The Atlanta CityPass is a ticket booklet that allows visitors to experience the best of Atlanta at one amazing low price- a $129.23 value for just $73.25 (adults) and $107.48 value for $59.35 (youth). You’ll save 43% compared to combined regular box office prices. Plus, travelers save time avoiding long ticket lines.

Top Activities

Stone Mountain Park : Located within Metro Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park is 3,200 acres of pristine forest, beautiful landscapes, and wide-open spaces where your group can enjoy fun attractions and world-class festivals and events.

Georgia Aquarium : Visit the world’s largest and most engaging aquarium, and see things you’ve never seen before. . Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, the Aquarium tells a global water story and features whale sharks, beluga whales, touch tanks and a 4-D theater.

World of Coca-Cola : Ready to Play? Over 60 different flavors to sample. A wild ride around the globe in a 4-D cinematic adventure. A life-sized Polar Bear. The secret formula. Over 120 years of history in the making. The only thing missing is you.

Inside CNN : Journey into the heart of the world’s news leader at Inside CNN Atlanta. This 55-minute behind-the-scenes tour shows you exactly what it takes to deliver the news available to over 2 billion people worldwide.

High Museum of Art: From a stately home on Peachtree Street to its current award-winning buildings in a spectacular setting, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta has grown to become the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States with its renowned collection of classic and contemporary art and renowned architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.

Ideas for First Timers:

  • World of Coca-Cola
  • Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
  • Georgia Aquarium
  • Piedmont Park
  • Inside CNN Studio Tour

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Little Five Points
  • Center for Civil and Human Rights
  • Atlanta History Center
  • Ponce City Market
  • Atlanta Botanical Garden

Special Events

Sunset Sessions at Piedmont Park

Join Radio 105.7 & Bowery South Presents every Sunday at Park Tavern. Experience an amazing night of FREE music while the sun sets behind the Atlanta Skyline.

Friday Fiesta: YP Cinco de Mayo Celebration

We are partnering with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra young professionals group Bravo! for a Cinco de Mayo blowout bash. Sip a margarita and enjoy a happy hour concert with the ASO from 6:30 to 7 p.m. Grab another drink on your way to First Fridays at the High Museum for drop-in art making and live performances.

Atlanta Braves vs Mets

Come support the Atlanta Braves as they take on the Mets.

Local Transportation

Woodburn’s Motor Coach : Woodburns’s Motor Coach offers quality and reliability to our clients with over 30 years of experience at an affordable price. Woodburn’s offers chartered services, tour planning, specialized tours, and day trips.

1Olympus Limousines : Georgia’s only limousine company with National Certification in Safety and Service Quality by the National Limousine Association. 1 Olympus provides impeccable personalized service with late model luxury sedans, 6-14 passenger limousines as well as 15 passenger vans.

Cooper Atlanta : Cooper-Atlanta is the premiere transportation service provider in the Atlanta luxury and business travel industry. From sedans to SUVs, to vans, minibuses and full-size coaches, Cooper-Atlanta can assist with ground transportation across the globe.

MTI Limo & Shuttle Service: Our full service location is 5 minutes from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta. Our Atlanta location includes an on-site mechanic shop comprised of highly qualified mechanics that keep our fleet safe and in mint condition. Our current fleet includes Luxury Sedans, Stretch Limousines, Vans, Lincoln Navigators, Mini-Buses, Limo-Bus and Luxury Motor Coaches.

Distance From Major Airports

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (to downtown) – 10 miles


Atlantic City offers the best in gaming along with stellar attractions, tax-free shopping, spectacular nightlife and delicious dining the perfect setting for the best vacation experience. Take a stroll on the iconic world-famous Boardwalk and visit the eclectic shops, amusement piers and pick up some original salt water taffy and experience why more than 21 million visitors visit our seaside city every year!

Top Activities

Steel Pier is a perfect place for your group event. Packages are available with casino and non-casino properties. Whether it’s a family reunion, birthday party, or another special celebration, Steel Pier will custom-design your event to make it unique and memorable, enjoy thrill rides, family entertainment and some of the best boardwalk fare on the East Coast.

Lucy the Elephant, originally named “Elephant Bazaar” was built in 1881. Lucy stands six stories tall and weighs 90 tons. In 1976, she was designated as a National Historic Landmark. Lucy has been dubbed as the Oldest Roadside Attraction in America. She is the World’s Largest Elephant.

Hop aboard Atlantic City Cruises for a fun-filled ocean/ bay cruise or the 1 Dolphin Watching Adventure featured on The Weather Channel and NY Times. Cruises depart daily April- November. Free motor coach parking and a full beverage service is available.

Tanger Outlets, The Walk welcomes you to our Atlantic City Destination. We invite you to make a day of shopping part of your itinerary. Tanger even offers special services for groups of 15 or more with Complimentary Coupon Books, Merchandise Rewards and Gift Card Bonus (One hour minimum stay required).

Take an amazing journey into time and above it all as you ascend the 228 steps of the Absecon Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in the country. You’ll see breathtaking views of the Atlantic City skyline and up top you’ll come face-to-face with the original first-order Fresnel Lens, first lit in 1857.

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Stroll The Old Wooden Way, the Atlantic City Boardwalk
  • Take a chance with Lady Luck in one of our 8 Casino Resorts
  • Dip your toes in the Atlantic Ocean
  • Tax-Free shopping in over 100 outlets, within walking distance of the Boardwalk
  • Dine at a celebrity chef restaurant, we have many to choose from!

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Historic Gardner’s Basin, dolphin watching, fishing, aquarium and crafter cottages
  • Steel Pier, oldest amusement pier on the East Coast, featuring a soon to be completed observation wheel
  • Historic Town of Smithville, cobblestone streets, eateries and shops
  • Absecon Lighthouse, tallest in New Jersey and 3rd tallest in the United States
  • Golf enthusiasts, there are 22 golf courses around Atlantic City from beginner to expert

Special Events

Atlantic City Comedy Club presents Dupree Lee, Matt Bridgestone and Zach Pickert

Atlantic City Comedy Club brings you the best show in town every weekend. Catch the funniest comedians from New Jersey, Philadelphia and New York right here in Atlantic City! We are located right off the boardwalk in Playground Pier, and are a great start or end to your night on the town. Consistently rated as the best comedy club in Atlantic City, we always bring you an evening full of fun and laughs. With:

Dupree Lee
Zach Pickert
Matt Bridgestone

Rock of Ages Band

Stars from the original cast of the Broadway smash hit musical! This is not the Rock of Ages play.

