3 Day Dallas Highlight Group Tour

Dallas Arboretum Pixabay Public Domain

Dallas Arboretum Pixabay Public Domain

3 Day Dallas Highlight Group Tour

Day 1 You'll See:

  • Dallas Arboretum
  • Dallas Aquarium
  • Dallas Mavericks Game

Day 2 You'll See:

  • Dallas Zoo
  • Dallas Museum of Art
  • Frontiers of Flight Museum

Day 3 You'll See:

  • Texas Book Store Depository/Sixth Floor Museum/Dealey Plaza
  • Museum of the American Railroad
  • McKinney Avenue & Trolley

Day One

Dallas Arboretum
Group travelers will enjoy 66 acres of beautiful lush gardens, flowers, shrubs, tree-covered walkways, frog fountains, historical displays and more. Any group will fall in love with the beauty of the Dallas Arboretum.

Dallas Aquarium
The Dallas Aquarium is home to everything from Sharks, Penguins, crocodiles, and sea dragons to exotic birds, hummingbirds, eagles, and reptiles. Group travelers will enjoy visiting the exhibits and viewing the magnificent marine animals that call the Dallas Aquarium home.

Dallas Mavericks Game
Enjoy a Dallas Maverick NBA basketball game at the American Airline Arena. Watch the 2010-2011 World Champion Dallas Mavericks fight for a victory!

Day Two

Dallas Zoo
With over 100 acres and 2,000 animals, the Dallas Zoo is a must-see for group travelers. The zoo features many popular exhibits such as the Monorail Safari, Giants of Savannah, Crocodile Nile and many more which are sure to delight zoo visitors of all ages.

Dallas Museum of Art
The Dallas Museum of Art is over 100 years old and is home to over 22,000 pieces of art. The museum has everything from sculptures to paintings and they come from all over the world. The Dallas Art Museum is a must-see attraction for student groups.

Frontiers of Flight Museum
The Frontiers of Flight Museum is home to commercial, aviation, military, planes, and artifacts of flight. The museum has over 30 aircraft exhibits for travelers to enjoy. Visitors will love the chance to walk through the history of flight from the basic beginnings to space travel.

Day Three

Spring brings wildflowers to the Trinity River Basin that surrounds Dallas Texas

Texas Book Store Depository/Sixth Floor Museum/Dealey Plaza
The Sixth Floor Museum is located on the 6th and 7th floor of the Texas Book School Depository, where Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shots, which killed President Kennedy. The museum chronicles the assassination and the legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The museum is full of pictures, videos, and exhibits and artifacts, which will move every visitor who comes to the museum. After your visit to the museum visit Dealey Plaza below and walk in the steps of American history.

Museum of the American Railroad
Dedicated to the preservation of railroad artifacts, this museum is full of restored treasures for visitors to enjoy! Locomotives, cabooses, sleeping cars, and many other artifacts detailing the history of the American Railroad are part of the magnificent collection of the American Railroad Museum.

McKinney Avenue & Trolley
Enjoy the scenery, grab something to eat at one of the restaurants, do some shopping at one of the many shops, and then sit back and enjoy a ride through Dallas’ uptown on the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley.