Southfork Ranch invites visitors to explore “Dallas” residence

DALLAS: For the first time, Southfork Ranch invites visitors to discover the iconic residence that became famous in the television series “Dallas” with its “Live Like a Ewing” package.

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The American prime time television soap opera “Dallas” was aired on CBS from April 2, 1978, to May 3, 1991. The TV series recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of its original air date at Southfork Ranch. The event included a fan party and a meeting and greeting with the cast members Linda Gray (Sue Ellen Ewing), Patrick Duffy (Bobby Ewing), Charlene Tilton (Lucy Ewing) and Steve Kanaly (Ray Krebbs).

Approximately 1,200 fans from United States, Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa and Israel attended the event.

Southfork Ranch Price starts at $275 per person, the Live Like a Ewing package may be reserved for 1 – 6 people and includes.

Trail ride on the 357-acre mansion grounds
Champagne and hors d’oeuvres
Private tour of the mansion

J.R.’s Steak Dinner featuring Prime Aged Texas beef and all the accompaniments, along with wine pairings, in the mansion dining room.

Upgrades include a private helicopter ride or limousine transport from Dallas directly to the ranch.

Guests who opt for the helicopter upgrade will see the same sweeping aerial vantage point made famous in the series’ opening credits as they approach Southfork Ranch’s 357-acre expanse.

“We created this experience to give ‘Dallas’ fans—or any fan of American pop culture and Texas hospitality—an unforgettable excursion to the ranch,” explained Janna Timm, acting general manager, Southfork Ranch. “They’ll really be able to put themselves in J.R.’s boots from the moment they board the private helicopter in Dallas, until the very last bite of steak and sip of wine served to them in the mansion’s dining room.”

For more information about the Live Like a Ewing package CHECK www.sourthforkranch.com

Information Source: Southfork Ranch
Photo courtesy of Southfork Ranch

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