Broadway’s Rock of Ages Band was built around the party and the rock hits from the glam, metal bands of the ‘80’s, including songs by artists such as Bon Jovi, Foreigner, Joan Jett, Styx, Pat Benatar and many more! Catch the cast of the Broadway smash hit as they close down Totally ’80’s Month.

21-Point Atlantic City Tour

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride through Atlantic City. Situated on the historic Absecon Island and home to nearly 40,000 people, you’ll discover where to go and what to do while visiting our great city. Best known as the “Welcome Tour of AC,” you will be introduced to its charming neighborhoods, landmarks, and historic sites. This tour includes 50 points of interest in this 17.4 square mile resort. You will be treated to a historical narrative of today and yesterday, salt water taffy, area meal coupons, professional tour guide and host, and citywide transportation.

Local Transportation

Academy: Academy Bus, the largest privately owned and operated transportation company in the US, has been serving the Northeast region for over 40 years. Known industry-wide, for our customer service and well maintained, new equipment we have set standards for ground transportation from Boston to Washington, DC.

Greyhound: Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations across North America with a modern, environmentally friendly fleet. It has become an American icon, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to nearly 18 million passengers each year in the United States and Canada.

Great American Trolley Company: Great American Trolley offers safe transportation that’s fun to ride as well as complete transportation management.

Stouts Transportation: Our coach bus rentals can accommodate small group travel in an affordable minibus charter. Our larger coach buses can accommodate 55+ passengers visiting all the tourist attractions you can find. Stouts coach for hire service will help you select the best charter bus rentals for your next group getaway.

Distance from Major Airports

  • ACY: Atlantic City International Airport (to downtown Atlantic City) – 13 miles
  • Philadelphia International Airport (to downtown Atlantic City) – 64.3 miles
  • Newark International Airport (to downtown Atlantic City) – 120 miles

Local Tour Guides

A1 Tours: A1 Tours offers tours of historic attractions in the Atlantic City and southern NJ area. The “Family Fun Day,” “Ultimate Wine & Dine,” the “Sightseers/Shoppers Delight ” and the “Nature & Eco” tours are certain to delight the entire family. Leaving from Brighton Park in Atlantic City.

Atlantic City Trolley Tours: Fully-guided sightseeing trolley tours showcase the region’s exciting attractions. Delightful tours feature stops at the Absecon Lighthouse, Atlantic City Aquarium, James Saltwater Taffy Factory, Cape May and more.

Customized group tours available. Tours are operated by the Great American Trolley Company. Rent a trolley for your event and ride in style!


In the evening, the city echoes with the sounds of all types of music. This vibrant and pedestrian friendly cosmopolitan city offers a variety of things for travelers to see and do. Austin, with its lakes and rolling hills, is the gateway to the scenic Texas Hill Country. See some of the many areas you can explore.

Top Activities

Zilker Park/Barton Springs Pool: Austin’s 361-acre park is home to picnic facilities, a disc golf course, a large playground for children, the Zilker Zephyr train (great for kids/families), and Barton Springs Pool, an urban oasis where swimmers plunge into 68-degree,
spring-fed waters. Park: $3 parking. Free picnic facilities, playground.

Texas State Capitol: This sunset red edifice is the largest of America’s 50 statehouses, and stands 14 feet taller than the U.S. Capitol. Free guided tours depart every 15 minutes from the south lobby.on I-35, Prime Outlets San Marcos is the largest outlet shopping destination in Texas and third-largest in the world. This spectacular shopping mecca has luxury, brand-name outlet stores including SAKS Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Gucci and more—all offering savings of up to 65% .

LBJ Presidential Library: Exhibits chronicle the political life and times of LBJ. The First Lady’s Gallery highlights the legacy of Lady Bird
Johnson. The collection’s focus is on six decades of American history and how the Johnsons fit into those times.

South Congress Avenue: The strip of South Congress just below Lady Bird Lake sees politicos, hipsters and students come together to visit antique shops, eclectic restaurants and vintage retailers. This has become the essential “hip strip” of the city.

6th Street, Rainey Street and More: You’re headed to Austin, and want to experience the diverse nightlife scene that you’ve heard so much about. Where do you begin? Whether you’re looking for a dance party at a mainstream club, want to jam out to local bands, or check out the artisan craft brew scene, our growing city showcases an option that appeals to every preference.


Special Events

ATX Television Festival

Downtown Austin
ATX Festival is the first festival devoted to Television’s history and future. It functions like a traditional film festival with premieres of new series, current hits and cult favorites. ATX Television Festival also offers access to the industry’s leading professionals with cast and creator Q&A’s and panels focusing on innovation in both production and content delivery.

Republic of Texas Biker Rally

Travis County Exposition Center and Sixth Street
The state’s largest motorcycle gathering attracts thousands of bikers for rides, parades and music.

Central Texas Juneteenth 2K, Parade & Celebration

MLK Blvd. and Rosewood Park
Juneteenth, also known as “Freedom Day” or “Emancipation Day,” is the oldest known African American celebration commemorating the end of slavery. This annual event features a 2K walk/run, parade floats and entertainment and celebration at Rosewood Park.

Local Transportation

SuperShuttle of Austin: 512-258-3826 The easiest and most cost-effective airport shuttle service to and from the airport from your home, office or hotel.

Austin Black Car Service: We proudly offer a fleet of vehicles to meet all your needs. Each of our services is provided with your safety and expectations of elite service in mind. Our drivers will provide only the best in service, with extensive knowledge of the Greater Austin, Houston and San Antonio area, giving attention to every little detail to make your ride comfortable and relaxing. Plan your next event, executive conference, or outing with us.

Elegant Limousine & Charter: 512-477-5466 Austin Elegant is the largest “full-service” transportation company in south Texas and a leading provider of services worldwide. We only utilize professional certified chauffeurs in all of our vehicles.

R&R Limousine and Bus: Whether you need transportation for a corporate event, school outing, special occasion or airport service, R&R Limousine and Bus has both the vehicles and chauffeurs you want to meet your needs.

