111 Hampton Street Ft. Worth, TX 76102 +1 817 692 3228
A leading venue for showcasing contemporary art works of local artists, Artspace 111 believes in helping struggling artists and works diligently towards promoting them too. The charming location also doubles up as an entertainment venue for weddings and special occasions.
221 West Exchange Avenue Ft. Worth, TX 76106 +1 817 626 0181
Rodeo Exchange has been in business since 1986, which makes it somewhat of an institution around these parts. Come on Tuesday nights for free dance lessons - just don't forget your cowboy hat. Famous for their low-price drinks, Rodeo Exchange offers a number of drink specials, including happy hour until 8p and Friday Ladies Nights. Fridays and Saturdays feature live music, mostly country, from acts ranging from local favorites to national stars like Trace Adkins. Fun times, cheap drinks and good old fashioned country tunes make this club a hoot.
1701 East Lancaster Avenue Ft. Worth, TX 76102 +1 817 348 8444
The world's largest haunted house, Cutting Edge promises to "scare the daylight out of you." Move over horror movies and thrillers, Cutting Edge is here to give you some serious goosebumps and scare you out of your wits. Halloween parties don't get any better! It's all about spooky props, dead pirates, freaky pictures, hanging skeletons, eerie sounds and then some! Don't forget to check out the crazy Halloween costumes, Halloween games and the picture galleries, while you're at it.
8940 Creek Run Road Ft. Worth, TX 76120 +1 817 303 4370
Are you a golfer who has no problem driving a ball 500 yards, except, it goes in the wrong direction? In that case, the Jim McLean Golf Center in Fort Worth has the necessary expertise to turn you into a well rounded golfer. By staffing world class golf professionals and developing a consistent curriculum (the proprietary X-Factor and 8 Step Swing instruction), McLean has created a school that caters to an individual's weaknesses and gives them the training needed to improve their game. In addition to instruction, the center also provides personal club fitting, a fitness center, and a legends scoring nine hole practice course. Whether it be putting, driving, or developing a new swing, The Jim McLean Golf Center will give you all the necessary instruction to make the ball land closer to the hole, than the parking lot.
American Airlines sponsors C.R. Smith Museum, which examines the history of commercial airlines and explores their inner workings. Visitors have ample opportunities to check out seminal principals of flight first hand; they can experience a wind tunnel, see how a jet engine works, try out the pilot's seat in the cockpit or enter the Flight Lab to learn more about air pressure at high altitudes. The IWERKS large-screen theater shows movies about airline history while the patrons sit in authentic first-class seats. Moreover, there is a gift shop.
One of the oldest churches in the area, it was founded in 1873 shortly after the town of Fort Worth was commissioned. The Fort Worth symphony performed its first concert in the church's auditorium in 1920. It is known as the first American church to run a religious radio station. The church continues to expand with ministries in music, visitation and bible study. It is also commissioning a new sanctuary. Community services include transportation to and from worship services.
3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard Fort Worth Botanical Gardens Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 871 7686/+1 817 871 7673
Built in 1970, the Japanese Garden is a part of Fort Worth Botanic Gardens and is spread across 7.5 acre. Much of the beautiful trees and plants of the garden were brought from the city of Nagaoka, Japan. Other attractions inside the garden include the wooden bridge, meditation garden, pagoda and a viewing deck. However, the most popular attraction inside the Japanese Garden is the pond where you can feed food palettes to number of exotic Koi fishes. Besides this, the garden is also host to concerts during the weekends as well as the annual Spring Festival and Fall Festival that celebrate Japanese art and culture. Call for more information.
2516 East Belknap Ft. Worth, TX 76111 +1 817 831 2261
The Stagecoach Ballroom features over 3500 square feet (325 square meters) of space to dance to your favorite country western hits, as well as original compositions. The Ballroom features live performances from local acts. All ages are welcome here; from grandma to the little ones, everyone can have a great time here. Check it out on Fridays for singles night, a night sure to make you bring your best dance moves.
2736 West 6th Street Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 877 0666
Lola's Saloon is actually comprised of three different bar areas: the one inside where musical acts play, the outdoor one on the front patio and the other outdoor one on the back patio. Live music lovers and laid-back beer lovers come here to knock back a few in a cool, fun atmosphere. Lola's features happy hour from 2p to 8p on Mondays through Fridays, giving patrons plenty of time to get their discount beer on.
1100 Foch Street Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 336 9463
Times Ten Cellars has wines from both California and Texas regions. Wines are also created from the Cellars' equipment which was shipped from Italy and France. Visitors get to enjoy the different types of wine in a tasting room and wine bar. Guests can reserve space for a private party, wedding reception or for a private wine tasting event.
Fort Worth Convention Center is a spacious complex and seats
up to 11,200 people. It was formerly called the Tarrant County Convention Center. Being home to many professional teams like San Antonio Spurs of the NBA, it is always ...
This building, designed by James J. Kane in the Gothic
Revival style, has been in use since its completion in 1892. It features stunning hand painted stained glass windows, which came over from Munich the year of the church's ...
Founded in 1975 in the small panhandle town of Hereford,
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame offers a distinct perspective on the role of women in the West. Beginning in the settling days and progressing through to modern ...