Explore the city of “cowboys and culture,” stuffed with longhorns, rodeos and western saloons for a real Texan encounter. The first stop is at the incredible Stock Yards. From there, the journey will take you to the heart of downtown, Sundance Square, a notable and exciting area where charming, restored buildings, red-brick roads, and lavish yards exemplify the Square’s bona fide western aura.
Fort Worth’s interesting Western history and colorful past will come to life with stories almost the Chisholm Path and the celebrated outlaws, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, whereas you stroll Hell’s Half Section of land where saloons, betting parlors, and dance halls once thrived.
The tour will then explore the sunken Fort Worth Water Gardens and stop by the JFK Tribute Memorial and the former Hotel Texas where President John F. Kennedy spent the last night of his life. Discover Fort Worth’s history; from a lonely outpost on the Western frontier and the cattle drives of the Chisholm Trail to the city Fort Worth is today.
Some highlights include: The Stockyards (Cattle Drive at 11:30am and 4:30pm), Billy Bob's, Sundance Square Plaza & Entertainment District, Chisholm Trail Mural, Bass Performance Hall, Hell’s Half Acre, Water Gardens, John F. Kennedy Tribute Memorial, Cultural District and Museums