StarShuttle: 512-479-8100 Star Shuttle offers a variety of services, including: local trips, long-distance charters, corporate meetings and events, military movements, student transportation, special events and much, much more.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (to downtown) – 10 miles

Local Tour Guides

Austin Overtures: The tour gives you insights into the up-and-coming urban scene, highlighting it’s unique and popular shopping, rich history, extraordinary food, outdoor life-style, the local arts, culture and music scene, hip and trendy East Austin, and a peek at the beautiful Texas Hill Country and Lakes. Contact: [email protected]

Austin Duck Adventures: A fun, narrated, amphibious tour of downtown Austin that ends with a splash on Lake Austin. Tours and tickets available at Austin Visitor Center. Contact: [email protected]

Austin Eats Food Tours: Taste quintessential local Austin via walking/bus/bike food tours. Contact: [email protected]

Austin Historic Walking Tours: Learn about the history and architecture of downtown Austin on free, guided walking tours of Congress Ave., E. Sixth St. and the Bremond Block.

Double Decker Austin Hop On/Hop Off Tour: Enjoy Austin’s only hop on/hop off sightseeing and historic double decker tour!
You will learn all about Austin and it’s rich history while enjoying an awesome view of the city from atop of a double decker bus. By hopping off of the bus you can self-explore the downtown districts.


It is home to “America’s Mountain”, Pikes Peak, where Katharine Lee Bates wrote the poem “America the Beautiful”. Early pioneers use to paint their wagons “Pikes Peak or Bust”, and nowadays folks can race to the top in cars, drive, hike, take the Cog Railway or run in the annual Pikes Peak Marathon. Colorado Springs also boasts two of the “Top 100 Events in North America” as rated by the American Bus Association (ABA): The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo July 9-12 and The Colorado Balloon Classic Aug. 30-Sept. 1.

Top Activities

Garden of the Gods Park (and Visitor & Nature Center): #1 Park in the USA and #2 in the world by TripAdvisor® in 2014! The Park is always free and annually, visitors from all 50 states and more than 60 countries discover the beauty and history of this amazing park, which has been designated as a National Natural Landmark.

Pikes Peak – American’s Mountain: Pikes Peak forms a stunning backdrop for Colorado Springs and the Garden of the Gods. It’s the second most visited mountain in the world after Mt. Fuji in Japan. It’s the 31st highest peak out of 58 Colorado peaks. Hike, drive or take the world’s highest Cog Railway to the summit.

United States Air Force Academy: The U.S. Air Force Academy is FREE and open to visitors daily from 09:00 – 17:00. Visitors may access several overlooks across the Academy, the Cadet Chapel, the Honor Court, Arnold Hall, the Cadet Field House, Falcon Athletic Center, Falcon Stadium, the Association of Graduates building and the Visitor Center.

Adventures Out West: Welcome to Adventures Out West. We enjoy showing guests the splendor of our western countryside. Adventures Out West is Colorado Springs premier recreation provider for the past 39 years. We offer Hot Air Balloon Flights, Mountain 4X4 Tours, Segway Tours, Zipline Tours, Guided Hikes, and more! Tour operator net rates available.

Pikes Peak Cog Railway: There isn’t an experience like the Pikes Peak Cog Railway. With an average grade of 12%, the Railway climbs the 14,115 feet to the top of Pikes Peak Mountain on a special track. It’s an incredible ride and one you and your family won’t want to miss!

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Garden of the Gods
  • Stables at the Broadmoor
  • Pikes Peak
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
  • Red Rock Canyon
  • Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
  • Old Colorado City Historic District

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • United States Air Force Academy
  • Battlefield Colorado
  • Pikes Peak Hwy
  • Starr Kempf’s Metal Sculptures
  • Glen Eyrie Castle

Special Events

Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack: June 17-18, 2017

June 17 & 18, 2017 at the Colorado Springs Airport – Airstrip Attack is a half-mile side-by-side roll race and trap speed competition featuring more than two hundred of the fastest, most powerful street cars in the nation. The Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack is currently the only event in the country where participants have the opportunity to come together at a venue of this size and importance while competing for the title of the Mile High Victor. Thousands of automotive and speed enthusiasts are expected to be in attendance as dozens of the industry’s top manufacturers, personalities and performance and lifestyle organizations come out to participate, support and exhibit at the event.

Colorado Classic: Aug 10-13, 2017

From Aug. 10-13, a world-class and international field of professional, men cyclists will race more than 300 miles in multiple, fan-friendly circuits, combining the exciting elements of each day’s start and finish into the same location. The Colorado Classic will also feature two days of professional women’s cycling, beginning in Colorado Springs on Aug. 10 and concluding the following night with a women’s only event under the lights in Denver.

Each day of the Colorado Classic will showcase an interactive start/finish area, and the daily routes will combine downtown circuits of each city with the beauty of Colorado’s legendary terrain and landmarks.

The inaugural Colorado Classic, designated a 2.HC race by Union Cycliste Internationale (Aigle, Switzerland), will host 18 world-class, domestic and international teams, comprised of 6-riders each. The women’s field expects some of the top professional cyclists in the U.S. The Denver portions of the race will feature a companion festival of national music acts, a marketplace and much more. Details on those plans will be released in the coming weeks.

Salute to Veterans Rally: Aug 18-20, 2017

Rally. There will be hundreds of motorcycles lining the streets of the historic mining town of Cripple Creek, all in tribute to American veterans.

Each year, the motorcycle ride is part of this growing festival. Wave your flag during the Veteran’s Parade and listen to VIP guest speakers. Watch a wild west gun fight and aircraft flyovers. Visit with food and souvenir vendors. Cool off and place your bets in one of the region’s casinos. Most importantly, take pause at the Vietnam Memorial Traveling Wall at the Cripple Creek High School athletic field.

You don’t need to be part of this motorcycle rally in Colorado to join in on the Friday poker run. The best hand takes all in this old-school format run. On Saturday and Sunday, listen to free concerts and join in on the Saturday night street dance in the Freedom Beer Garden.

The military remembrance ceremonies are the centerpiece of this salute to veteran’s event. On Saturday, everyone is encouraged to attend at Cripple Creek’s City Park. The following day, names of local servicemen who were killed in action over the past year will be added to the Cripple Creek War Memorial near Mt. Pisgah cemetery.

Local Transportation

Gray Line Tours – Colorado

Ramblin Express: Ramblin Express is a locally owned passenger ground transportation company that has been providing service since 1993, with operations in Colorado Springs and Denver. Our diversified fleet consists of modern Luxury Motorcoaches, 21 and 32-passenger Minibuses, as well as high capacity Event Shuttle Buses.

