The City of Cowboys & Culture is the 16th-largest city in the United States and part of the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas. Fort Worth is comprised of seven primary entertainment districts each offering distinct dining, shopping, entertainment and cultural amenities. In only a few days you can enjoy a range of experiences: from NASCAR racing to rodeos, world-class museums to cowboy cuisine, boutique shopping to a twice-daily cattle drive, biking to horseback riding.

Also known as the “Cultural Capital of the Southwest”, Fort Worth is home to a world-renowned Cultural District with five world-class museums housing some of the most important works of art of the 20th century, including the only Michelangelo in the Americas.

This ideal is apparent in the city's coveted Van Cliburn Piano Competition, Bass Performance Hall, museums and galleries, world-class symphony, opera, ballet and theatre programs.

Fort Worth is conveniently located 17.5 miles from D/FW International Airport. With 1,850 flights daily, DFW Airport serves as a gateway for visitors from around the globe, making Fort Worth an easily accessible international and domestic leisure destination.

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Anyone who’s been to Fort Worth can vouch for what an exciting and unusual city it is – you really are on cowboy territory and there’s no escaping it. Aside from living the childhood dream of seeing (or being) the milky bar kid, it evokes that sense of familiarity that comes from visiting a truly authentic place that you’ve otherwise only experienced through movies. But it’s not all about the cowboys, there’s an amazing array of culture on offer, too. We’ve devised an itinerary that will give you an unforgettable four days in this new travel hot spot. Get those lassoes at the ready.

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Known and loved for its distinctive Wild West flavour, Fort Worth is still a treasure trove of all things cowboy. Don your best cowboy boots and head down to the legendary Stockyards National Historic District where there are regular cattle drives, rodeos, and of course lashings of live country music. Luckily there are also a fair few saloons dotted about serving cold beers and enormous slabs of steak. The following day take the time to explore the Fort Worth Cultural District – stopping in at The Kimble Art Museum for a peak into their fantastic modern art gallery, before heading off in search of cowboy-themed gifts from one of the many shops. On your second night in Fort Worth we’d recommend trying out some Mexican cuisine at Cantina Laredo before stopping in at Bar 9 for great drinks and live DJ sets.

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Fort Worth is located in the center of the United States, so it’s accessible from practically anywhere. And once you’re in town, it’s very easy to get around Fort Worth or travel to nearby cities.

Bus service:
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority, known locally as The T, offers rides all over Fort Worth, including routes to popular attractions like the Stockyards National Historic District, the Fort Worth Cultural District and downtown’s Sundance Square. Hop on Molly the Trolley, a free downtown get-around.
Rail service:
The T also operates the Trinity Railway Express, or TRE, which provides convenient rail transportation between Fort Worth and Dallas and transfer access to DFW International Airport. In downtown Fort Worth, hop aboard at either the historic T&P Station or the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC).
Air travel:
The fourth-busiest airport in the nation, Dallas & Fort Worth International Airport is only 17.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth. From this airport, you can reach any major city in the U.S. in less than four hours. Ground transportation from the airport: Take a seat in a convenient shuttle bus or taxi cab. Or ride a remote shuttle bus to the Trinity Railway Express and take it to the ITC in downtown Fort Worth. For more info about taking the TRE to and from the airport, click here.
Walking maps:
Ready to hoof it? Download our Fort Worth area walking maps. Walking is a wonderful way to experience the major entertainment districts in addition to the Trinity Trails that connect several of our major districts.
Bike Sharing:
Bike sharing is an inexpensive, healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around Fort Worth. Simply pick up a bike at any bike sharing station and ride it to any other station. You’ll find more than 40 docking stations throughout the city, including downtown, the Near Southside and the Cultural District.

iFort Worth Visitor Information Center- Downtown

Hours: Monday - Saturday 10am to 6pm. Located near Sundance Square- the heart of downtown Fort Worth, iFort Worth is the perfect starting point for your trip. At iFort Worth pick up maps and brochures, talk to the expert staff, and receive information about upcoming events. When you register your email at this visitor information center you receive a free Fort Worth bandana!

508 Main Street, Fort Worth | 817-698-3300

Stockyards Visitor Information Center

Hours: Mon-Sat: 9am to 6pm; Sun: 11am to 5pm. Located on Exchange Avenue in the heart of the Stockyards, the Stockyards Visitor Information Center is the perfect starting point for your Fort Worth trip. Here you will learn about Fort Worth’s rich western history and it's the perfect place to watch the Herd’s twice daily cattle drive (11:30am and 4pm). At the Stockyards Visitor Information Center you can pick up maps and brochures, talk to the friendly staff, and receive information about upcoming events. Sign up to receive more information, and win a free bandana.

130 E. Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth | 817-624-4741