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Fort Worth Holidays

Known for being ‘where the West begins’, Fort Worth is the Ying to neighbouring Dallas’s Yang. Where Dallas is brash and cosmopolitan, Fort Worth has a laid back, distinctly cowboy feel. In the 19th century, the city was a major supply depot for cattlemen along the famous Chisholm Trail and it still embraces its Western heritage. Where else would you find a twice-daily cattle drive breezing through town and a choice of not one but three cowboy (and girl) museums?

But it’s not all rodeos and Stetsons in Cowtown. Fort Worth holidays are also a perfect fit for culture vultures, with some great art collections, traditional Western architecture and concert venues – most notably the Bass Performance hall with its visually arresting design and magnificent acoustics. For something with more local roots, why not try a honky tonk bar for some home-grown country music? Billy Bob’s Texas hosts the biggest names in the business every weekend.

Fort Worth is also a distinctly green city. If you’re an outdoors type, this city has plenty to whet your appetite whether you want to stroll around botanic gardens or hike along the 40 mile-long Trinity Trails. Do as the locals do and take a horseback ride along the Trinity River or, if you’d rather be on the water, hire a kayak or try a spot of wakeboarding at the Cowtown Wakepark.

Heading out for the evening is also something you’ll enjoy in Fort Worth, whether you want to take in some live music, enjoy a tasting at a local brewery or distillery (TreyMark Black-Eyed Vodka – the world’s only vodka made from black-eyed peas, is a particular favourite) or take a seat at one of the city’s wealth of sporting venues, there’s something for everyone. So saddle up and ride on in.

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Sporting glory

Fort Worth Pitch

Fort Worth is a treat for sports enthusiasts, with American football, major league baseball, NASCAR, Indycar and golf all featuring heavily. Highlights include the world’s largest domed stadium, the AT&T, home of the Dallas Cowboys and LaGrave, where you can watch the minor league Fort Worth Cats. This historic ballpark seats 4,500 spectators and features a pavilion, boxed seating and excellent food.

Sundance Square

Sundance Square is at the heart of Fort Worth’s downtown area. In this modern 35-block shopping and entertainment district, beautifully restored historic buildings stand alongside magnificent skyscrapers. Here, you’ll find locals, downtown residents and visitors to the city among a huge choice of restaurants, shops, galleries and performance venues.

The Cultural District

Arguably one of the finest groups of museums in the USA, the Fort Worth Cultural District boasts collections of art ranging from antiquity to Picasso and the modern day. This area, located in a park like setting, is also home to the Will Rogers Memorial Center, home of the Annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, as well as the celebrated theatre, Casa Mañana.

Fort Worth Stockyards

Once home to cowboys, cattlemen and outlaws, the Stockyards National Historic District is now one of the most popular attractions in Texas. Start out on Exchange Avenue, where the weathered brick streets are lined with historic buildings, restaurants, shops, saloons and other attractions. Watch the Fort Worth Herd, sample some honky tonk and buy your authentic cowboy boots here.


From festivals, races, rodeos and everything in between, there's plenty of Fort Worth events to choose from year-round. Whether you're looking for upcoming special exhibitions in the Cultural District, searching for a concert at Bass Performance Hall or checking out what's in store for the season at Fort Worth's Panther Island, you'll find something spectacular happening here.


Our Top Hotels in Fort Worth

Sheraton Fort Worth

Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa


The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa offers an ideal location in this vibrant city and is less than a block from the state-of-the-art Fort Worth Convention Center.

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Embassy Suites Fort Worth - Downtown

Embassy Suites Fort Worth - Downtown


This Fort Worth hotel is the only upscale all-suite hotel located downtown and is directly across from the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall.

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Omni Fort Worth Hotel

Omni Fort Worth Hotel


As breathtaking as any Texas sunset the New Omni Fort Worth offers a new taste of Texas hospitality. This modern hotel is sculpted from native stone and rich hardwoods.

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Fly Drive Holiday: Grand Texan Trails

Dallas - Austin - Houston - San Antonio - Fort Worth - Dallas

This suggested fly drive itinerary gives you the perfect introduction to urban Texas. You’ll visit cosmopolitan Dallas, funky state capital Austin, NASA centre Houston, historic San Antonio and Western Fort Worth with plenty of time to explore in each destination. Travel between cities by car so that you can explore and discover the state at your own pace. Have a good time, y’all!
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Time Difference:
GMT- 6 hours

Closest Airport:
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport(approx. 9 hours and 25 minutes, direct flight)

Airport transfers:
From £10 per person, per way.

Getting around:
It’s easy to get around Fort Worth using public transport but if you want to get out and explore the Lone Star state, why not hire a car from £21 per day?

Insider Tip:
Considered one of the top five zoos in the USA, the Fort Worth Zoo is well worth a visit, especially if you’re travelling with children. Attractions include an abandoned saw-mill in the swamps of East Texas and a turn of the century Texas town with a play barn and hands on exhibits.

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