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 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.