15 fun things to do the next time you’re in Fort Worth, Texas.
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The outdoors enthusiast will enjoy the Fort Worth Nature Center, a reserve of prairies and woodlands great for hiking and biking. For music aficionados, Panther Island, an outdoor concert venue with a scenic backdrop of downtown Fort Worth beyond the Trinity River, is a must-see.
For a more cultural angle of the DFW area, try a day trip sightseeing some famous works of art and artifacts. The Sid Richardson Museum, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, the Fort Worth Aviation Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Cattle Raisers Museum and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame are some of the most beloved history museums and galleries in north Texas and a must-see for art and history buffs.
And if you’re traveling with little ones, you can’t miss the Fort Worth Zoo, a world-famous destination. Young eyes experiencing the zoo for the first time will love taking in the sights and sounds of wildlife up close.
On the menu in Fort Worth? Burgers. As a cattle town, the city knows how to grill, fry and broil to perfection. Take a walk down Main Street or any downtown avenue for a wealth of options for lunchtime or dinner grub.
Looking for more? Other things to check out during your stay in Fort Worth include the Cowtown Coliseum, Fort Worth Cultural District, the koi fish at the Japanese Gardens, the Fort Worth Rose Gardens, bull riding at a local bar downtown, kayaking along the river and the Fort Worth Water Gardens and water parks, and the Fort Worth Children's Museum.
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