turn Dallas into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history.
Dallas is being ravaged by a massive outbreak of the "playgue" and only you and your friends can stop it. In this mad dash through the Dallas Arts District, your team will compete to save as many lives as possible by locating interesting sites, answering bizarre trivia questions, and navigating the most strategic route possible.
On his visit to Dallas on 22 November, 1963, President John F. Kennedy rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza on his way to the Dallas Trade Mart. In the presidential car with Kennedy were his wife Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and his wife Nellie. Hundreds of well-wishers were scattered throughout the Plaza. Nellie Connally's last words to Kennedy, "Mr. President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you!" reflected the sentiment of the crowd.