Fort Worth

Located just west of Dallas, Fort Worth is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, one of the most populated metro areas in the U.S. The city began as nothing more than an Army outpost overlooking a river, and although it has grown into a modern, fast-moving city, Fort Worth still embraces its Old Wild West traditions. It’s home to the world’s largest indoor rodeo and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Academy of Western Artists. Alongside its western feel, however, Fort Worth offers many cultural treats – the Kimbell Art Museum is considered to have one of the best art collections in the world, and the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge is home to one of the last remaining genetically pure bison herds and a living prairie dog town. The Texas Motor Speedway draws thousands of people to NASCAR events annually.

What to Do in Fort Worth

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C R Smith Museum
The CR Smith Museum opened on July 3, 1993 through the building effort and fundraising that was led various retiree groups and AA employee. The museum...
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