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What are some fun sightseeing tours in Dallas?

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Dallas offers a variety of sightseeing tours ranging from visits to city landmarks and Cowboy Stadium to a tour of places significant to President John F. Kennedy's assassination. There are also segway, running, food and urban adventure tours.

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In the JFK assassination and museum tour, guests explore the mystery around he former president's death, including a visit to the Grassy Knoll, Dealey Plaza and the Kennedy Memorial. The tour takes guests to the home that Lee Harvey Oswald claimed JD Tippit was killed in, as well as downtown Dallas' historic Texas Movie Theater in Oak Cliff.

With stops for photos throughout the trip, a Dallas landmark tour brings guests to many famous sights throughout the city, including visits to Deep Ellum, the Art District, Old Red Court House, Klyde Warren Park and Thanksgiving Square. Along the way, guests also travel to Dealey Plaza, the McKinney Avenue restaurant district and the City of Highland Park.

For an evening tour, tourists can enjoy wine, flatbread and cheese at The Art of Wine winery, followed by dessert at various locales and a final stop at The Free Man, where jazz and dancing serve as entertainment. Visitors with a sweet tooth can take part in a chocolate tour that stops at Village Baking Company and CocoAndre Chocolatier, Isabelly's Chocolate and Sweet Treats. The tour guide hosts chocolate trivia with chocolate prizes.

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