Arrow Stage Lines: Serving both local and nationwide clients, Arrow Stage Lines is family owned and has been in the charter bus business since 1928. We charter coaches for all kinds of groups including VIPs, tour groups, businesses, sports teams, schools, civic groups, weddings, churches, and conventions, and more.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Colorado Springs Airport (to downtown) – 10 miles
  • Denver International Airport (to downtown) – 70 miles


The city offers the best shopping in the Southwest, a thriving culinary scene, over 70,000 hotel rooms, more than 200 golf courses and impressive arts districts. The Dallas metropolitan area is also home to 6 major professional sports leagues, including our legendary Dallas Cowboys!

Top Activities

Downtown’s Dealey Plaza, The Sixth Floor Museum, JFK Memorial and the Old Red Courthouse: Learn about the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy and see the infamous Grassy Knoll. Explore the history of Dallas at the Old Red Courthouse and Founder’s Plaza, then go to the West End district to shop authentic Western wear. Also visit the Dallas World Aquarium and Dallas City Hall.

The GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower: The newly renovated Observation Deck at Reunion Tower is a sight for sore-eyes—and that’s before visitors see the 360-degree, breathtaking view of the Dallas skyline. Its highlights include a 30-panel digital information system with interactive features and zoom options, live cameras and the Cloud Nine café.

The Dallas Arts District: The largest urban arts district in the country includes the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Collection of Asian Art and more. Docent-led architecture tours are available featuring Pritzker Prize-winning structures. Catch a Broadway show at the AT&T Performing Arts Center or see the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The 5.2-acre urban deck park, Klyde Warren Park, offers lush green space with food trucks, lawn games, an outdoor library, concert stage, kid’s playground, a dog park and more.

Southfork Ranch: One of our most visited attractions, Southfork Ranch is the setting of the famous TV drama, “Dallas.” Visit the Ewing Mansion, take a guided tour of the property and see the “Legends” exhibit with memorabilia like the gun that shot J.R. and Lucy’s wedding dress. Family-friendly horseback trail rides are also offered.

Family-friendly fun at Perot Museum of Nature & Science, Children’s Aquarium, the Dallas Zoo and the Dallas Arboretum: See spectacular gem specimens and dinosaur fossils at the Perot Museum, feed giraffes and take a monorail tour at the Dallas Zoo, romp through the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum, and touch live sting-rays at the Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park and much more!


Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Downtown attractions: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, The Reunion Tower GeO-Deck, Pioneer Plaza, The Eye at the Joule
  • Exceptional shopping at NorthPark Center, Dallas Galleria Mall or Highland Park Village
  • Dallas Arts District and Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • Horseback riding at the Texas Horse Park
  • Southfork Ranch

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, or a Dallas Mavericks (NBA) or Dallas Stars (NHL) game at the American Airlines Center
  • Outlet mall shopping (Grand Prairie, Allen or Grapevine)
  • The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
  • The George W. Bush Presidential Library
  • Culinary or Brewery Tours

Special Events

Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed at the Perot Museum

Elaborate royal tombs, ancient languages, human sacrifice, sports and extraordinary architecture. All define the fascinating Maya civilization that is the bedrock of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s upcoming traveling exhibition – Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed opening February 11th. The largest traveling Maya exhibition ever to tour the U.S., the 10,000 square-foot display brings together more than 200 authentic artifacts and immersive environments to explore the astonishing accomplishments of one of the most powerful indigenous Mesoamerican civilizations, which still has millions of living descendants today. The bilingual exhibition, presented in English and Spanish, is presented by Highland Capital Management and will run through Sept. 4, 2017.

This exhibition is fun for the family and a great place to take young ones during their spring break! General hours of operation for the Perot Museum are 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 pm on Sunday. Please visit the museum website for more information about the extended hours on first Thursdays and members hours on Saturday mornings.

Mexico 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Jose Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde

The Dallas Museum of Art announced that it will be the exclusive U.S. host of a major exhibition of modern Mexican art, featuring work by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and other giants of the first half of the 20th century. The survey of more than 200 works, including some of Rivera’s famous murals and pieces by lesser-known Mexican artists, premiered in Paris last October. The Dallas exhibition, its only appearance in the U.S. will include some pieces from the DMA collection. The DMA has a rich history of collecting and presenting Mexican art, and this exhibition offers our visitors the opportunity to explore in-depth the diverse and vibrant voices that distinguish Mexican art during the first half of the 20th century, showcases not on the greats of Mexican art but also those who may have been eclipsed on the international level by names lie Rivera and Kahlo. The exhibition helps broaden our understanding of what modern Mexican art means, and diversify the artistic narratives attributed to the country. Enjoy this meaningful exhibit, and a make a visit to the DMA part of your Spring Break festivities. [image: Rosa Rolanda, Self-Portrait (Autorretrato), 1952, oil on canvas, Acervo Museo de Arte Moderno/INBA © Courtesy of El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes Y Literatura, 2017]

Divine Pathways: South and Southeast Asian Art

The main influences in artistic history in South and Southeast Asia were Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. To celebrate this, this exhibition features works from India, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia to keep the legacy of these religious and philosophical traditions.

Local Transportation

Dallas Area Rapid Transit: Dallas’ public transportation system connects 13 cities in the area with rail, bus and rideshare services. DART can take visitors to and from major attractions like Fair Park, Dallas Zoo, NorthPark Center and more, and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, local hospitals and universities. Their mobile-friendly site lets users see maps, fares, stops and more.

D-Link: The free D-Link busses can shuttle visitors, locals and large groups to and from several areas in and around downtown, including Dealey Plaza, the Arts District, Victory Park, the Omni Convention Center Hotel and across the Jefferson viaduct to Bishop Arts in Oak Cliff. It runs Monday through Saturday, 11am to 11:30pm.

Silvercar Dallas: Rent a luxury Audi A4 with the touch of a button on your smartphone. Simply download their app, reserve the car, use the app to unlock the car, and you’re ready to go with a receipt emailed to you. The cars come with free WiFi, GPS, Satellite Radio and toll tracking.

360 Limo, Inc.: 360 Limo is a transportation and chauffeured service provider. Professional chauffeurs, latest model vehicles, and the latest technology to serve corporate and leisure markets. Ph: 214-348-9898.

American Transfers & Tours: We are a “destination management service” devoted to hotel shuttle service for large conventions. We represent most area bus companies and limousine services and we will match you with the best equipment for your needs. Ph: 972-389-1900.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Dallas Fort Worth Airport (to downtown) – 20 miles
  • Love Field Airport (to downtown) – 7 miles

Local Tour Guides

All In One Tour Services: Alice, [email protected] Specializing in events and tours coming to Texas. Handle all convention and tourism needs, such as transportation, accommodations, tours, meet and greet, and event planning. We’re your “one stop shop” for all of your tour and meeting needs. All major languages available.

