Welcome to Fort Worth
Oft-called 'Where the West Begins,' Fort Worth definitely has the cowboy feel.The city first became famous during the great open-range cattle drives of the late 19th century, when more than 10 million head of cattle tramped through the city on the Chisholm Trail. Today you can see a mini–cattle drive in the morning and a rodeo on Saturday night.Don't forget to scoot into Billy Bob's, the world's biggest honky-tonk... Read More
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Fort Worth Scavenger Hunt Adventure
The adventure begins near the historic courthouse and takes you on a well-designed course among historic monuments, down through the streets of Fort Worth, among great artwork, the Water Gardens and other hidden gems of the city. The tour requires approximately 2 miles of walking, with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play, leaving time to stop for some Texas BBQ or simply enjoy the city and the scenery. Great for families, friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people. Buy for three, get two people for Free.
Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission
The life-size wax depiction of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" was created in the 1950s by the hand of noted wax sculptor Katherine Stubergh. Mrs. Stubergh was one of the most renowned artisans of her craft and was responsible for the creation of hundreds of wax sculptures that have been displayed in museums around the world. Commissioned by the Fleming family of Fort Worth, the display first opened in 1956 and never left Fort Worth. Other pieces of Christian art are also on display for your enjoyment.Throughout the year special exhibits are shown at the museum. During the Easter season the Ark of the Covenant model is displayed. The Ark was created by Scott McCune, who has provided Arks for churches, ministries and fraternal organizations all over the world.The week after Thanksgiving Nativity scenes from around the world are on exhibit.
Fort Worth Ghost Bus Tour
Meet your Ghost Bus and knowledgeable guide at the designated location to begin your evening tour. Take a ride to the Parker Cabin and listen to a story from the mid-1800s of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Comanches, a powerful Native American tribe from Texas and the surrounding area. Then stop by the place where President John F. Kennedy spent his last night before his 1963 assassination in Dallas. Experience a tour of Fort Worth takes in the haunts of 36 ghosts in 32 locations in the red-brick streets districts. Learn about Texas' outlaws, oil barons, cattle drives, and battles as your guide shows you around the city's spookiest haunts. After your 2-hour journey, your driver conveniently drops you off at your starting point.Please note: Children 10 and up are welcome to join if accompanied by their parent or guardian.
Fort Worth Cultural District Walking Tour
Get a tour of the highly acclaimed Cultural District of Fort Worth. You’ll see the works of four leading architects in three world class museums: The Amon Carter Museum of American Art designed by Philip Johnson; The Kimbell designed by Louis Kahn and Renzo Piano; and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth designed by Tadao Ando. Learn how each architect responds uniquely to the challenges of the Fort Worth environment and landscape, while providing shelter to artworks and visitors. Your guide will cover the life and times of the various architects and the unique problems and solutions that they encountered in displaying art in the unforgiving Texas weather. Get an introduction to the latest exhibits as well as the permanent collections in the three museums. Please note: the tour operates in all weather conditions, so please dress appropriately. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Cowboys and Culture - Fort Worth Bus Tour
During the two-hour tour, you will visit the 'red brick streets' parts of Fort Worth. The tour begins with a walk across the award winning Sundance Square. Then, guests board an air-conditioned bus for their ride through town and through history ending at the Stockyard's in time for the daily cattle drive. Stay in the Stockyards and catch Molly the Trolley back Downtown or continue the ride on the Cowboys and Culture Bus Tour. Some other sights of this tour include Tarrant County Courthouse, Bass Performance Hall, Hotel Texas/Kennedy statue, Hell's Half Acre, Water Gardens, Thistle Hill, Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth's Zoo, and Cultural District Museums. There is a small amount of walking involved in this tour.