Our experienced guides will take you back to November 1963. Your guide will give you a view of historical Dealey Plaza, Texas School Book Depository and The Sixth Floor JFK Museum.
- Adult Ages 18+
- Child Ages 6-17
- Senior, Veteran, or First Responder Must show valid ID upon arrival
Designed with the history fan in mind!
Get a chance to see historical Dealey Plaza, The Sixth Floor, and Lee Harvey Oswald’s travels on the fateful day in 1963. Experience his residence, just as it was in 1963. Experience a tour of Dallas downtown area with stops for great photos along the way. We end out time with admission to the Sixth Floor Museum (admission included in the price).
Unique to this tour ONLY
- John F. Kennedy and the Memory of a Nation – the core exhibit on the sixth floor – is a self-guided experience.
- Using the audio guide included with admission, it takes about 90 minutes to go through the exhibit if you listen to everything.
- The seventh floor occasionally holds temporary exhibits and exploring those will add a bit of time to your Museum visit.
- Pioneer Plaza
Get a chance to see a replica of Shawnee Cattle Drive.
- Deep Ellum
Experience the lively Deep Ellum entertainment district, known for its vibrant street murals, quirky art galleries and long-time concert venues for indie and blues. It is also one of the most historically significant neighborhoods in the city.
- Klyde Warren Park
The Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre public park in Downtown Dallas, Texas. The park is located over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Opened in 2012.
- Oswald Rooming House Museums
Get a chance to see the rooming house Lee Harvey Oswald was staying in during the time of the assassination of President Kennedy.
- Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District
Dealey Plaza is a city park in the West End. It is sometimes called the birthplace of Dallas. It also was the location of the assassination of President Kennedy, on November 22, 1963
- The Texas Theatre
Oswald was arrested here while calmly watching a movie.
- Giant Eyeball
30-ft. tall, realistically rendered fiberglass sculpture of a human eyeball in a fenced garden.
- *Dallas City Hall
A quick stop for a popular photo opportunity.
- The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- Pioneer Plaza