Big D Fun Tours: Michael “Scott” Aston, [email protected] Go back in time to November 22, 1963. Experience the JFK assassination as if you were there. Ride in the comfort of our climate controlled trolley and travel the motorcade route and the timeline of Lee Harvey Oswald. Was it as simple as a lone gunman?…or something more? Big D Fun Tours provides two tours to FITs, their award-winning JFK Trolley Tour and the Dallas City Tour. English.

Discover Dallas Tours, Inc.: [email protected] A local tour company and receptive tour operator specializing in sightseeing tours led by experienced tour guides. We provide customized group tour itineraries and assist with attractions, accommodations, dining and transportation requirements. Whether you are with a student group, convention, family reunion or senior travel, we are your resource for all your travel needs. English.

Heritage Tours, LLC: [email protected] A Dallas-based tour operator since 1992, we specialize in historical and cultural tours of the area.Tours are customized to the time, length and cost of the group.We serve individuals as well as groups of any size.Most popular themes are Dallas history and culture, the Arts Scene, and JFK Assassination sites.A+ Rating from the BBB.

Dallas Fort Worth Area Tour Guide Association: [email protected] The Dallas/Fort Worth Area Tour Guide Association, organized in 1999, provides continuing education, training and certification programs. DFWATGA provides a forum for tour guides and hospitality professionals. The Dallas CVB recommends requesting a Certified Tour Guide when reaching out to the DFW Tour Guide Association. English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, Cantonese, Mandarin, German, Italian.


Visitors are discovering a new Daytona Beach – an exciting chapter in the destination’s history showcasing its racing heritage, idyllic East Coast oceanfront and impressive arts affiliation. In the midst of investing $2 billion in renovations and construction, an eclectic culinary scene, off-the-beaten-path attractions for thrill seekers and year-round cultural events offer unexpected delights and have led to Daytona Beach being named a USA TODAY Best Florida Attraction in the Best Readers’ Choice awards.

Top Activities

Daytona International Speedway, aka the ‘World Center of Racing’, hosts some of the area’s most popular races such as the Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400, Rolex 24 At Daytona and the Daytona 200, a 200-mile motorcycle race that occurs during Bike Week each year.

Open to the public every day.

African-American Heritage Trail: A must-see collection of African-American cultural and historical sites in the Daytona Beach area, including the home and gravesite of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, Bethune-Cookman University, Black Heritage Museum of Art, Howard Thurman Home, and Jackie Robinson Ballpark.

Museum of Arts & Sciences: The Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS) offers a state-of-the-art planetarium, permanent collections of Cuban and African art, the Root Family’s largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia in Florida. On the 90-acre Tuscawilla Preserve, MOAS shares its campus with Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, the largest collection of Florida art in the world.

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse: Enjoy spectacular, 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and more! Completed in 1887, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse is a fascinating piece of Florida history. It towers above others as the tallest lighthouse in Florida. Climb the 203 steps to the top for truly breathtaking scenery and one-of-a-kind photo opportunities.

Southeast Museum of Photography: Florida’s only museum exclusively dedicated to photography, Southeast Museum of Photography offers intriguing changing exhibits as well as a permanent display. Admission is free. Located on the Daytona State College campus, please check the website for hours and exhibits.

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Museum of Arts & Sciences
  • Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse
  • Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Daytona International Speedway Tour
  • Birthplace of Speed Park
  • Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens
  • Southeast Museum of Photography
  • Victorian Tea at Lilian Place

Special Events

Departures 2017 Photography Exhibit

In its tenth year, Departures is a juried exhibition that showcases the work of Daytona State College’s recent graduates from the photography program.

Live Music at Bahama Breeze

Bahama Breeze features a full menu and nightly live music that keeps you in an island state of mind and moving to an easy beat. Check the website for the musical line-up.

Live Music at Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki Bar

Home of the Kona Tiki Bar and serving a full menu with over 100 craft beers, Grind Gastropub features live music six nights a week. Check the website for the musical line-up.

Local Transportation

Daytona Orlando Airport Shuttle provides scheduled round trip daily shuttle service to and from Orlando International Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport. Offers door-to-door service in new European styled vans with high ceilings and seat belts, 365 days a year. Please call our reservation line for schedule and fees.

Daytona Orlando Transit Service (DOTS): Voted #1 on TripAdvisor, Daytona Orlando Transit Service (DOTS) has served Central Florida since 1982. DOTS guarantees professional and reliable transportation, providing 22 daily shuttle trips to and from DeLand, Deltona, Orlando International, Daytona Beach International Airport, and Sanford International Airport. Offers charters and tours aboard deluxe European motor coaches, too.

Discover Daytona Tours provides safe and courteous services for up to 25 passengers. Also offers customized fun-filled tours for groups of 15-25 people to historic landmarks, arts and cultural treasures, Daytona International Speedway tours, eco tours, Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Marine Science Center. Call: 386.232.8707

Florida Blue Line Group Travel: Florida Blue Line can help you with tour ideas, whether its planning the day or days, or transporting clients to/from a destination. Florida Blue Line will also transport your group with luxury motor coach ground transportation to theme parks, restaurants, attractions, golf courses, and many more venues.

Vivo Tours & Travel offers many day trips and tours in the Daytona Beach area including tours to St. Augustine, Cocoa Beach, Orlando, and multiple central Florida locations. Classified and licensed as a State of Florida Seller of Travel (ST37808) and listed under Tour Operator Business.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Daytona Beach International Airport (to downtown) – 3.8 miles


Founded in 1858 as a gold mining camp, Denver is located at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains, 5,280 feet (1,609 meters) above sea level – exactly one mile high. Denver offers urban adventures for all ages, spring, summer, fall or winter.

Top Activities

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre: is famous for its one-of-a-kind outdoor concert venue that is surrounded by giant, ancient rock formations. During the day, Red Rocks is a free city park with easy hiking trails and a visitor center that includes a Performers’ Hall of Fame. Legendary musicians like The Beatles (1964) and U2 (1983) have performed here, and today, the summer concert series from May through September presents the best artists in jazz, rock, pop, bluegrass and more. Seeing a concert under the stars is a magical experience. Red Rocks Park is located 30 minutes west of downtown Denver.

