Reunion Tower

An iconic city landmark which offers the best panoramic views of the Dallas skyline!

Nearby Attractions

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Dallas West End Historic District
Established in 1872, the historic district is now a blend of old buildings, museums, restaurants, residential living, and plenty of shopping.
Dealey Plaza
Though it's the gateway to the historic district, its' name is most associated with the place where JFK was assassinated in 1963.
Kennedy Memorial
Designed by Kennedy family friend, the memorial in Dallas was designed as an empty tomb, with the only inscribed words on it: John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Giant Eyeball
A 30-foot tall sculpture that became one of the city's most distinctive landmarks in Downtown Dallas.
The Sixth Floor Museum
The exhibition chronicles the life, assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
Pioneer Plaza
It's the largest public open space in the central business district which also hosts the iconic cattle statues.

Related Tours

The Best of Dallas: Private Half-Day Tour including Reunion Tower
Discover the best of Dallas on a fascinating and immersive private tour of this thriving, vibrant cosmopolitan metropolis that began as a humble farming outpost in 1840 to become a modern hub of trade, banking, food, culture, art and sport. 

On your private half-day tour you will: 

  • Step inside the unique Thanks-Giving Square with its glorious fountains and a non-denominational chapel dedicated to this uniquely American holiday - a sunken oasis in the heart of the city; 
  • See the vast 30-foot-high Giant Eyeball made of fibreglass and eerily realistic;
  • Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Main Street in the heart of the historic district of downtown Dallas, lined with chic hotels, boutiques, trendy bars, and upmarket restaurants;
  • Pass by the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library and Dallas County Courthouse;
  • Explore the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, dedicated to JFK who was tragically killed in Dallas;
  • See the John Neely Bryan Cabin: erected in 1841 by Dallas founder the farmer and lawyer from Tennessee John Neely Bryan;
  • Enter Dealey Plaza - infamous as the place where America's 35th president was assassinated; 
  • Walk onto The Grassy Knoll: the exact spot where John F. Kennedy was fatally shot in 1963;
  • See The Sixth Floor Museum from the outside - a brilliant museum dedicated to JFK's life, and what happened on that fateful day;
  • Your tour ends at the entrance to Reunion Tower, where your guide will help you enter the observation deck with your tickets and leave you to enjoy the views at your own leisure.

Dallas was founded in 1840 by the presbyterian farmer and lawyer John Neely Bryan, as a humble farming outpost. Today it remains at the heart of Texas ranching history. Dallas has since grown to become a banking and industry hub -  which it continues to be to this day - a thriving multicultural city famous for its sport, culture and Tex-Mex food! 

On your private walking tour, your guide will give you the rich history of the city - the stories of Native American displacement, of ranchers and settlers, of its transformation from cattle ranching to the cosmopolitan city it is today - with a stunning skyline of skyscrapers, a city of affluence, with upmarket shops, hotels and eateries everywhere. 

Dallas became world famous for the infamous events of 22 November 1963 when President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza. You'll walk through the Plaza and stand in the exact place it happened on the Grassy Knoll. 

Your fascinating and immersive tour ends with tickets to the amazing observation deck at the top of the Reunion Tower - with a panoramic view over the city. 


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