The City of Cowboys and Culture
Fort Worth is the 13th largest city in the United States and part of the #1 tourist destination in Texas, welcoming 9.4 million visitors annually. With more than 200 open-air patio restaurants, museums, Botanic Garden, and the #1 Zoo in the nation with over 7,000 animals.
Sundance Square, a popular destination for visitors and locals alike, is a 35-block section of historic downtown, filled with shopping galore! Embody the culture and history of “The West” at the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District and don’t forget your cowboy boots so you can two-step to live music at the world’s largest honky-tonk. Fort Worth is known for its diversity and dedication to human rights, having been one of the first Texas cities to establish its own non-discrimination laws; “Y’all Means All”.
Key Areas Around Fort Worth, TX
Arlington, Dallas, Richland Hills, Burleson, Bedford, Colleyville
Why Fort Worth, TX?
-#1 Zoo in the nation
-The Kimbell Art Museum is home to the only Michelangelo in the Americas
-Fort Worth hosts the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive and year-round rodeo in the Stockyards National Historic District
-The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth was recognized as the best-designed building in Texas by Architectural Digest
-Total hotel rooms: 14,000, 1,800 downtown alone.
What’s New in Fort Worth, TX
-TEXRail $1billion commuter rail system connecting DFW International Airport and Downtown Fort Worth
-$540 million for 14,000-seat Dickies Arena, new home to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo With event spaces ranging in size from 685 square feet to 91,315 square feet.
-$300 million expansion of Fort Worth Convention Center (FWCC) offers 253,226sqft of exhibit space