Denver Beer Trail: Take a self-guided tour along the Denver Beer Trail and sample the craft beer paradise in The Mile High City. Explore the 20 featured breweries, most in the walkable downtown area, and you will find everything from Stouts to Lagers and all the flavors in between. Denver’s craft beer culture is thriving, creative and growing larger every day.

Rockmount Ranch Wear: Rockmount Ranch Wear: is the historic shop in downtown Denver where a true Western icon, Jack A. Weil (1901 – 2008), invented the first cowboy shirt with snaps and helped popularize Western wear as legitimate American fashion. Many of the Rockmount designs are worn by movie stars and music legends, all with the signature design of diamond snaps and sawtooth pockets. The grandson of “Papa Jack” Weil, Steve Weil, continues the traditions today, and the store is located in the heart of downtown at 1626 Wazee Street.

Denver Art Museum: The Denver Art Museum is home to a famous collection of Native American art. Explore the bold contemporary art inside and out of the new Frederic C. Hamilton building, designed by world famous architect, Daniel Libeskind. The museum, located in downtown’s Golden Triangle Museum District, also offers free general admission on the first Saturday of every month and is free for kids under 18 at all times. The Golden Triangle is also home to galleries, fine-art studios, specialty stores and eight museums including Clyfford Still Museum and the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art.

Larimer Square: Historic Larimer Square is Denver’s oldest city block, home to the first saloons and businesses in The Mile High City. Today, the Victorian buildings have been transformed into shops, wine bars and the hottest, chef-owned restaurants. Look for the sparkling lights strung across the street, relax at an outdoor cafe or bar, taste the best of cuisine created by local chefs or find unique clothing and accessories in the boutiques.

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Mile High Culture Pass – The best way to explore some of the city’s most fascinating attractions for the bargain “Mile High” price of $52.80 for five attractions (a savings of $25) or three attractions for $25.
  • Follow the Denver Beer Trail to craft beer paradise
  • Stop by the downtown Tourist Information Center for all the insider tips on the best ways to discover Denver.
  • Rockmount Ranch Wear: Don’t miss the photos on the walls of the many celebrities who have worn these western snap-button shirts invented by “Papa” Jack Weil way back in 1946 at this store.

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Taste the Old West at The Fort Restaurant which is housed in a replica of an 1830s adobe fur-trade fort featuring exotic game and frontier favorites.
  • Get Above It All: the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lower Downtown boasts a rooftop café offering 360-degree views of the city.
  • Great Galleries: The lists many of the city’s creative spaces and the latest installations.
  • Explore on wheels: try exploring The Mile High City using B-cycle, bike share program or try a Pedi-cab.
  • Discover Denver’s neighborhoods: From the stately Victorian houses of Five Points to the hip restaurants and nightclubs of historic LoDo, Denver’s laid-back attitude is exemplified in its neighborhoods.

Special Events

A Better Place Could Hardly Have Been Chosen

As Cody lay dying at his sister’s home in Denver, he made one final request, “Bury me on top of Mount Lookout.” This exhibit, honoring the centennial of Cody’s passing, will look more deeply into the details leading up to, and following, this momentous yet controversial decision.

Armando Silva

Armando’s family moved to Colorado from Mexico in search of the American Dream when he was just five. In 2010 he received his BA in Fine Arts from The University of Northern Colorado. Since graduating, Armando has used his artistic platform to lead, educate and give back. Armando paints portraits to help tell stories, sometimes in his studio or on stages in front of thousands.

Basquiat Before Basquiat – East 12th Street, 1979-1980

Basquiat Before Basquiat focuses on the artistic life of Jean-Michel Basquiat from 1979 to 1980, when he shared an apartment in the East Village with his friend, Alexis Adler. This period stands as an important transitional moment for the artist, as he migrated away from the street toward a studio practice, and anticipates his breakthrough works of 1981. Through paintings, sculpture, works on paper, a notebook, and other ephemera, as well as Adler’s numerous photographs from this period, this exhibition ultimately explores how the context of life in New York informed and formed Basquiat’s artistic practice.

Local Transportation

Direct Rail Service from Denver International Airport to Denver Union Station: In April 2016, direct rail service with begin from Denver International Airport to Denver Union Station in the heart of Lower Downtown. The 35-minute trip will cost $9 each way.

Transportation: General information and links to all transportation options to and from th Denver International Airport.

Denver International Airport: Get information & facts from wi-fi access to airline terminal locationns.

Denver Airport Shuttle Listing: Shuttle company prices are approximately $20 on way / $40 round trip. Please contact each company directly to confirm their rates.

Taxi Service: FLAT RATES are the same for all companies: Denver International Airport to Downtown: Flat rate of $51+ $3.75 gate fee. Trips into Denver International Airportfrom downtown are NOTsubject to any gate fees; only those trips going out from the airport.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Denver International Airport – 22 miles

Local Tour Guides

Aspire Tours: Aspire Tours provides in-depth unique experiences to explore, play, and connect in Denver and beyond. Urban Adventure tours, Wild West history, architecture and craft brewery tours in Denver. Tours to the Foothills and Rockies that incorporate sightseeing, history, hiking, photography and gold panning! English spoken. Contact [email protected]

A Private Guide: [email protected] Groups from half-day to multi-day tours in the Rocky Mountain West – we can handle all your transportation and touring needs. itinerary planning, multi-lingual step-on guides and competitive charter rates. English spoken.

A Guide Out West: [email protected] Whether you require a unique Denver city tour or a longer trip “Out West” visiting national parks, red rock canyons, wineries, and more. Certified, highly experienced Step-on Guides and Tour managers. Large / small groups / VIPs / private parties. English spoken.

M.E.M. Japanese Travel Agency: [email protected] Specialize in tours with Japanese speaking guides, sightseeing, technical visits, and home stay arrangements. In business since 1960 and located in downtown Denver. English & Japanese spoken.

Rocky Mountain Guides Association: [email protected] Your best resource for professionals, whether you are seeking step-on guides, walking guides, foreign speaking guides, or naturalist guides. our members also include docents, destination management companies, tour operators, transportation companies, travel agencies and guide educational institutions. Please contact us for a complete directory and listing of experience and specialties. English spoken.


The laid-back Florida Keys are connected by the Overseas Highway’s 43 bridges – one almost seven miles long – over the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. The area is divided into five regions: Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine and the Lower Keys, and Key West. Each has its own flavor, attractions including historic museums, flora, fauna, seafood restaurants, fishing, diving, watersports and boutique-type shopping. Vistas of the Keys feature deep-blue seas, nodding palms and olive-green mangroves.

