Dallas and Fort Worth

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  • 1. Kimbell Art Museum

    Cultural District | Museum/Gallery

    Architect Louis Kahn's most famous American building was this museum, composed of six long concrete vaults with skylights running the length...Read More

  • 2. Sundance Square


    The billionaire Bass brothers of Fort Worth are to be thanked for what may be the most eye-pleasing juxtaposition of scale: rather than tear...Read More

  • 3. Amon Carter Museum

    Cultural District | Museum/Gallery

    A short walk from the Kimbell, west of Downtown Fort Worth, this museum's collection of American art is centered on Remington and Russell mostly...Read More

  • 4. Bass Performance Hall

    Downtown Fort Worth | Arts/Performance Venue

    You can't miss the two 48-foot limestone angels on one side of this multipurpose building, which unabashedly fills a city block. The hall opened...Read More

  • 5. Billy Bob's Texas

    Stockyards | Arts/Performance Venue

    The renowned honky-tonk has been a cattle barn, airplane factory, and department store. It's now home to live music, eating, drinking, shopping...Read More

  • 6. Cowtown Cattlepen Maze

    Stockyards | Sports–Sight

    Test your navigational skills and patience in this human maze patterned after Old West cattlepens. For a fee you can race against the clock...Read More

  • 7. Fort Worth Botanic Garden


    Among the 23 gardens here are the Lower Rose Garden, whose classical design was inspired by the Villa Lante gardens in Bagnaia, Italy, and the...Read More

  • 8. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    Cultural District | Museum/Gallery

    At this writing, this redesigned museum was scheduled to open in fall 2009 with more room for interactive exhibits, a new planetarium, and an...Read More

  • 9. Fort Worth Zoo


    The oldest continuous zoo site in Texas, the lush grounds here house more than 5,000 exotic and native animals—including Komodo dragons, koalas...Read More

  • 10. Log Cabin Village

    Museum Village

    Visitors can roam the grounds and tour log cabins representative of life on the North Texas plains in the 19th century. Staff members and volunteers...Read More

  • 11. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    Cultural District | Museum/Gallery

    This structure, residing in a gorgeously realized building designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando and consisting of five glass pavilions...Read More

  • 12. National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

    Cultural District | Museum/Gallery

    You don't have to be a cowgirl or cowboy to fall in love with this fine museum and its celebration of pioneering women. The building, just across...Read More

  • 13. Sid Richardson Museum

    Downtown Fort Worth | Museum/Gallery

    Fort Worth is an appropriate setting for this private collection of art celebrating the American West, with pieces that capture the emotion...Read More

  • 14. Stockyards Championship Rodeo

    Stockyards | Sports–Sight

    Catch a live rodeo Friday and Saturday nights to watch competitive bull riding, roping, barrel racing, and more. The rodeo draws locals, families...Read More

  • 15. Stockyards National Historic District


    The recalls the prosperity brought to the city in 1902 when two major Chicago meat packers, Armour and Swift, set up plants here to ship meat...Read More

  • 16. Stockyards Station

    Stockyards | Store/Shop/Mall

    Gathered under one roof is a sort of Western-style mall, with restaurants, shops, and benches for resting your boots. If shopping's your game...Read More

  • 17. Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

    Stockyards | Museum/Gallery

    Embrace the rodeo and Western culture at this newer museum. Exhibits share details and gear from members of the hall fame, such as country-and...Read More

  • 18. Will Rogers Memorial Center

    Cultural District | Sports Venue

    Near Fort Worth's museums, this partially restored coliseum–and–stock pen complex was named after the humorist and Fort Worth booster, who described...Read More

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