For thirteen years, television sets were tuned into 356 episodes of "Dallas", one of the longest running TV series in history. Viewers made themselves home at Southfork, the ranch the Ewings called home and where the world was a weekly guest. Now you can visit this famous Texas ranch in person and see for yourself the lifestyle portrayed in the series.
Today, Southfork continues to welcome visitors from around the world, who come to see where "Dallas" was filmed and to experience the lifestyle made famous by the Ewings.
Whether you are an individual traveler or part of a group tour, Southfork is open daily, 'year round for guided tours of the ranch. Tour the famed Ewing Mansion and re-live exciting moments from the series in the "Dallas Legends" exhibit, featuring an exciting array of memorabilia from the series.
See the gun that shot J.R., Lucy's Wedding Dress, the "Dallas" Family Tree, and Jock's Lincoln Continental. Relax on a guided tour of the ranch grounds. Eat at Miss Ellie's Deli and shop in two themed retail stores, offering a diverse selection of clothing, accessories, gifts, and collectibles.
Tours depart the Visitors Center approximately every 30-45 minutes, and run continuously throughout the day. We are open daily, year 'round, with the exception of Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day.
10:00am to 5:00pm
(Christmas Eve until 3:00pm)
Daily tours start at 10:15 am and run every 45 minutes.The last guided tour of the day begins at 4:15 pm every day.
Your tour starts with a tram from the Visitors Center en route to the famous Ewing Mansion. You'll hear a history of the ranch, and see Texas longhorns and American quarter horses.Group Tours & Menus
At the Ewing Mansion, a tour guide will share interesting tidbits about the years of filming, both past and present, and provide insight into the TV characters of the Ewings. Guests are given a full guided tour of the "most famous White House west of D.C." Yes, you'll even see J.R.'s famous bedroom!
As you depart the Mansion, feel free to stroll through the ranch grounds, and stop and visit "Lincoln's and Longhorns" displaying Jock Ewing's original 1978 Lincoln Continental. Guests can shop here for "Dallas"-inspired men's and ladies apparel, decor, and accessories.
You'll also want to stop by the "Ranch RoundUp" shop in the Visitors Center, featuring a wide selection of Southfork gift items and Texas collectibles.