Visiting Southfork Ranch

No visit to Dallas is complete without visiting the legendary Southfork Ranch. For thirteen years, television sets were tuned into 356 episodes of "Dallas", one of the longest running series in television history. Viewers made themselves home at Southfork, the Texas ranch the Ewings called home and where the entire world was a weekly guest.

Today, Southfork continues to welcome visitors from around the world, who come to see where "Dallas" was filmed and to experience the lifestyle made famous by the Ewings.

Southfork is open daily, 'year round for guided tours of the ranch made famous by "Dallas". Tour the famed Ewing Mansion and re-live exciting moments from the series in the "Dallas Legends" exhibit, featuring an exciting array of memorabilia from the series. See the gun that shot J.R., Lucy's Wedding Dress, the "Dallas" Family Tree, and Jock's Lincoln Continental.

Relax on a guided tour of the ranch grounds. Eat at Miss Ellie's Deli and shop in two themed retail stores, offering a diverse selection of clothing, accessories, gifts, and collectibles.

Map to Southfork Ranch, TX

Chuckwagon Dinner

Experience the best of the Old West and the New Texas, all in the heart of the world's most famous ranch! Kick off your evening in the "Dallas Legends" Exhibit, showcasing highlights from the "Dallas" series, including interviews with the stars, clips from memorable episodes, and the gun that shot J.R. Tours of the famed Ewing Mansion and surrounding ranch are included in the evening's activities..

The Chuckwagon Dinner Experience requires a minimum of 20 people, and up to several hundred attendees.

After boarding Southfork's Texas Tram, you'll be transported to "dinner camp," complete with an authentic chuckwagon from the Old West. Singing cowboys entertain with campfire songs, and ranch hands share their western stories and recite cowboy poetry during dinner.