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As you walk through the city streets, you'll be sharing the footpaths with roughly 750,000 people.
It can be found 280 kilometres from the state capital, Austin, and 20 kilometres from Crowley.
A visit to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing or the Omni Theater is a great opportunity for a bit of quality time with the family. If you're looking for even more fun and excitement, Hawaiian Falls Mansfield and Hawaiian Falls Roanoke are a couple of additional options.
Are you kids curious about wildlife? Take them on an excursion to the Fort Worth Zoo, where youngsters can learn about what an animal likes to eat, the sounds it makes and much, much more!
Fancy an afternoon tasting local wines? You can indulge your taste buds, as well as learn the art of winemaking in this region, at the Lost Oak Winery.
Places like the Fort Worth Botanic Garden play an important role in both national and worldwide plant protection efforts. The extensive flora collection found here is both fascinating and exquisitely presented.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to experience a bit of greenery. The Fort Worth Japanese Garden and Parks at Town Center are just two of the impressive recreational hubs you'll find amid this concrete jungle. You can also relax with a newspaper and watch the world go by at Fort Worth Water Gardens and Cross Timbers Park.
Fort Worth Stockyards Visitor Center is a great starting point for your visit. You'll uncover a wealth of information here, including day trip ideas, the top restaurants to check out and so much more.
Burger's Lake and Lake Worth are fabulous places to run off to if you could do with some quietude. Sit on the water's edge and enjoy the splendid views.
Slip on some comfy shoes and prepare for adventure. There are plenty of nature reserves in this area that are just waiting to be explored. The fresh air and natural surroundings at Heritage Park and Trinity Park are as energising as they come. For a little more downtime, continue on to Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge and Marion Sansom Park.
Get going to the C.R. Smith Aviation Museum or the Texas Civil War Museum if the weather's looking less-than-perfect. Study the captivating displays or just take a break in the calm surroundings. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and the National Cowboys of Color Museum are also must visits for museum enthusiasts.
Inquisitive minds will be over the moon with the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, where an entire range of mind-boggling scientific objects and innovations are just waiting to be examined.
Art enthusiasts come from across the globe to experience Fort Worth's gorgeous collections, and the Amon Carter Museum and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth are usually at the top of their itineraries. If you've still got an itch to scratch, continue on to the Kimbell Art Museum and the Sid Richardson Museum.
If you consider yourself a history enthusiast, discover the fascinating exhibits that bring to life people and events of days gone by at the Thistle Hill House Museum. The Mansfield Historical Museum and the Log Cabin Village are also passionate about telling the story of the area's rich heritage.
To truly understand the history of Fort Worth, take a few hours to visit the Texas Christian University and Tarrant County Courthouse. Why not also investigate the Burnett Plaza and Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House?
Are you ready to take a spiritual journey? Take a glance into some local religious history, and maybe even find the answers to your biggest questions, at St. Patrick Cathedral and Broadway Baptist Church. You should also check for guided tours at Broadway Baptist Church.
There is a saying that exploring new places leaves you speechless, then transforms you into a storyteller. You'll have a few more tales to tell back at home if you go to some of Fort Worth's less well-known sights, like the Colonial Country Club, National Archives and Records Administration and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
It shouldn't take long to find a comfy Fort Worth hotel. There are more than 64 accommodations currently on lastminute.com.au.
Whether you're looking for the basics or the whole shebang, Fort Worth has you sorted! For a place that won't melt your credit card, you can't go past the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Fort Worth Downtown, located at 1010 Houston St, or the Hotel Texas Fort Worth, at 2415 Ellis Ave. But then again — you are on holiday. If you'd rather live the high life while you're here, we don't blame you! The welcoming staff at The Ashton Hotel and The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel are specialists in life's finer things.
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