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Dallas, Texas

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World Aquarium

Dallas, Texas

Dallas is a modern metropolis in north Texas. The. Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Dallas boasts many museums in the Art District, beautiful parks, gardens and historic sites. No trip to Dallas would be complete without a traditional barbeque dinner. There is something for everyone to enjoy!

Established

1841

Population

1.345 Million

Please see a sample itinerary below. All itineraries are fully customizable.

Trip Inclusions

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Day 1

Morning – Group arrives in Dallas and meets their tour guide at the Dallas Museum of Art. With over 23,000 pieces in the permanent collection this visit is sure to bring out the Art Lover in all.

Afternoon – Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.  Your next stop will be the Dallas World Aquarium – “dedicated to bringing everyday visitors the most advanced scientific information and interactive exhibits so you feel that you are truly experiencing the most of South America’s wildlife”

Evening – Group makes their way to the hotel for check in and free time to freshen up.  Depart for a welcome dinner.  Afterwards, you’ll take a narrated city tour.  Return to hotel and get a much-needed rest.

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Day 2

Morning – After breakfast get ready to tap into your inner cowboy or cowgirl. Make your way to River Ranch at Texas Horse Park. Enjoy a guided tour of the trails at this a 600-acre equestrian facility

Afternoon – Group makes their way to Klyde Warren Park, perched atop a sunken freeway, this nationally acclaimed 5-acre oasis is just one of the examples of what makes Dallas’ downtown area so dynamic. Lunch will be on your own at one of the food trucks along the way. Continue on to the Museum at Dealey Plaza, where history was changed forever on November 22nd. The museum illustrates the life, times, and legacy of the Kennedy presidency. Return to the hotel and get ready for an evening out. Our afternoon will conclude with a visit to Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture.

Evening – Dinner will be enjoyed at the Hard Rock cafe. Continue on to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower, one of Dallas’s most popular landmarks. You will take an elevator up 470 feet to the observation deck. Take in the best 360-degree panoramic views of the city. If you are so inclined, enjoy the Reunion Tower Constellation Project, a series of touch monitors in which you can add your name and geographical information to a star

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Day 3

Morning – Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Make your way to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Afternoon – Enjoy lunch on your own. Step back in time as you make your way to the living history village at the Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park. Group will experience what life was like in North Texas during the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Evening – Return to the hotel and prepare for your farewell dinner. Group makes their way to the exciting Medieval Dinner Theater to enjoy live jousting and show.

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Day 4

Morning – Group has breakfast at the hotel before checking out. Depart for Six Flags over Texas theme park where you’ll have a day full of fun and games.

Afternoon – Enjoy lunch on your own, before departing for a safe journey home.

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