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  • Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour with Transport

    1. Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour with Transport

    Enjoy a guided tour of the Dallas Cowboys’ new football stadium where an AT&T Stadium guide will walk you through the Dallas Cowboys’ new football expansive stadium.  Tour the grand stadium, the radio box, the press boxes, the private suites, the Cotton Bowl offices, Dr. Pepper Star Bar, and the Ford Motor Company Fountain. Have the chance to stand on the field and throw a ball.

    Then, just as the players do after a game, head to the locker room, the post-game interview room, and even see the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleaders locker room. Enjoy an amazing 3-hour tour that will make you feel like a star.

    Very good tour. I’m surprised that the Cowboys don’t have a QR code that allows you to download a fact sheet. Many of the stats of the building of the stadium are impressive.

  • VIP Guided Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour and City Sightseeing

    2. VIP Guided Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour and City Sightseeing

    The city of Dallas has an amazing history, and along with this historical narrative, you will see all the top sites in Dallas. Begin your tour in Founders Plaza, where you will visit the Old Red Court House, John Neely Bryan Cabin, JFK memorial, and Pioneer Plaza. Head past Dallas City Hall and Thanks-Giving Square as you head to Deep Ellum known for its giant robot statues. From there, head to Wilson Block, a historic neighborhood in Dallas known for Queen Anne, Victorian Style houses as you make your way to the Dallas Art District where you can snap a photo of iconic sculptures. Cruise over to Klyde Warren Park where you can walk under the famous white arches. Make your way to Uptown McKinney Avenue known as the restaurant district in Dallas as you find your way back to Dealey Plaza, where former President, John F. Kennedy was assassinated.  After exploring the top sites in Dallas, em...

    Johnny was great on the city tour. He had energy and spunk. However, our guide for the stadium tour, although a nice person, did not have the personality to be a tour guide. He was very knowledgeable, but very dry. It made it difficult to pay attention during the tour.

  • San Antonio: Haunted Walking Ghost Tour

    3. San Antonio: Haunted Walking Ghost Tour

    Explore a hotbed of paranormal phenomenon in San Antonio and find out about the history you never hear about in books. Listen to countless stories of strange and unpleasant happenings from your professional guide. Your tour guide will take you through historic downtown San Antonio to 8–12 different locations around the Old Town area (depending on whether you choose the standard or extended tour). Get a glimpse of the dark underbelly of San Antonio history as each haunted location ratchets up the tension of the tour. During the tour, see several key historic locations and properties around downtown San Antonio and the Old Town area. If you select the Extended Tour route, enjoy an additional 30 minutes of blood-curdling stories to fuel your imaginations and your nightmares.

    Great way to learn about SA history and just the right amount of spooky. Our guide Megan was excellent.

  • Dallas: JFK Assassination and Sixth Floor Museum Tour

    4. Dallas: JFK Assassination and Sixth Floor Museum Tour

    Explore the history and the world of conspiracies around the tragic assassination of former president John F. Kennedy. Travel to Dealey Plaza, where you can look out over the Grassy Knoll where the assassination took place. The tour includes museum tickets to the Sixth Floor Museum located in Dealey Plaza. From there, head to the John F. Kennedy Memorial. The memorial is surrounded by soaring concrete walls that appear to float, capturing the feeling of loss felt around the world following Kennedy’s assassination. End your tour by visiting the home of Lee Harvey Oswald. Learn about the conspiracies around Oswald before being dropped off in downtown Dallas.

    If you like “living history” that you can walk among and see/feel, this is a MUST! Lots of great, not commonly known, facts about the Assassination event. Plus, a very helpful tour of Dallas. If you have 4 hours to spend while in Dallas, this is a MUST DO!

  • Space Center Houston with transportation

    5. Space Center Houston with transportation

    Visit Space Center Houston, the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston’s No. 1 attraction for international visitors and the first Smithsonian Affiliate in the greater Houston area. Discover more than 400 space artifacts including flown spacecraft, the largest collection of moon rocks on public display. Explore the red planet in the new Mission Mars exhibit. Experience a virtual Martian sunset, climb into a simulated Orion capsule, and feel the texture of rock cliffs. Discover what it takes to travel to Mars, the hardware required, and how we may live on the red planet in the next few decades. See the international landmark Independence Plaza presented by Boeing, the only shuttle replica mounted on a shuttle carrier aircraft, and the only place where you can enter both vehicles. Get a rare glimpse into the historic shuttle era and the NASA breakthroughs and techn...

  • San Antonio: Tower of Americas, River Walk Cruise & Bus Tour

    6. San Antonio: Tower of Americas, River Walk Cruise & Bus Tour

    Start your day on a hop-on hop-off city tour where you can enjoy a 1-hour narrated tour on the top deck of the double-decker bus.  Along the way, you'll have access to explore 19 top sightseeing destinations in San Antonio, including the Alamo, the Pearl Brewery, the San Antonio River Walk. On your hop-on hop-off city tour, you will have access to 19 stops in Downtown San Antonio: 1. The Alamo 2. Pearl Entertainment Complex 3. San Antonio Museum of Art House 4. VFW Post 76 5. Augie’s BBQ Restaurant 6. Riverwalk Museum Reach 7. Tobin Center 8. Veterans Memorial Park 9. Travis Park and St. Anthony Hotel 10. Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum 11. Riverwalk/ River Cruise 12. San Fernando Cathedral/Spanish Governor’s Palace 13. Market Square/El Mercardo 14. Hotels on Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard 15. King William Historic District 16. Southtown 17. Yanaguana Garden 18. Tower of the Americas...

