Visit the Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe, a Victorian Gothic cathedral that is being fully restored to its original splendor. The Shrine is the second largest congregation in the nation.
Glide around the Big D on a Segway. It's the combination of fun, fresh air and the unexpected that makes a Segway tour so unforgettable. See downtown historical sites, monuments, local scenery and popular dining and entertainment spots. Reservations are a must.
Every Dallas Wine Tour is fun, and unique with year-round daily excursions to hidden gems, where you’ll enjoy multiple tastings paired with a varying array of cheeses, appetizers, desserts and other accompaniments. Each four-hour tour includes stops at three wine-themed establishments, rotating among multiple venues throughout the city ensuring that every tour provides a unique experience.
Visit Dealey Plaza and experience the quiet solitude of the John F. Kennedy Memorial. The 50-foot square, open-roofed, concrete-walled monument resembles an open tomb and was designed by family friend and noted architect Phillip Johnson. Designed to the specifications expressed by former First Lady Jacquelyn Kennedy Onassis, "John F. Kennedy" is inscribed on the black marble.
Joyride through the city's Uptown area on a tour with McKinney Avenue Trolley, a fleet of air-conditioned and heated vintage trolleys that have been fully restored to their original splendor. The trolleys are also available for private trips and parties.
Take a walking tour of gorgeous sculptures, outdoor displays and other works of art via Public ArtWalk Dallas! The free, self-guided tour is a 3.3 mile route highlighting thirty pieces of art and architecture in the Arts District and downtown Dallas.
Tour the TV home of JR Ewing and the rest of the "Dallas" clan at Southfork Ranch. The ranch is open daily and features memorabilia from the TV series, including the gun that shot J.R., Lucy's Wedding Dress, the "Dallas" Family Tree, and Jock's Lincoln Continental.
History buffs will appreciate the adventure of getting to the Western Heights Cemetery. You'll have to negotiate through a sketchy part of town, but it's worth the trip to see the actual headstone and final resting place of Clyde Barrow, of "Bonnie and Clyde" infamy. Sometimes the gates are locked, sometime they aren't.