Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

300 Reunion Boulevard East, Dallas, TX, United States


(214) 712-7040

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Perched 470 feet above ground, Reunion Tower’s newly renovated GeO-Deck lets visitors glimpse an impressive view of the city skyline. Visitors will see not only stunning topography with the naked eye, but also with powerful telescopes, high-definition zoom cameras and interactive digital displays. The telescopes in the outside deck allow the viewer to see intricate details of the streets below, even into cafe windows and people walking the street.

Before guests head up the elevator to GeO-Deck, they can have their photo taken on the first floor, and have it ready by the time you reach the top! View your image at the PIX kiosks, choose a background and share it on all your social networks.

And no visit to the GeO-Deck is complete without a stop at Cloud Nine Cafe, where visitors can enjoy a meal or snack with a view. Cloud Nine offers an array of menu items including espresso drinks, fresh made pastries, a locally sourced Farmhouse Burger, the Texas Caesar and its Signature Chocolate Tower Dessert. Cloud Nine Cafe is now open on Saturday and Sundays during our Fall and Spring Hours from 11 – 4 PM.

A new addition has been made to the GeO-Deck called “GeO-Deck Express Dining and Bar”. This serves light foot and drink on the GeO-deck (closes 30 minutes prior to GeO-Deck closing) for all guests to enjoy.

Dallas CityPASS: Save 40% or more at Dallas’ 4 best attractions. CityPASS ticket booklets are valid for 9-days. Cost: Adult $46 (value $77); Child (3-12) $31. For more information and to purchase booklets or printable vouchers, visit BUY TICKETS HERE!


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