Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

Category - Event Planners

“Every herd going up the trail stopped here in Fort Worth to replenish supplies. After selling their herds, the drovers would stop here once again to spend their hard-earned money. Because of Fort Worth’s significance to the cattle drives, our city earned its most enduring nickname, Cowtown.” 
It's easy to spend the day in the Fort Worth Cultural District. Located within a beautiful park-like setting, the exquisite architecture is equally as impressive as the renowned works of art inside each museum. Take a half or full day to explore it all. 
Fort Worth is home to many diverse areas, but nothing is more “Texas” than the Stockyards National Historic District. Here, the Old West is alive and well with group experiences like the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive, along with unique venues, Texas-original restaurants and nightlife hotspots all along the well-worn path. Take a look at some planning options for your group. 
Lou CharLe$ is already a top name in the regional hip-hop scene, and he shows no sign of stopping. Last year, he helped curate the Fort Worth Hip-Hop Happy Hour as part of the annual SXSW music and film festival. The wordsmith regularly drops new singles when he isn’t hosting What’s the Word? on 97.5 KFTW The Pirate Radio. 
The Lone Star State has never been under the radar when it comes to meeting offerings, but there are some really cool and unique venues that you might not even know about. Whether you’re an in-state planner looking for new venue options or you’ve wanted to see a glimpse into what a Texas meeting
If you’re searching for some new team-building ideas, Fort Worth is a true original! We've created specialized itineraries for every curiosity and whim, but these 15 activities are perfect for group bonding and collaboration and are anything but ordinary. Texas-Sized Team Adventures As more