JFK Assassination Without Museum Tour(Includes Lee Harvey Oswald Rooming House) - Dallas

From USD 53.99
Per Person
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Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Instant Confirmation
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  • Duration: 2 Hrs
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  • Departure Details :
    John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, 646 Main St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Explore Dallas in 2 hours with a guide and in anair-conditioned van.Pass by Grassy Knoll and the infamous car ride that made history on November 22, 1963. Many people remember the day when they heard the news of the tragic assassination of former President John F. Kennedy as he drove through Dallas. The assassination, assumed to be by Lee Harvey Oswald, is one of the most discussed and speculated unsolved mysteries of our time. This is a small group tour with maximum 11 travelers.


Small-group tour

Choice of morning or afternoon departure

Informative, friendly and professional guide

Know More about this tour

Get picked up by your guide at your hotel and get in an air-conditioned van. This two-hour tour takes you into the world of JFK conspiracy, where you may look out over Dealey Plaza where JFK was assassinated.

Theories say that the single-bullet with evidence from the Zapruder film was indicated from the Grassy Knollthat was responsible for Kennedy's fatal head wound. Visit the simple, concrete memorial to President Kennedy, designed by architect Philip Johnson, which called it "a place of quiet refuge, an enclosed place of thought and contemplation separated from the city around, but near the sky and earth."

Finally, make a stop at the historic Texas Movie Theater in Oak Cliff, a beautiful and historic area of downtown Dallas. It gained historical significance on November 22, 1963 as the location ofLee Harvey Oswalds arrest for the killing ofDallas police officer J.D. Tippit. Today, it hosts a mix of repertory cinema and special events.

This 2-hour tour has a participation ofmaximum11 travelers.


Live commentary on board

Transport by air-conditioned

All taxes, fees and handling charges

Guaranteed to skip the long lines

Guaranteed to skip the lines


Entrance to 6 floor museum.

The listed price does not include any parking fees,if you choose to transport yourself to the departure location.



Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Children must be accompanied by an adult

This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If its canceled because the minimum isnt met, youll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 11 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 23-Oct-2019

    Johnny was the best...he said, "in his opinion"..which I considered with my opinion..and came to my own conclusions..which by the way changed from what I thought BEFORE the tour. I have a much better understanding of events.

  • 01-Oct-2019

    Tour was very informative and interesting - our tour guide was great! I liked that it was a small group tour.

  • 09-Jul-2019

    After having walked through all the steps of the persons involved, a whole new perspective was gained on this terrible occurrence.
    Our guide was well informed, timely and accommodating. Would definitely recommend this tour to anyone.

  • 29-Mar-2018

    Tour was excellent Our guide Johnny was fantastic, had so much local knowledge, shared stories and conspiracy theories and was a great character. Definitely, recommend

  • 12-Feb-2018

    This was definitely NOT worth it. Our guide John was very ill informed and seemed more interested in hinting at conspiracy theories than actually providing any solid information. We had booked the 2pm tour, but he called at 1pm to say he was already finished with his morning group and wanted to know if we wanted to start earlier. We were doing our own tour of the 6th Floor Museum and said no, but I thought it odd that he'd be finished a whole hour early. Now we know why. He had very little to say. He was just a glorified, expensive cab driver. If you are interested in the JFK story, spend the 16 to go into the Museum and tour it yourself. The price includes an audio guide, and it is excellent. You can go at your own pace and really find out what went on. Then grab a cab/Uber and have them drive you to Oswald's rooming house, where Tippit was shot, and the movie theatre where Oswald was captured. It will be way cheaper.