You’ll be two-stepping your way from Biloxi, Mississippi to Houston to San Antonio and then Dallas!
This fun tour isfull of great eats, spectacular world famous attractions, and wonderful memory making experiences and photo opportunities.
Cajun Lunch. We’ll stop in Biloxi for some Cajun comfort food including crawfish , seafood gumbo, red beans and rice, fried pickles, hush puppies, po’-boys and wonderful decadent desserts including Mississippi Mud pie.
Johnson Space Center. You’ll experience the thrill and wonder of space exploration through several different theaters, the Starship Gallery, the NASA Tram Tour and the Living in Space module. Make sure to check out the Astronaut Gallery, home to priceless spacesuits and portraits of every U. S. Astronaut who has gone up in space.
The Alamo.The Alamo is home to the ruins of the most famous battle of the Texas Revolution. This site now hosts the original mission constructed in 1724, a museum containing 300 years of history, the beautiful Alamo Gardens and three separate buildings showcasing exhibits on the Texas Revolution.
Stroll the walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River which runs through the beautiful city of San Antonio. Located twenty feet below street level, stone pathways on the Riverwalk connect museums, boutiques, quaint shops, restaurants and coffee shops. There are also strolling musicians and river taxis taking visitors from one side of the Riverwalk to the other.
In addition to the fun river taxis; you’ll enjoy a River Cruising Barge complete with an experienced Boat Captain. During the 35 minute cruise you’ll enjoy an entertaining narrative of San Antonio’s rich history.
Located on the Riverwalk, take a break and enjoy an entertaining couple of hours along with a refreshing soda and tub of popcorn while experiencing the theatre’s main attraction, Alamo—The Price of Freedom.
South Fork Ranch. Made popular by the Ewing Family on the hit television show, Dallas, the South Fork Ranch offers guided tours of both the mansion and the ranch grounds. There is exciting memorabilia from the series including the gun that shot J.R., Lucy’s wedding dress and Jock’s Lincoln Continental. Stop in for a sandwich or dessert at Miss Ellie’s Deli and then browse several themed retail shops.
Simplistic in design, this memorial to President Kennedy stands approximately 200 yards from where he was assassinated in 1963.
Sixth Floor Museum
Housed in the former Texas School Book Depository, the museum is located in the very spot where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy. The events of the shooting are presented through historic films, original photographs and artifacts.