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Reunion Tower, Dallas

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  • Fun place to visit and get a nice view of Dallas. We visited in he evening as the sun was setting but had to leave before the skyline lit up. If I had it to do over I would plan my trip to stay for su...  more »
  • I had a bite to eat from the cafe and enjoyed the view. Thunderstorms in the distance to the south. View of the city, Dealy plaza, bridges, highways. Get your picture taken as you go in, it was fun to...  more »
  • We went up to the top of the tower one evening before dinner. There is a cafe where you can get drinks, lights food and dessert. There is a virtual reality experience and some really cool interactive ...  more »
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  • We've been to Reunion Tower a number of times. It's one of those go to places we take out-of-town guests to visit. On a clear day, it's gives a perfect bird's eye view of downtown Dallas. We visited the Saturday before Father's Day and Michelle, the lady who took our tickets and pictures, paved the way for a delightful experience. She was very pleasant, professional and engaging. She was cheerful and made us laugh while we waited for the elevator to the GeO-Deck. Surprisingly, it was not crowded. Needless, to say our guest had a great time. We will go again.
  • Besides the outside deck and several touch key monitors on the inside, there isn't much else to do at the observation deck but to try to find the right light for a selfie. They do sell chips and bottled water but no real food on the deck to be bought. The kids enjoyed it. The telescopes are free of charge. Unfortunately, no ice cream or shaved ice sold at the restaurant upstairs. It was excruciatingly hot and the kids were asking for ice cream. Local Dallas residents should receive a discount with our I.D, but they don't offer a discount for local residents. Fact is, it's the local residents who frequent that place. Nice place to see the view and take a few good photos of the Dallas skyline.
  • Fun place to see great sights of Dallas. The entrance fee is pretty costly. There was an emergency while we were there and had to take the 56 flights of stairs down. I thought that part was neat as you can't normally walk down them.
  • I give the view 5 stars. We went around sunset and it was perfect timing. I recommend getting a Dallas city pass and using your ticket for this. We didn't eat the food on the observation deck, but from the looks of it the food wasn't really worth the money. Five-forty on the other hand had a dress code so we couldnt go and eat dessert like we wanted. other than that it was fun
  • My husband and I enjoyed our entire experience. Beginning with James at the welcoming podium, then on to our smooth sightseeing ride in the elevator up to the restaurant. Our wait staff Charles, Jose, and Preston were very attentive. Our meal was a delicious delight. We found every morsel to be scrumptious. I had the Tamarind ribs and the Texas Red Fish. My husband had Shrimp and Lobster spring rolls and the Quail. I will complete by saying we will be back on Sunday again.

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