Fort Worth Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Fort Worth; our list of the best things to see, including The Fort Worth Zoo, Traders Village and Grapevine Mills.
  • The best place in Fort Worth: The Fort Worth Zoo

    The Fort Worth Zoo

    1989 Colonial Parkway
    Open M-F 10AM-5PM and Sa,Su 10AM-6PM. Come see the animals and interactive exhibits. Admission: $7.00 to $10.50. (Wednesdays are half-price)
    Arlington Heights food nearby
  • Traders Village

    Traders Village

    2602 Mayfield Road
    Flea Market featuring over 3,500 vendors, kiddie rides, arcade games and a wide variety of state-fair-style foods. Open every Saturday and Sunday, year-round.
    East
  • Grapevine Mills

    Grapevine Mills

    Large indoor outlet mall with close to 200 stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Other major Dallas-area outlet malls are located in Allen, to the north, and Hillsboro, to the south.
  • Gateway Church

    Gateway Church

    gatewaypeople.com
    food nearby
  • Kimbell Art Museum

    Kimbell Art Museum

    +1 817 332-8451 [19] A collection of artwork that ranges from 3000 BC to the mid-1900's. Although the collection is small, it boasts such big names as Matisse, Goya, Mondrian and Picasso, among others. The museum building itself is a highlight of architectural modernism, designed by American architect Louis Kahn.
    Arlington Heights eat nearby
  • National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

    National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

    [22] Museum and association which honors women of the American West who have displayed courage or spirit and who have distinguished themselves while exemplifying the pioneer spirit.
    Arlington Heights restaurants nearby
  • Sundance Square

    Sundance Square

    Well lit and popular with tourists and locals, Sundance Square is frequently the center for outdoor events such as concerts and art festivals.
    Downtown food nearby
  • TCU Horned Frogs

    TCU Horned Frogs

    the sports teams representing Texas Christian University
    The Frogs are best known for their football program, a rising national power in the first part of this century. TCU is in its final season as a member of the Mountain West Conference; in July 2012, the Frogs will move to the Big 12 Conference. Most of TCU's athletic venues are on campus, with the best-known being Amon G. Carter Stadium (football) and Daniel–Meyer Coliseum (basketball).
    Arlington Heights eat nearby
  • MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival

    MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival

    ranked 8th in the country by the Art Fair Source Book and the Harris List
    Fort Worth Arts Festival, [32], ranked 8th in the country by the Art Fair Source Book and the Harris List, and number one in Texas, celebrates its 21st year on April 20 - 23, 2006. MAIN ST., presented by Coors Light and produced by Downtown Fort Worth, Inc., hosts tens of thousands of people annually during the four-day visual arts, entertainment and cultural event. MAIN ST. showcases a nationally recognized fine art and fine craft juried art fair, live concerts, performance artists and street performers on the streets of downtown Fort Worth-stretching nine blocks on Main Street from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center. (Free)
    Southside restaurants nearby
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    The buiding is designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando.
    Arlington Heights food nearby
  • Bass Performance Hall

    Bass Performance Hall

    Welcome to the official Facebook page for Bass Performance Hall in downtown Fort Worth. Our website is www.basshall.com and you can find us on Twitter at @basshall.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Fort Worth Cats Baseball

    Fort Worth Cats Baseball

    For a unique baseball experience, catch a Cats game at LaGrave Field, tel. +1 817 226 2287, located just west of downtown. Ticket prices and parking are substantially less expensive than those at a Texas Rangers game, and LaGrave Field is a quaint throwback to the small ballparks of the early to mid 20th century. Seats 4,500 patrons and features a pavilion, boxed seating and excellent food.
    Northeast restaurants nearby
  • River Legacy Living Science Center

    River Legacy Living Science Center

    River Legacy Living Science Center serves as the gateway to the adjacent 1,300-acre River Legacy Parks. Stop by the Nature Center before exploring the Parks' 8 miles of trails, river overlooks and more. Park hours are 5 am to 10 pm daily.
    Eastside food nearby
  • Piranha Killer Sushi

    Piranha Killer Sushi

    335 W 3rd St
    The best sushi in Fort Worth, downtown.
    Downtown
  • Sundance Square Parade of Lights

    Sundance Square Parade of Lights

    Late November. Watch colorful illuminated floats, beautiful antique cars, marching bands, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages and a cast of delightful characters dressed in their holiday best. The unforgettable parade and an annual visit from Santa Claus and his elves will make the Sundance Square Parade of Lights a fun-filled holiday experience for the entire family! Free.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Joe T. Garcia's Mexican

    Joe T. Garcia's Mexican

    2201 N Commerce St
    A Fort Worth legend, dine family style in a large converted mansion or in its beautiful expansive gardens with lush vegetation and calming pools; choose from one of two menu options nightly. There is frequently a line around the block in good weather, so arrive early or be prepared to wait. Great margaritas. Cash only (ATM on site).
    Northeast
  • H3 Ranch

    H3 Ranch

    105 W Exchange Ave
    For the cowboy tourist. A strong cowtown theme predominates in this Stockyards-area steakhouse. Come for the atmosphere first, the food second.
    Northeast
  • Chef Point Cafe

    Chef Point Cafe

    5901 Watauga Rd.
    Mo-Th 11a-9p, Sat 7a-10p, Sun 11a-8p. Fine dining in a Conoco station.
    Far North
  • Fred's Texas Cafe

    Fred's Texas Cafe

    915 Currie Street
    Mon-Sat 10a-Midnight, Sunday Brunch. $8-12. The "Outlaw Chef" cooks genuine Southern/Texican food in one of the most unique and exciting ways you'll find in Fort Worth. Super laid-back setting, with genuine Texas food and genuine Texas music. Happy hour before 6 and whenever it's raining.
    Arlington Heights
  • Spiral Diner

    Spiral Diner

    1314 W. Magnolia
    Tue-Sat 11A-10P, Sun 11A-5P. The only strictly vegan restaurant in Fort Worth, Spiral Diner has an eclectic menu that will not let you down on taste. One of Fort Worth's finest restaurants regardless of dietary restriction.
    Arlington Heights
  • Play/Pause/Replay

    420 S
    (one street over from Main (west) behind Wilhoites and Big Fish). DIY Venue/Art Space/Music Consignment Store/Rehearsal Space. Regular Open Mic on Wednesdays, band performances on Thursdays. BYOB.
    restaurants nearby
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    1501 Montgomery St.
    Family based hands on science and history museum, boasts traveling exhibits and the Omni-imax theater.
    Arlington Heights food nearby
  • The Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    3220 Botanic Garden Blvd
    Admission: Free, Japanese garden $3.
    Arlington Heights eat nearby
  • Six Flags Shopping Mall

    2911 E
    Division St.
    Dalworthington Gardens
  • Historic Mansfield Music & Arts Festival

    Main Street at Broad Street
    Each October, the Mansfield Music & Arts Festival brings thousands of people together to enjoy concerts by bands from across the Metroplex and Texas. Main Street is blocked off to vehicular traffic in the Historic District, stages are erected, and dozens of local restaurants, shops and businesses set up temporary booths for this two-day celebration.
    food nearby
  • Arlington Highlands

    I-20 and Matlock Road
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Fort Worth uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.