Sharing this eco-paradise are white herons, roseate spoonbills, pelicans, sea gulls, ospreys and countless underwater creatures. The coastal waters of the entire 125-mile island chain, which is paralleled by North America’s only living coral barrier reef, have been designated the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Top Activities

Key West Things to Do

Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys Things to Do

Marathon Things to Do

Islamorada Things to Do

Key Largo Things to Do

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • A drive across the new Seven Mile Bridge, the longest segmental bridge in the world, Marathon Key
  • Drive the Keys on the All-American Road
  • John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park (snorkeling or glass bottom boat) Key Largo
  • Have your photo taken in front of the giant Lobster at the Rain Barrel Islamorada
  • Feed the tarpon at Robbie’s Marina, MM 79, Islamorada
  • Tour the Dolphin Research Center Marathon
  • Swim, sunbathe and explore Bahia Honda State Park Lower Keys
  • Visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, Key West
  • Ride the Conch Train or Trolley Tour in Key West
  • Experience the Sunset Celebration at mallory Square in Key West

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Tour on the African Queen, Key Largo
  • Kayak or paddle boards the flats in Islamorada
  • Visit historic Pigeon Key, Marathon
  • Visit the Turtle Hospital in Marathon
  • Discover the Key Deer Refuge, Lower Keys
  • Hire a backcountry guide out of Sugarloaf Marina and explore dolphins, turtles and other marind and bird life in the Great White Heron National Refuge (15 miles north of Key West)
  • Experience the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, Key West
  • Take a Sunset Cruise in Key West
  • Explore America’s most remote national park, the Dry Tortugas, either by passenger ferry or seaplane service

Special Events

Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden Guest Speaker Series

Enjoy garden tours, as well as learn about the Florida Keys environment and how it affects gardening in a wide range of topics for discussion and education. Visit website for schedule of monthly lectures, typically scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m., 5210 College Road.

Keys History & Discovery Center presents: Bloodline Mini-Binge

Each Wednesday the Center is to host a weekly Bloodline mini-binge, showing two episodes at 2 p.m., from seasons 1 & 2 of the popular Netflix original series. Free for members, non-members $5. Theater has limited seating (35).

History of Diving Museum: Spiegel Grove Exhibit

Enjoy a special exhibit celebrating and honoring the Spiegel Grove, intentionally sunk 15 years ago off Key Largo. This exhibits highlights all who served on this great ship, missions it participated in, the efforts in preparing her for sinking and the environmental impact the artificial reef has had on the area. The exhibit is to be on display through Labor Day.

Local Transportation

Key West Getting Around

Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys Getting Around

Marathon Getting Around

Islamorada Getting Around

Key Largo Getting Around

Distance from Major Airports

  • Miami International Airport to Key Largo – 60 miles
  • Miami International Airport to Islamorada Key – 80 miles
  • Miami International Airport to Marathon Key – 111 miles
  • Miami International Airport to Lower Keys / Key West – 160 miles


Top Activities

Edison & Ford Winter Estates: Both entertaining and educational, a tour of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford’s riverfront estates is a must-stop for visitors to southwest Florida. Extensive guided tours of the Edison & Ford homes, gardens, laboratory and museum are offered. These are among the most visited national Historic Homes in the country. :

Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum : The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum is the most comprehensive museum in the Western Hemisphere devoted solely to shells. It’s been listed in “1,000 Places To See Before You Die” and voted “Best of the Islands” in the museum category. Exhibits range from art and history to common southwest Florida shells.

Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre : Broadway Palm features year-round professional musicals and comedies for adults and children, as well as a lavish buffet. Evening performances take the stage Tuesday through Sunday and matinee days vary. Reservations are recommended. Ticket prices range from $25 to $53. Group rates are available for parties of 20 or more.

J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge : This 6,400-acre wildlife refuge, named for Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and pioneer environmentalist Jay Norwood Darling, features wonderful bird watching spots, delightful footpaths, winding canoe trails and three trails that can be accessed from Wildlife Drive. Along the trails, visitors often spot wildlife such as alligators, night heron, or white ibis.

Captiva Cruises : A great island hopping experience! Visitors have access to Cabbage Key, Useppa Island, Cayo Costa and Boca Grande. Enjoy cruises to two of the area’s most unique coastal islands, Cabbage Key and Useppa Island, aboard the 150-passenger “Lady Chadwick.” A dolphin watch and wildlife adventure cruise is also available.

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Lakes Regional Park
  • Edison & Ford Winter Estates
  • Lee County Sports Complex Hammond Stadium
  • Manatee Park
  • Southwest Florida Museum of History

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Port Sanibel Marina
  • Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
  • Castle Gold
  • Seminole Gulf Railway’s Dinner Train Theater
  • Butterfly Estates

Special Events

Senior Projects, Spring 2017

FORT MYERS, Fla. – The Florida Gulf Coast University Art Galleries of the Bower School of Music & the Arts presents “Senior Projects, Spring 2017 Exhibition,” with an opening reception 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 20, at the Main Gallery in the Arts Complex. Each student will give a brief presentation about their exhibition beginning at 5 p.m. in the U. Tobe Recital Hall in the Music Building on the FGCU campus. The exhibition runs through May 5 and is made possible with the generous support of U. Tobe, Pallette Pals of the United Church of Christ, and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

NNPN Rolling World Premiere: Doublewide

A heartfelt and often funny drama that explores how far one family will go to hold onto their American Dream. Be the first audiences in America to see this amazing NEW PLAY!

Tarpon Bay Explorers- Guided Kayak Tour

Tarpon Bay Explorer’s Kayak Trail Tour is a great introduction to Tarpon Bay and the coastal environment. Kayak with an experienced naturalist through mangrove forests along Commodore Creek Trail. Learn about the ecology of the rich mangrove estuary ecosystem and the wildlife that lives there. You’ll be surrounded by red mangroves, wading birds and unsurpassed peace and quiet. All ages and skill levels are welcomed. Call 239-472-8900 to make a reservation.

Local Transportation

Naples Transportation Tours & Event Planning: Naples Transportation, Tours and Event Planning is dedicated to meeting your individual or group transportation needs. They pride themselves on providing their guests with exceptional customer service. NTT&EP is one of the leading providers of reliable, quality transportation servicing Southwest Florida from Sanibel Island to Marco Island.

Florida Select Transportation & Tours : Committed to ensuring that every client’s travel experience is safe, reliable and convenient as possible, they take pride in providing the highest level of service in the ground transportation industry. Enjoy the pleasure of luxury and comfort with reliable door-to-door service to all Airports, Cruise Lines, Hotels, and Resorts.

