Simply present your voucher on your mobile device at the first attraction you visit to receive your Dallas CityPASS ticket booklets.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Rev up your curiosity and put your brain into overdrive at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science! Where else can you race against a virtual T. rex, touch a tornado or do battle in a remote-control robot arena? Get a full day of discovery with 11 hands-on exhibit halls to explore and a cutting-edge 3D theater.
CityPASS includes general admission to 11 hands-on exhibit halls and a 3D film, plus any public programming on day of admission.
Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
Experience breathtaking 360-degree views of Dallas from 470 feet up, with high-definition zoom cameras, interactive touch screens, telescopes, photo ops and an indoor/outdoor observation deck that lets you see for miles in any direction.
CityPASS includes general admission offering 360-degree views from atop one of Dallas’ most iconic structures.
The Sixth Floor Museum
Explore the life of President John F. Kennedy, his presidency, his tragic death in Dallas and the aftermath of his assassination, all within the context of presidential and contemporary history.
CityPASS includes admission to the permanent and temporary exhibits examining the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, plus audio tour.
Be enormously entertained at the Dallas Zoo, with 106 acres to explore, thousands of animals to visit, a huge variety of family activities, and an unwavering commitment to wildlife conservation. Learn about interesting wildlife, engage in interactive fun, and support worldwide research to protect and preserve endangered species.
CityPASS includes general admission to the 106-acre zoo, featuring over 2000 animals.
George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum
Get an in-depth, interactive look at 8 years of presidential history at America’s 13th presidential library and museum. Explore important issues and events of the administration of President George W. Bush as framed by four themes: freedom, opportunity, compassion and responsibility.
CityPASS includes admission to America’s 13th presidential library and museum, including all permanent and special exhibits and special Library and Museum programming on the day of attendance, as well as a handheld audio guide.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Enjoy breathtaking views and vibrant color any day of the year at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Take time to enjoy the outdoors at this world-class urban oasis featuring 19 finely manicured gardens, seasonal festivals and activities, and a new 8-acre Children’s Adventure Garden. There is truly something for everyone at the Arboretum.
CityPASS includes general admission to this urban oasis, just minutes from downtown Dallas.
Make sure your big plans in Big D include big visits to its best attractions.
While the Dallas CityPASS booklet may seem small, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how big it acts. Tickets to the city’s best attractions are packed inside in one easy-to-use ticket booklet that's good for 9 days, so you get the very best experience and save a lot of time for a very small price – leaving you with big memories to bring home.
The CityPASS is a win-win situation. You get to plan your stay better knowing that you WILL be visiting those sites and avoids the hassle of standing in line to purchase the tickets. Fast, quick, economical and FUN!
We got to see all the sights we were going to see anyway, at a fraction of the cost. Definitely made our trip planning (and budgeting) so much easier. Loved all the places we visited.
If you want to do the tourist thing whether you’re a visitor or a "Dallasite" then the CityPASS is a must-get.
I have 3 granddaughters and I am always looking for ways to entertain and educate them without breaking the bank. The CityPASS was a real blessing! I purchased the Dallas CityPASS and we were able to see and do something new and exciting every day!
We got to do attractions that seem tailored to what we would want to do. We went to the gardens, zoo, reunion tower, and the Perot. It was a full three days worth of fun.