Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

Posts from June 2016

We imagine Fort Worth having been founded by hardy men and women riding along dusty trails to establish a frontier outpost along a key river. We’ve still got trails (less dusty ones) and the Trinity River, and now those routes lead to activities your forefathers and mothers would never have
Ice cream shops in Fort Worth have had a hit-and-miss history. And now, a brief moment of silence for the cones of the past: Ben and Jerry's on Camp Bowie, The Bull Ring in the Stockyards, and Milwaukee Joe's Gourmet Ice Cream (although you can still buy Joe's ice cream at their Southlake location).

Fort Worth's Funky Barbershops

Posted On June 15, 2016 | Edward Brown

Sure, if you just want to pop in and out for a haircut there are countless hair salons in town for you. But there's no shortage of unique places in the 817 that strive to turn that simple trim into a unique experience that will keep you coming back. The Boardroom Salon For Men (2861 West 7th St.)
If you’ve ever heard of Fort Worth, Texas, you’re aware of our cowboy culture and the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. You might even know they’ve held the Stock Show at the Will Rogers Memorial Center every year since 1944. But you may not realize the complex hosts events year-round. As you
Dining in Fort Worth has become a real treat over the past two decades. From the revitalization of Sundance Square in the early part of the century to the development of Seventh Street over the last few years, there's so much to do, see and eat! The area formally known as West 7 th (bordered
Someone said that art is everywhere around us, if we only know where to look. In Fort Worth, that's especially true because the city is home to a fairly large blend of traditional and modern art -- and a lot of it's free to the public. Here are 15 public art pieces for your viewing pleasure. 1.
Bust out the foam finger, slip into your jersey, and don't forget the tickets! Home to an extensive collection of sports teams and organizations, North Texas is a fan's paradise. Cheer for major league baseball, college and professional football, as well as NASCAR and IndyCar Series races. With so