Discover the city of “cowboys and culture,” a truly Texan experience packed with longhorns, rodeos and western saloons. Our first stop is at the legendary Stock Yards. From there, our journey will take us to the heart of downtown, Sundance Square, a dazzling historic and entertainment district where charming, beautifully restored buildings, red-brick streets and lush courtyards add to the plaza’s authentic western aura.
Fort Worth’s fascinating western history and colorful past will come to life with tales about the Chisholm Trail and the famous outlaws, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, while we stroll the Hell’s Half Acre where saloons, gambling parlors and dance halls once flourished.
We will then explore the sunken Fort Worth Water Gardens; a beautiful and refreshing oasis, an architectural and engineering marvel, and stop by the JFK Tribute Memorial and the former Hotel Texas where President John F. Kennedy spent the last night of his life.
Come with us and discover Fort Worth’s rich history; from a lonely outpost on the western frontier and the cattle drives of the Chisholm Trail to the vibrant city Fort Worth is today.
Points of Interests
- The Stockyards (Cattle Drive at 10:00 AM and 4:30 PM every day)
- Billy Bob's
- Sundance Square Plaza & Entertainment District
- Chisholm Trail Mural
- Bass Performance Hall
- Hell Half Acre
- Water Gardens
- John F. Kennedy Tribute Memorial
- Cultural District and Museums