​An Inside Look at Dallas’ Southfork Ranch Tour

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Southfork Ranch became a tourist destination the minute it first appeared on the hit TV show Dallas in 1978. Nearly 40 years after fans first asked, “who shot J.R.,” hundreds of thousands of annual visitors still flock to see the famous Ewing mansion. Daily tours recapture the magic of Dallas, taking visitors back to the glory days of the fictional oil magnate and his family.

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​Dallas Heats up with Summer Music Events

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More than 25 million visitors flock to the Dallas Fort Worth area every year. While the rising temperature often slows tourism during the summer, that’s good news for vacationers looking to avoid peak season crowds. There’s still plenty to do in July and August, with concert halls and theatres picking up the pace as tourists seek out indoor activities. Purchase a CityPASS for discounted admission to six local attractions including the George W. Bush Presidential Library, Dallas Zoo, and the award-winning Perot Museum of Nature & Science.    

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​Explore Kid-Friendly Dallas

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One of America’s 10 largest cities, Dallas has opportunities for adventure and education around every corner. It’s home to numerous city parks and child-friendly attractions such as the renowned Dallas World Aquarium and Dallas Zoo, as well as theme parks and sports stadiums for watching your favorite home team.

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​Summer at Southfork Ranch

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Southfork became famous when studio execs selected our ranch as the home of oil tycoon J.R. Ewing and his family on the TV series Dallas. Much of the onsite filming during the show’s 14 seasons took place during the summer, while the audience anxiously awaited the fall premiere that would reveal the resolution to the previous season’s cliffhanger.

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