Reunion Tower
Dallas downtown and Reunion Tower at dusk, USA
Dallas downtown and Reunion Tower at dusk, USA

Reunion Tower Tours and Tickets

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Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, Reunion Tower has been a city landmark since 1978. Referred to affectionately as “The Ball” by locals, the tower offers sweeping panoramic views from the only indoor/outdoor observation deck in the city, plus high-definition telescopes and cameras, interactive exhibits, and two rotating restaurants.

  • 300 Reunion Blvd. East, Dallas, Texas, 75207

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What are people saying about Reunion Tower

Robert_M, Nov 2023
Amazing View of the city scape.
The tower was really nice and the kids loved it. They liked the ride up the elevator and the observation deck. The picture at the beginning was great as well. Could pick out sights to see from there like Pioneer Plaza.
Kevin_H, Nov 2023
Good experience
Good experience . I will definitely come back. It's really wonderful to watch the night view. I found the perfect location to take photos, I'm scared of heights, but the view was beautiful.
Teresa_T, Nov 2023
All of the views from the Reunion Tower in Dallas, Texas were beautiful. I will recommend anyone that is visiting Dallas to go and see the great views.
Linda_T, Nov 2023
The views were exciting & beautiful!! The sunset was also amazing!! Would’ve like to been given parking instructions from Viator.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Reunion Tower tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Reunion Tower can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Reunion Tower 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Reunion Tower costs USD 24.50. Guided Reunion Tower tours start around USD 24.50 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:How much is parking at the Reunion Tower?
A:The nearest parking lot to Reunion Tower is just a few minutes away, at 601 Sports St. Dallas. For up to four hours, it costs $10. If you stay at the Hyatt Regency hotel, you can enjoy valet parking or find disabled parking at 300 Reunion Tower Boulevard.
Q:How many flights of stairs are in the Reunion Tower?
A:There are 837 steps leading to the top of the Reunion Tower, which is 560 feet (170 meters) high. At the top of the tower, there are an extra three floors—the observation deck is on the lowest floor. You’ll be relieved to know an elevator whisks you to the top, so you won’t have to take the stairs.
Q:Is there a dress code for the Reunion Tower?
A:Reunion Tower operates a casual, family-friendly dress code for the Geo-Deck; however, you won't be let in if you’re not wearing a shirt or shoes. The dress code is smart for the Crown Block fine-dining restaurant at the top, which serves steak and seafood; no athletic wear or flip-flops are allowed.
Q:Can I bring food to the Reunion Tower?
A:Yes, you can bring food into the Reunion Tower Geo-Deck, but not into the fine dining Crown Block restaurant on the higher level. You can also bring plastic or metal water bottles, but not glass bottles. Other prohibited items include guns, oversized luggage, and cans of spray paint.
Q:Can I bring a stroller to the Reunion Tower?
A:No, you can’t bring a stroller to the Geo-Deck at the Reunion Tower due to fire safety codes. You can leave it at the secure stroller parking down at the security area, and you’re welcome to carry your child in removable infant carriers or wearables.
Q:Is the Reunion Tower accessible?
A:Yes, the Reunion Tower is entirely accessible—it provides a barrier-free experience if you use a wheelchair or other mobility device. Thanks to the elevator to each level, you can easily access each floor. Plus, disabled parking is available nearby, and there are accessible toilets on the Geo-Deck.