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Dallas CityPASS
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Dallas CityPASS

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Duration: 9 days
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  • Admission to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • Admission to the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
  • Plus your choice of admission to 2 of the following attractions:
  • Dallas Zoo
  • George W. Bush Presidential Museum
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • Entry/Admission - Reunion Tower
  • Entry/Admission - Dallas Zoo
  • Entry/Admission - The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
What's not included
  • Food and drinks
  • Transport to and from attractions
  • Optional admission to any special events, areas or exhibitions at each attraction


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2640DALLAS

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Attractions may require reservations and have limited hours/days of operation. Visit my.citypass.com to learn more.
  • Mobile Tickets: Present your tickets on a mobile device (or print them) for entry to the included attractions.
  • Visit my.citypass.com for up-to-date attraction information including reservations, entry instructions, hours of operation and helpful tips to plan your visit
  • Dallas CityPASS is valid for 9 days from date of first use and expire 1 year from purchase date
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Which attractions will I visit with Dallas CityPASS?
How much is Dallas CityPASS?
Dallas CityPASS price starts from $54.00. Discover and book Dallas CityPASS on Tripadvisor
What is the Dallas CityPASS cancellation policy?
Dallas CityPASS cancellation policy: All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties. Discover and book Dallas CityPASS on Tripadvisor
Which company provides Dallas CityPASS?
Dallas CityPASS is hosted by CityPASS. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact CityPASS on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Dallas CityPASS on Tripadvisor

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2640DALLAS

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Itinerary
  • Start
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  • 1
    Perot Museum of Nature and Science
    Stop: 3 hours - Admission included
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  • 2
    Reunion Tower
    Stop: 3 hours - Admission included
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  • 3
    Dallas Zoo
    Stop: 4 hours - Admission included
    See details
  • 4
    The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
    Stop: 3 hours - Admission included
    See details
  • 5
    Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Stop: 3 hours
    See details
  • You'll return to the starting point
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25 reviews
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Benn There Done That
World1 contribution
Jul 2021
You must go to each attractions to reserve a time, some days before. Read horror stories of how people bought these and then got to the attraction the day of and they were sold out, sometimes for the entire weekend. So I called the Bush Center and the 6th Floor Muesum to inquire about this. There is not a problem with getting into the Presidential Center with City Pass. However, At The 6th Floor, they recommended unless I could get there about two days before to reserve a time, I most likely would not get a reservation for the weekend. The 6th floor is normally sold out by Friday morning for the entire weekend. We were going only for the weekend, so buying the pass would not work for us.

When we were leaving the 6th floor Saturday afternoon, a disappointed man was expressing his disappointment about his family not being able to get in the entire weekend, not sure if he had bought a pass or not.

The website does tell you there are a limited amount of reservations and they may be sold out. However, it does not go into any great detail. I don’t think it would be a problem to get into the other attractions. However, I recommend you call the places you want to visit if you have a small window of time and ask them directly about using the pass and reservation availability, so you are not disappointed about your plans not turning out the way you envisioned them.

Be mindful that you must go to each ticket office to get a reservation time slot. This in itself can be very time consuming, especially if you have to go to several days before your reservation.

You can save a lot of money. However, you don’t save anything if you don’t get to see what you want to see and you have to waste a lot of time driving around making reservations. My recommendation is to call ahead. If it is going to work, buy the pass. If you have a limited time frame and want to go to see the 6th Floor, buy tickets from the ticket office.

I have purchased passes like this in the past and highly enjoyed it. The problem is because of Covid and limited amount of visitors they are letting in at a time makes the City Pass a gamble.
Written July 30, 2021
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FayeBee
Houston, TX58 contributions
Jan 2020
The pass saves a good amount of money compared to buying an individual admission ticket to a major attraction.

I do wished it offered more. I wished it offered both the Bush Library AND the Dallas Zoo.

Oh well.
Written January 5, 2020
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Evan Radle
Farmingville, NY1 contribution
Sep 2022
I was only able to do the Tower, everything else was closed unfortunately. Next time I will plan better. But trip advisor should really update things as well and make sure whatever is offered is open.

You need to call a heads and make sure that you plan accordingly in my experience.

I will not visit Dallas again unless I have business here. But it was a nice experience and next time would plant better* that’s for sure
Written September 7, 2022
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johnnypOH
Vero Beach, FL42 contributions
May 2018
Bought the Dallas City Pass at the Sixth Floor Museum (JFK site). Decided to buy the City Pass. This encouraged us to visit the Perot Museum and the Tower. All three were worth the visit so we saved 25% over normal entry cost.
Written May 13, 2018
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Lucie
1 contribution
Apr 2021 • Couples
Buying this does not actually get you entry to every place!! Only the POSSIBILITY of getting in. It's cheaper for a reason! Purchased this to try and save some money as we were going to all of these places anyway. But it ended up being a total waste of money. Places require you to go there IN PERSON first to reserve a time slot. This is very problematic if you are from out of town like we are. We went to each place on our first day in Dallas and were only able to get a time for the reunion tower. Everywhere else turned us down saying they were booked the entirety of our time in Dallas and we should have come in person sooner. We weren't even there during peak season either, just a regular weekend. After much pleading, the science museum let us in. But as for the zoo and the JFK museum, no luck. Basically, this only works if you actually live nearby. If you are from far out of town, don't bother with this and just purchase tickets normally. The extra cost is worth the guarantee you'll actually get to go to the attraction. The CityPASS is a GIGANTIC waste of money and ruined our vacation. Lesson learned, don't trust these cheap all-in-one packages.
Written April 5, 2021
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Carlos P
1 contribution
Feb 2021 • Couples
Place we're awesome but we must to visit locations twice each one in order to get appointment for next day because capacity policy. Unfortunately we wasted a lot of time to do that and really we couldn't enjoyed each fantastic places because a lack of time
Written March 2, 2021
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JSlo22
The Cincinnati Region29 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
Have already used 3 of the 4 venues. (JFK Museum, Perot Museum and Reunion Tower). Parked car in garage for the day for $10 and walked between venues easily throughout the day. JFK and Dealey Plaza very interesting. Perot Museum a GREAT venue for children and also for adults. Looking forward to Bush Library today. Worthwhile if only visiting 3 of the venues.
Written July 26, 2019
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Net2nd
Wilmington, NC97 contributions
Apr 2019
The absolute best deal to see the top attractions in Dallas. We saw the Sixth Floor Museum, Perot Museum, Reunion Tower, and George W. Bush Center. Don't miss this opportunity!
Written April 27, 2019
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Michelle S
Roanoke, TX166 contributions
May 2019
This worked well for us. we did a Dallas trip on a Sunday/ Monday. We ended up going on a Sunday to avoid school crowds at the Perot on a weekday. So we did the Perot first, walked down and did the Sixth Floor. went and checked in at the hotel and grabbed a bite before heading to the GeO-Deck. We went to the Presidential Library Monday morning and spent a great deal of time there. nice and quiet.
Written September 11, 2019
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Miranda G
7 contributions
Oct 2020
The "golden ticket" haha. Purchased the pass and went to one of the locations where they said they were sold out but we told them we had a "dallas city pass" and they pushed us right in. Great value!
Written October 6, 2020
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