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JFK Assassination Tour

The history and truth of Kennedy’s assassination right where it happened
  • When 10 AM daily
  • Duration 1 hour
  • Meeting Point John Neely Bryan Cabin, 600 Elm Street

$25 per adult

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$25 per adult

$25 per adult

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  • Local experts
    Personal stories and insider travel tips
  • Top-rated
    Thousands of reviews averaging 4.9 stars
  • Worry-free booking
    Flexible scheduling and refunds

Highlights

  • Follow the path of the motorcade as you hear the personal and political stories surrounding this event.
  • Step back in time to where Abraham Zapruder captured footage of the event, and stand where “X” marks the spot the bullet landed.
  • Judge for yourself if Oswald acted alone after learning the facts and conspiracies.
  • See the landmarks of Dealey Plaza, many preserved from 1963, as well as the infamous “grassy knoll.”
  • Hear lesser-known details like JFK’s strange prediction, Jackie's personal struggle, and Oswald’s previous assassination attempt.
  • Upgrade your experience to include The Sixth Floor Museum and see the shooter’s perch, Kennedy memorabilia, artifacts, and more.

Itinerary

  • John Neely Bryan Cabin

    Recreation of an 1840s log cabin owned by Dallas’ founder

  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza

    Memorial to the president with an unusual design

  • Old Red Museum

    An 1890s courthouse turned museum that’s built like a castle

  • Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District

    Known as the Front Door of Dallas and the location where JFK was assassinated

  • Grassy Knoll

    Birthplace of the JFK assassination conspiracy theories that persist today

  • Ending point: Sixth Floor Museum

    Where you can purchase a museum ticket to see JFK artifacts, the sniper’s perch, and more

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Accessibility

This tour is accessible for strollers and wheelchairs.

Refund policy

We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours before the start time.

Meeting point

John Neely Bryan Cabin, 600 Elm Street, Dallas, TX 75202

FAQs

How much walking is there?

This tour covers about a half-mile of non-strenuous walking and is good for all fitness levels.

Is admission to the Sixth Floor Museum included in this experience?

No, we’ll discuss the importance of the historic Texas School Book Depository, now the Dallas County Administration Building, and its current role housing the Sixth Floor Museum, but the tour does not go inside the museum. We’ll end the tour at the entrance so you may purchase tickets for the museum if you wish. Our guide can give you tips and advice on what you’ll want to see inside.

What is the rescheduling policy?

We understand plans change. We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours prior to your tour start time for this tour. We also offer rescheduling to another date the tour is running at no extra cost if you’re unable to make this tour. Please keep in mind there are no refunds available if you have already rescheduled your tour.

What if it rains?

Our tours run rain or shine, so please check the local forecast to plan. In rare cases when we have to cancel for extreme weather, we’ll offer you the chance to reschedule or give a full refund.

What about gratuities?

Tips are always appreciated but never expected. They’re a great way to tell your guide they did an awesome job and show your appreciation.

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