Dolphin Transportation Specialist : With more than 20 years of experience gaining the confidence of corporate clients such as ESPN, Merrill Lynch and Fuji Film, Dolphin Transportation’s fleet includes luxury vehicles from sedans to motor coaches.

Distance from Major Airports

  • RSW (Southwest Florida International Airport) to Sanibel Island – 26 miles
  • RSW (Southwest Florida International Airport) to Ft. Myers Beach – 18 miles

Local Tour Guides

True Tours Inc.: Walking Tours for history and public art for downtown Fort Myers, Matlacha and Sanibel. Step on guides available for your bus or motor coach. Groups welcome and luncheon package is available. Detail descriptions on our website. English spoken. For Spanish – arrangements need to be made prior. Contact Gina Taylor (Owner / President) at 239-945-0405 and [email protected]


The beauty of our geography provides many advantages to our visitors. Instead of spending hours driving to far destinations, spend that time learning how to be a cowboy or shopping-for example! We have it all here: Western Heritage, Ranches, Sophistication, Arts and even Tax Free Shopping! We are different and authentic and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Top Activities

National Historic Stockyards District : The Fort Worth Stockyards’ National Historic District covers 125 acres-15 square blocks of tradition, nightlife, and family fun. You can take in a thrilling rodeo. See the world’s only daily cattle drive. Hear live country stars. Two-step the night away. Shop for authentic cowboy gear. And dine on satisfying Texas-style cuisine.

Billy Bob’s Texas : Billy Bob’s Texas is the world’s largest honky-tonk. This place is huge (three acres!), with its own indoor rodeo arena for professional bull riding, a Texas-size dance floor, dozens of bar stations, plus restaurants, arcade games, a Wall of Fame with celebrity handprints, and a general store. It is also an amazing 8-time winner of country music’s “Club of the Year.”

Fort Worth Cultural District: The Fort Worth Cultural District, home to five wonderful museums in a relaxing, park-like setting is a great place to start your tour. Throughout the city, you’ll also find museums devoted to Western heritage and Fort Worth’s colorful past. It’s no wonder Fort Worth is considered “the museum capital of the Southwest.” The Fort Worth Cultural District, home to five wonderful museums in a relaxing, park-like setting is a great place to start your tour. Throughout the city, you’ll also find museums devoted to Western heritage and Fort Worth’s colorful past. It’s no wonder Fort Worth is considered “the museum capital of the Southwest.” The Fort Worth Cultural District, home to five wonderful museums in a relaxing, park-like setting is a great place to start your tour. Throughout the city, you’ll also find museums devoted to Western heritage and Fort Worth’s colorful past. It’s no wonder Fort Worth is considered “the museum capital of the Southwest.” :

Fort Worth Zoo : The Fort Worth Zoo has been ranked as the No.1 attraction in the entire Dallas-Fort Worth area and No.19 among the “50 Overall Top-Rated Attractions” in the entire United States by the Zagat Survey U.S. Family Guide. Tree-shaded, winding paths lead to large, lush exhibits that allow you to get close to an amazing variety of creatures.

Texas Motor Speedway : The fastest -and the loudest-sporting facility in Fort Worth/Dallas! Texas Motor Speedway is the second-largest sports and entertainment facility in the nation, with a capacity of more than 200,000 fans. The top names in the racing world compete at the Texas Motor Speedway, where dual-bank turns allow for both NASCAR and IRL IndyCar racing, plus every major form of American automobile racing.

Ideas for First Time Visitors:

  • Bass Performance Hall
  • Fort Worth Cattle Herd
  • Kimbell Art Museum
  • A Texas steak at Del Frisco’s Steakhouse
  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art
  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden
  • Stockyards Rodeo
  • Log Cabin Village

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Cowboys Stadium
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • Dead Sea Scrolls & the Bible: Ancient Artifacts, Timeless Treasures
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  • Fort Worth Water Gardens
  • Texas Civil War Museum
  • Fort Worth Zoo

Special Events


The American architect Louis Kahn (1901–1974) is regarded as one of the great master builders of the 20th century. With complex spatial compositions and a choreographic mastery of light, Kahn created buildings of archaic beauty and powerful universal symbolism. The exhibition encompasses an unprecedented and diverse range of architectural models, original drawings, photographs and films.

American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum – When the Earth Shakes Exhibition

Hold on tight! Get ready for earthquakes and tsunamis! Jump on the Quake Karaoke platform and match an earthquake seismogram! Build your structure, set it on a “beach” and launch a wave in the 16-ft Tsunami Tank! Then replay the impact in slow-mo and improve your design. Complete Puzzled Earth, the plate tectonic puzzle, before time runs out and the pieces fall! Spin through geologic time to make Earth’s continents move and re-form. Be an engineer as you design and build structures to withstand earthquakes on the Shake Table. Find out what engineers do to keep our world safer….When the Earth Shakes!

Amon Carter Museum of American Art –

When renowned New York City fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon (1923–2004) agreed in late 1978 to take on a commission from the Amon Carter to create a portrait of the American West through its people he went to the Rattlesnake Round-Up in Sweetwater, Texas. He created six evocative portraits that would set the tone and bar for five more years of photographing. He discovered people who conveyed through their faces, clothes, and postures, not merely hard living but the full embrace of existence. This selection of 17 of the project’s Texas images makes abundantly clear why In the American West has become a touchstone in photographic history.

Local Transportation

The T-Bus Service : Transportation Authority provides bus service throughout the city. In the downtown area, buses that are red, white, and blue offer free rides. For more information, call 817-215-8600, or visit

Yellow Checker Shuttle : Fort Worth transportation service to and from DFW Airport, all major downtown hotels and the Airporter Park & Ride lot at 1000 E. Weatherford St. in downtown Fort Worth is available. Fort Worth transportation discounts are available to groups upon request by contacting the sales office at 972-233-6999.

American Transfers & Tours : American Transfers & Tours is a leading transportation management company. Since 1985, they’ve specialized in executive, charter, shuttle and mini bus transportation for conventions, professional sporting events and trade shows across the country.

Roadrunner Charters Inc. : Roadrunner Charters provides private shuttle bus and charter bus services to DFW area business, churches, schools and other organizations.

Cowtown Bus Charters : Provides chartered buses and convention/seminar shuttle service.

Distance from Major Airports

  • Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) – 31 miles