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Fort Worth Attractions
In the "City of Cowboys and Culture" there is always something fun happening. Visit the Stockyards National Historic District, which is one of the most popular attractions in the city. It was once home to cowboys, cattlemen, and outlaws but today it's filled with locals and tourists getting a true Old American West experience. Walk down old brick streets that are lined with historic buildings, vintage shops, and saloons. See cowboys wrangle a bull or bronco at the Stockyards Championship Rodeo that happens weekly. You can also check out the Fort Worth Herd, which is the world's only twice-daily cattle drive. If you're not into the cowboy and cattle scene, then check out Texas Motor Speedway and watch a major racing series like NASCAR or IndyCar Racing for a thrilling, high-energy experience.
Fort Worth Restaurants & Nightlife
From local breweries and steakhouses to international cuisine and award-winning chefs, Fort Worth's culinary scene is as diverse and rich as its Western heritage. Forth Worth's many unique neighborhoods and districts provide plenty of restaurant options offering flavors from all over the world. Grab some classic Texas BBQ at Angelo's BBQ, which has been a favorite since the 1950s. Enjoy an authentic Mexican breakfast from one of the local diners in the Stockyards National Historic District or dine on exquisite French fare at a Zagat-rated restaurant in the West 7th Street District.
Fort Worth's nightlife is just as eclectic as its restaurant scene. Locals and tourists alike spend an evening bar hopping or socializing over dinner and drinks in Downtown Sundance Square, where tree-lined sidewalks offer the perfect atmosphere for a night out on the town. Visit a Western-style saloon in the Stockyards District to get a taste of the Old Wild West with a modern twist. Dive bars, country bars, sports bars, lounges, dance clubs, and breweries are just some of the nightlife options available in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Culture
Forth Worth is referred to as "Cowtown" because of its historic stockyards, rodeos, and cowboys, there is actually more in this modern and artistic town. The city's Cultural District has great art museums like the Sid Richardson Museum, which displays art that is over 100 years old and was previously the collection of oil tycoon and cattle raiser, Sid Richardson. No trip to Fort Worth is complete until you've checked out the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. Honoring more than 750 strong women of the American West, it's the only museum of its kind in the entire world. Other notable cultural attractions include Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum, and the Museum of Science and History.
Fort Worth Transportation
Due to Fort Worth's location, getting around town is a breeze. The city's entertainment districts are walkable, which is the best way to see everything in Fort Worth. The Trinity Trails also connect to other major districts like the Cultural District, Downtown Sundance Square, and Stockyards District. Fort Worth has a variety of public transportation options to get you around the city as well. The Fort Worth Transportation Authority's bus and rail service have routes to major attractions. Molly the Trolley is a downtown service that helps passengers move around to restaurants, shopping and other entertainment options. A healthy, eco-friendly, and affordable option for transportation is Fort Worth's bike sharing service. With 40 docking stations throughout the city, it's easy to get around town and see some of the top attractions. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is just 17 miles from downtown Fort Worth and convenient for domestic and international travel.
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