    4 of us bought the bus pass, river cruise and tower of America ticket. We really enjoyed all of it. It was well worth the price! I would do it again.

  • Houston Hop on-City Tour: 2-Day Pass

    7. Houston Hop on-City Tour: 2-Day Pass

    Experience the major sights of Houston on a fun and comprehensive bus city tour. On this relaxing and informative excursion you’ll see Buffalo Bayou, the historical downtown area, the theater district, historic Texas Avenue, the sports stadiums, the museum district, and much more. Your guided tour begins at the Visitors Center located at 1302 Dallas street. From here, you’ll board the comfortable bus that’s parked right outside. Explore Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s birthplace. See the downtown historical district and the city’s tunnel system, admire the breathtaking skyscrapers, and marvel at the spectacular views from atop the unique double-decker bus. You’ll travel down Texas Avenue and see the Rice Hotel where President Kennedy delivered his last public speech in Houston before his assassination in 1963. You can also listen to his speech on the tour bus. Continue on to Minute Maid Park,...

    I gave a 5 star because they are a small family owned business. I'm from Chicago and to be honest it was kind of boring. So use to fast pace hustle and bustle of my city it was kinda quiet and underwhelming BUT im glad we went.

  • Dallas: Haunted Walking Tour with Dealey Plaza

    8. Dallas: Haunted Walking Tour with Dealey Plaza

    Enjoy this spooky walking tour and learn the history behind famous Dallas locations. Encounter history and the paranormal, and hear stories of the spirits who still linger. Visit Dealey Plaza, site of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Hear chilling tales of haunted encounters. Visit the Old Red Museum, location of numerous executions in the past. Learn the history of the John Neely Bryan cabin, and find out why voices and giggling can still be heard. Encounter other terrifying stories as you see the sights of Dallas in a different light. Experience the spooky side of Dallas as your guide shows you its haunted streets.

    Dalton was an amazing tour guide. Made the tour fun and was very informative. I learned some new pieces of history that I wasn’t aware of that had happened in Dallas. 10/10 would recommend

  • Austin: Panoramic City Center Tour with Stops

    9. Austin: Panoramic City Center Tour with Stops

    With an Austinite as your driver and guide, explore everything from Austin’s towering downtown buildings to its historic architecture, murals, and nature. Enjoy GPS audio narration and stops along the way to fully experience the city’s iconic spots.

    Put on your sanitized single-use headsets and listen to a GPS-powered audio tour featuring real-time entertaining conversations about the sights you see along the drive, conveniently available in both English and Spanish.

    For your first stop, visit the James D. Pfluger Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge that arches over Lady Bird Lake.

    Get out and stroll along part of the bridge, taking in breathtaking views of the water and the city skyline. Learn about Lady Bird Lake’s ecosystem and lesser-known facts about Austin from your guide as you look over the city.

    Along the way, expect to find ...

  • Austin: Electric Bike City Sightseeing Tour

    10. Austin: Electric Bike City Sightseeing Tour

    Start at the shop and get outfitted to a pedal-assist E-bike. After a quick safety meeting and pre-ride warm-up, head towards the South Congress District and check out many of Austin's most famous murals where you'll have time to stop and snap some photos before heading on to your next adventure. Head towards the new boardwalk and take in the views of the Austin skyline before heading north to check out Downtown Austin. As you enter the downtown area, see some of Austin's most popular entertainment districts including Rainey Street and 6th Street. Continue towards the Texas State Capitol and get a chance to walk inside and check out the famous rotunda. Finish your tour by heading to the University of Texas campus and learn about the school's history. On your way back to the shop, stop at Texas's oldest swimming pool and the gem of Austin, Barton Springs. This natural pool is a recreati...

    Michael was our guide and was very informative and friendly. Water was provided and the bikes were a blast to ride. Glad I did this.

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What people are saying about Texas

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 82 reviews

Even though I was the only person on the tour, Domingo went above and beyond to give me a marvelous tour. I appreciate your company not canceling on me. Domingo knows so much wonderful history about the area. I learned so many interesting facts which just enhanced the tour. It was a very enjoyable morning.

I gave a 5 star because they are a small family owned business. I'm from Chicago and to be honest it was kind of boring. So use to fast pace hustle and bustle of my city it was kinda quiet and underwhelming BUT im glad we went.

My friend and I came to Austin for a girls weekend and wanted to experience Salt Lick & some wineries but didn't want to have to rent a car. This was the perfect amount of time and our guide, Jax was AMAZING! Highly recommend!

Chris was our tour guide and an excellent tour guide at that , my favorite part of the small guided tour was the gelato dessert truck I was able to see the inside of the capital and a lot of attractions along the way

Preston is THE Best tour guide ever! So knowledgeable about the real history of Dallas!