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“The place where the West begins” wears its heritage like a medal. Established in 1849 as a US Army outpost on the Trinity River, Fort Worth was named for Mexican War hero William Jenkins Worth. In the 1860s the town became a shipping point for buffalo hunters on the Great Plains. No city nickname has endured like “Cowtown,” a moniker adopted in the 1870s when beef cattle were driven up the Chisholm Trail from South Texas. Fort Worth was first a supply station and later, with the arrival of the railway, a major terminus itself.
Tourist attractions Fort Worth : Things to see and do
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. USA - Fort Worth, TX 76107-2744
A showcase building (1972) and remarkable survey collection have made the Kimbell one of the finest small public art museums in the world. Architect Louis Kahn made innovative use of natural light, enabling curators to subtly rearrange generous space..
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. USA - Fort Worth, TX 76107-2631
This extraordinary small museum gained international stature with its three-fold 2001 expansion by Philip Johnson, who also designed the initial International-style building in 1961. The original first floor is devoted to late oilman-publisher Amon G..
130 East Exchange Ave. USA - Fort Worth, TX 76106
An Old West flair persists in old Cowtown. A steam train, year-round rodeos and top country-and-western nightlife couple with historic hotels, steakhouses and Western wear shops to give it a frontier flavor. The small Stockyards Museum, in the 1902 L..
Hotels Fort Worth
600 Commerce Street USA - Fort Worth TX 76102
Prix Prices from : 166 $
Within walking distance from many popular attractions, this all-suite hotel is situated in the heart of the city, and features spacious 2-room accommodation along with many thoughtful and modern amenities. The Embassy Suites Fort Worth-Downtown is c..
601 Main Street USA - Fort Worth TX 76102
Located in Fort Worth’s lively Sundance Square, this hotel offers rooms with 32-inch cable LCD TVs. Free daily newspapers are available in the lobby. An outdoor pool and hot tub is on site. Rooms at Courtyard Fort Worth Downtown/Blackstone feature..
1701 Commerce Street USA - Fort Worth TX 76102
This smoke-free hotel is right across the street from the Fort Worth Convention Center and within minutes of other Fort Worth attractions. The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel features sophistication and excitement with state-of-the-art technology and comf..