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There are plenty of places to park for free in Fort Worth. Check out the information below:
Downtown Fort Worth
All parking meters are free after 6 p.m. on weekdays, and all day on weekends.
There are plenty of parking options in Sundance Square, offering 3,500+ spaces in three parking garages.
For more info, visit sundancesquare.com/parking
If you’re headed to Fort Worth’s dynamic Southside, park for free in the Magnolia Green Garage at 1201 Alston Avenue. It offers 320 spaces on three levels.
Fort Worth Cultural District
Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Free parking for Amon Carter Museum visitors is available in the museum lot – east of the museum off Camp Bowie Boulevard. After 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday and on weekends, you can also park for free in the University of North Texas Health Science Center lot (on the northwest corner of Clifton Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard).
Kimbell Art Museum
Park for free at the Kimbell’s east entrance and underground parking garage (off Van Cliburn Way) and at the Darnell Street auditorium (across Van Cliburn Way from the museum).
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Free surface parking is available in the Modern’s parking lot near the entrance.
Fort Worth Stockyards
In the Stockyards National Historic District free street parking is offered along East Exchange Avenue.