Must-see attractions in Fort Worth

  • Rodeo cowboys and a low rider truck on Exchange Street in the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District.  The district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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    Western-wear stores and knickknack shops, saloons and steakhouses now occupy the Old West–era buildings of the Stockyards. Although it can seem touristy…

  • The Kimbell Art Museum in the cultural quarter of Fort Worth. Designed by architect Louis I. Kahn it was established in 1972.

    Kimbell Art Museum

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    While the small Kimbell Art Museum holds treasures from Greece, Egypt, China, Japan and the ancient Americas, it’s the astonishing array of big European…

  • Parade of cowboys and steer cattle in the Fort Worth Stockyards in Texas - stock photo
Fort Worth, Texas - September 2009: A herd of cattle parading through the Fort Worth Stockyards accompanied by cowboys on horseback

    Fort Worth Herd

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    Each morning and afternoon, spectators line the street to watch cowboys wearing authentic 19th-century garb drive the 16 longhorn cattle of the Fort Worth…

  • FORT WORTH, UNITED STATES - Dec 29, 2018: Roxy Paine Trees at Fort Worth Modern Art Museum  The stainless steel is bent into lifelike shapes  Also The museum and reflecting pond

    Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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    In a stunning building across from the Kimbell Art Museum, this stimulating museum displays paintings by the likes of Picasso, Mark Rothko and Francis…

  • Ft Worth, Texas, USA - January 6, 2015: The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is located in the cultural district of Fort Worth, Texas. The museum devoted to American art and possesses one of the premier collections of American photography in the nation.
Amon Carter Museum - Ft Worth, Texas Landmark - stock photo

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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    Texas oilman Amon Carter starting collecting the art of the American West in the 1930s. Since his death, his impressive array of paintings and sculpture…

  • Bureau of Engraving & Printing

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    Fort Worth is one of two US locations where the nation prints its paper currency. This US Treasury facility 8 miles north of the Stockyards produces the…

  • Chisholm Trail Mural

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    Overlooking Sundance Sq, the iconic Chisholm Trail Mural commemorates the local segment of the Chisholm Trail cattle drives of 1867-75.

  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden

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    A Japanese garden with a koi pond and a tropical conservatory are the highlights at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

  • Sundance Square

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    You can stroll yourself happy in the 14-block Sundance Sq, near Main and 3rd Sts. Colorful architecture, art galleries and a host of bars and restaurants…

  • National Cowgirl Museum

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    This airy, impressive museum explores the myth and reality of cowgirls in American culture. Graced by a 2019 expansion that focuses especially on the…

  • Firestone & Robertson Distillery

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    Texas' first craft whiskey distillery is a true delight, established in a 1927 warehouse and using many reclaimed antique materials as furnishings (the…

  • Fort Worth Zoo

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    A highly regarded American zoo (and the second-most-popular attraction in the state), it's home to about 5000 inhabitants representing 650 species, many…

  • Stockyards Museum

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    Parts of the venerable Livestock Exchange Building still hold offices, but the one-room Stockyards Museum celebrates local history. Displays cover famous…

  • Fort Worth Museum of Science & History

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    This kid-friendly museum brims with fossils, dinosaurs and fun things to do – like the planetarium and an IMAX theater. Go local with the extensive…

  • Sid Richardson Museum

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    If the Stockyards didn't sate your hunger for all things western, pop in here for some art. It's known for its striking paintings by Frederic Remington…

  • Cattle Auction

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    The truly curious will want to venture into this live cattle auction, held in a totally high-tech atmosphere inside the 1902 Fort Worth Livestock Exchange…

  • Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

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    Individual booths bursting with boots, hats, buckles and spurs celebrate the various inductees of the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in this little museum,…

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