Historic Tour of Dallas on Saturday, April 18th

Big TexWhat: Historic Tour of Dallas
When: Saturday April 18th from 9am-2pm
Where: Hall of State, located in Fair Park
Cost: $50 (includes lunch)
RSVP/Contact: Nora Lenhart at 214-421-4500 x101 or email Nora@dallashistory.org

This will be a cool event to attend if you're a history buff or into photography. Guided tours never fail for learning random pieces of information and also for taking some cool pictures. Get on and off the tour bus with other Dallasites and learn about the great city we live in.

:: From Dallas Historical Society ::

Do you know where the first McDonald’s was located? How about the national landmark for Art Deco? Or the Pennsylvania Railroad engine that lead the Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Procession in 1968? Dallas is literately a treasure trove of hidden facts and little-known details. This tour is for individuals who think they know all there is about our city’s history, or people who are interested in learning new trivia about their hometown. This tour – literately – has something for everybody. It will not disappoint! Tour Guide: Ken Holmes.

We are giving away 2 free tickets to the tour! All you have to do is answer this question:

In what year did Dallas celebrate its 150th birthday?

First person to email me the answer will win the tickets! Tickets courtesy of the Dallas Historical Society.

**Update: Tickets are no longer available.**

Photo: Big Tex uploaded by futurowoman

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