Dallas Small group activities

Our most recommended Dallas Small group activities

Dallas/JFK Electric Cruiser Open-Air Tour 1 or 2 hours

1. Dallas/JFK Electric Cruiser Open-Air Tour 1 or 2 hours

Enjoy an eco-friendly alternative sightseeing tour and discover Dallas in the company of a licensed guide on this cruiser tour. Visit the West End and Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark districts. Start your tour with a visit to Pioneer Plaza, where you can see a sculpture of the Shawnee Cattle Drive, the world's largest bronze sculpture of its kind, commemorating the 19th-century cattle drives that took place along the Shawnee Trail. Next, head to the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District. Here, learn about the assassination of President Kennedy and the other historic events that took place here. Continue with a stop at the Giant Eyeball, a 30-ft tall eerily realistic replica of a human garden, for a unique photo opportunity. Make a quick stop outside Dallas City Hall and admire the unique architecture of the building before concluding your tour.

Dallas and Southfork Ranch Small-Group Combo Tour

2. Dallas and Southfork Ranch Small-Group Combo Tour

Dallas Tour Part one of this combo tour will take you to many important and iconic location in the Dallas area. You'll get to see the following:  • 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, Queen Anne/Victorian Style Houses) • The Art District (the largest in the world!) • Klyde Warren Park • The City of Highland Park (the 5th richest suburb in the USA, home to many celebrities) • Uptown the McKinney Avenue restaurant district • West End • Dealey Plaza (JFK assassination Point) Southfork Ranch Tour Texans have always believed that they live a lifestyle that's 'larger-than-life.' This is clearly demonstrated at the infamous Southfork Ranch, which featured in the long-running TV show, Dallas. For 13 years (356 episodes), this made-for-TV drama captured the imaginations of millions of people around the world.   One of the longest-running series in American television history, now guests from across the United States and around the world are invited into the 'most visited White House west of D.C.' You'll also get to enjoy the museum and shop at the visitor’s centre where you can buy Southfork Ranch gifts and Texas memorabilia. This is a truly unique experience, a chance to step into the history of television in the United States.

Dallas: Downtown E-Bike Sightseeing and History Tour

3. Dallas: Downtown E-Bike Sightseeing and History Tour

Pedal your way through downtown Dallas on this electric bike tour. Explore some of the iconic sights around the city including Dealey Plaza, the JFK memorial, Winspear Opera House, and Klyde Warren Park. Meet your guide on Elm Street, the location of JFK's fatal shooting, and set out to immerse yourself in the city's history, culture, and charm. Ride through the Dallas Arts District, the largest arts district in the United States, as you explore sights like Klyde Warren Park and Winspear Opera House with its unique modern-traditional architecture. Continue through Deep Ellum, one of Texas' first residential developments, and home to one-of-a-kind art galleries and murals. See the JFK Memorial in Dealey Plaza, the so-called "Birthplace of Texas". Finish with a ride around the AT&T Discovery District and see high-tech installations, local performers, and innovative experiences.

Dallas: Sunset Fat Tire E-Scooter Guided Tour

4. Dallas: Sunset Fat Tire E-Scooter Guided Tour

Marvel at panoramic views of Dallas during golden hour on this sunset fat tire scooter tour. Explore some of the city's most important neighborhoods, including the Dallas Arts District and the Swiss Avenue Historic District. Meet your guide on Elm Street, the location of JFK's fatal shooting, and set out to see the city's landmarks lit up by the night sky. Stop at some of the most loved and unique Dallas sights including the Dallas Arts District, the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation. Hidden within the impressive architecture of the area are Picassos, Italian opera, the works of Rodin, and Tony Award-winning theater. After the Arts District, stop at Klyde Warren Park, the green heart of the city. Continue with a ride around the AT&T Discovery District and see high-tech installations, local performers, and innovative experiences. Finally, zip through the Swiss Avenue Historic District, which represents 6 turn-of-the-century homes designed in a Victorian/Queen Anne style.

Dallas: Downtown E-Scooter Sightseeing and History Tour

5. Dallas: Downtown E-Scooter Sightseeing and History Tour

Discover downtown Dallas like a local on this fat-tyre e-scooter guided tour. Explore some of the iconic sights around the city including Dealey Plaza, the Giant Eyeball, the Dallas Farmer's Market, and Klyde Warren Park. Meet your guide on Elm Street, the location of JFK's fatal shooting, and set out to immerse yourself in the city's history, culture, and charm. Zip through the Dallas Arts District, the largest arts district in the United States, as you explore sights like Klyde Warren Park and the Dallas Farmer's Market. Continue through Deep Ellum, the live music capital of North Texas, and home to one-of-a-kind art galleries and murals. See the eerily realistic Giant Eyeball and ride through Dealey Plaza, the so-called "Birthplace of Texas". Finish with a ride around the AT&T Discovery District and see high-tech installations, local performers, and innovative experiences.

Dallas: Downtown Guided Sunset Electric Bike Tour

6. Dallas: Downtown Guided Sunset Electric Bike Tour

Marvel at panoramic views of Dallas during golden hour on this sunset electric bike tour. Explore some of the city's most important neighborhoods, including the Dallas Arts District and the Swiss Avenue Historic District. Meet your guide on Elm Street, the location of JFK's fatal shooting, and set out to see the city's landmarks lit up by the night sky. Listen to your guide as they describe the history, heritage, and culture of Dallas. Stop at some of the most loved and unique Dallas sights including the Dallas Arts District, the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation. Hidden within the impressive architecture of the area are Picassos, Italian opera, the works of Rodin, and Tony Award-winning theater. After the Arts District, stop at Klyde Warren Park, the green heart of the city. Finish with a ride around the AT&T Discovery District and see high-tech installations, local performers, and innovative experiences.

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What people are saying about Dallas

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 3 reviews

The tour was exciting, entertaining and very informative. We visited all the important points in Dallas and also had the opportunity to get out and take photos. Our guide explained everything to us and we could also ask. The small group size makes it very familiar and you have enough time for photos. I can only recommend this tour to everyone. And for every fan of the Ewings, a visit to the Southfork Ranch is a must. It is a special feeling to be in this house. A really great excursion.

We spontaneously booked this tour and were also the only ones.. so it had something individual.. We had nice stops at the hotspots of Dallas, of course John F Kennedy couldn't be missing. It was a very convenient way to discover the city.. I would wholeheartedly recommend this tour

Best way to see the city of Dallas and south fork ranch. Our tour guide Dan had a mountain of knowledge and delivered it with an enthusiasm flare that was priceless. Keep up the good work Dan ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

It was really nice exploring Dallas in the open air with Electric car The guide was nice and patient

The young lady was friendly and knowledgeable. The water bottles were a big plus