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Fort Worth: Downtown, Historic Sundance Square District, Fort Botanical Gardens and the Cultural Arts districts. Tour Stops: Fort Worth Water Gardens; Old Fire Station #1; Rose Garden overlook at Botanical Gardens; visit the Sid Richardson Museum. Historic Stockyards for authentic cattle drive.
Downtown Dallas, West End Historic District, Dealey Plaza, John F. Kennedy Memorial, Reunion Area, Trail Drive at Pioneer plaza and Cultural Arts District
Sixth Floor Museum - The Museum is located on the sixth and seventh floors of an early 20th-century warehouse formerly known as the Texas School Book Depository. The permanent exhibit features films, photographs and artifacts that chronicle President Kennedy's life, death and legacy.
Stockyards Championship Rodeo - Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Tie Down Roping, Team Roping, Barrel Racing & More!
Southfork Ranch - home of the Ewings of "Dallas" - one of the longest running series in television history.
Billy Bob’s Texas - The World's Largest Honky Tonk! Dinner, live music and learn how to line dance.
SAN ANTONIO/GRUENE, TX
Famous San Antonio River Walk and Paseo del Rio Tour (Riverboat Tour)
Tour of the Alamo!
Gruene Hall - Historic Texas Dance Hall – enjoy Texas’ German Heritage, live music and dancing. Charming little town rich with German History, antique shops, restaurants, and specialty shops.
San Antonio City Tour
• Mission San Jose - beautifully restored!
• Mission Concepcion - most original
• Southwest School of Arts and Crafts - a gem!
• Market Square
• King William Historical District
• San Fernando Cathedral - oldest Catholic parish in Texas and much more!
Texas Hill Country/Austin, TX
Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch
Guided tour through the LBJ Ranch where the president was born, lived, died and was buried. After the President’s death in 1973, Mrs. Johnson continued to live at the Ranch part time until her death in 2007.
The Texas Capitol is an extraordinary example of late 19th century public architecture and is widely recognized as one of the nation's most distinguished state capitols. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986 for its “significant contribution to American history”.
Visit LBJ Library on University of Texas Campus
Six decades of American history from the life of Lyndon Johnson from his boyhood to President. Exhibits features the turbulent sixties, 1968 “Stretch” Lincoln automobile used in Washington and Austin, 1910 Model T Ford given by Henry Ford II, treasures presented to the president and the nation, the Vietnam Experience, photographs, documents and more.
KERRVILLE, TX AND FREDERICKSBURG
Museum of Western Art- dedicated to excellence in the collection, preservation, and promotion of Western Heritage - the Cowboys, the Native Americans, the Settlers, the Mountain Men and others who tamed the West...share their adventure through the rotating exhibits on display at the Museum of Western Art where the legend of the American West lives on.
James Avery Visitors Center and Retail Shop
National Museum of the Pacific War
The Wildseed Farm – largest in the country
Luckenbach, Texas - made famous worldwide when the song “Luckenbach Texas (Back to the Basics)” became a massive hit for Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson.
City Tour of Houston
San Jacinto Monument
Space Center Houston & Galveston Tours