Explore Fort Worth, Texas
With a population of over 874,000, Fort Worth is a true bustling city conveniently located just 30 miles west of downtown Dallas. Its reputation as The City of Cowboys and Culture goes far beyond the NFL - the mix of country and city you will find in Fort Worth perfectly showcases the area's unique history.
Consistently ranked one of the best downtown areas in America, you and your family are sure to love exploring all that Fort Worth, Texas has to offer.
Events & Amenities
There is certainly no shortage of things to do in the Fort Worth area. From food and music to sports and shopping, the city is sure to hold something for everyone.
Cowboys fans will be thrilled to find the AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, just minutes from Fort Worth. Plus, with DFW International Airport only a short drive down the road, getting to your next destination is easier than ever.
Fort Worth is also home to a variety of parks, community centers, and hiking and walking trails to help get you and your family moving and enjoying the great Texas outdoors. Marion Sanson Park, Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge and Eagle Mountain Park are among the local favorites for enjoying the animals, wildflowers, waterfalls and more that make Fort Worth so special.
To experience nature right in the city, check out Fort Worth's Trinity Park, a 252-acre space boasting more than 40 miles of trails for visitors to walk and bike along the Clear Fork Trinity River.
This diverse city also offers events catered to any taste. Whether you're interested in a night at the opera, food and wine or the rodeo, Fort Worth has just the thing for you.
Other Popular Destinations
Head over to Fort Worth's Cultural District to experience museums, shopping and dining suited to every interest and taste. Home to the widely-renown Kimbell Art Museum, this expansive district invites visitors to experience everything from modern and American art, to textiles, science, history and antiques.
Other local favorites in the Fort Worth area include Texas Motor Speedway and Sundance Square, which boasts 35 blocks of shopping and dining. Residents can also travel just north of downtown Fort Worth to Partner Island to enjoy water sports, catch a drive-in movie, or see a concert at Texas' only waterfront stage.
For an authentic Wild West experience, head over to Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District to witness some of the original brick and wood structures Texas' livestock legacy is built on. Visitors can catch a rodeo, take a Segway tour of the grounds, watch the Fort Worth Herd - the only twice-a-day cattle drive in the world - and much more. To cap off your day in the West, grab some of the state's famous Texas BBQ or Tex-Mex cuisine at one of the many highly rated establishments.
Fort Worth Independent School District offers residents 21 high schools, 29 middle schools and more than 80 elementary schools in addition to learning and transition centers designed to meet your student's unique needs. There are also many charter and private schools to choose from.
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