Summer is officially here and we're here to celebrate it two-fold! Check out our picks for family fun in the sun this June in Fort Worth. 

U.S. Gymnastics Championships

Watch Olympic gymnast compete for their spot on Team USA when you purchase tickets to the U.S. Gymnastics Championships at Dickies Arena the first weekend of June. Powerhouse Simone Biles will be competing and is sure to bring the energy. Get the details and purchase tickets.


Log Cabin Village

Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth’s homage to its first settlers, has finally opened! Cabins remain closed but guests are welcome to can peek inside from the doorways. Park interpreters are also on hand to answer all questions. Get the details.


Bassmaster Classic

The Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk heads to Fort Worth June 11-13. The "Super Bowl of Bass Fishing" is a family-friendly event that is free to attend. Catch angling action at Lake Ray Roberts; watch daily weigh-ins at Dickies Arena; and shop over 200 vendors at the Outdoors Expo at Will Rogers Memorial Center.


Father’s Day Cookout 

Treat dad to a Father’s Day Cookout at the Fort Worth Zoo. The after-hours event on Friday, June 18, will take place inside Texas Wild! and includes a meet-and-greet with some cool animals. Get the details. 


Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects Made with LEGO® Bricks

The award-winning exhibition at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden uses LEGOs to make cool works of art that explore humanity’s relationship with nature and other themes. It's an exhibit you're sure to remember. Get the details.


12 Mighty Orphans Movie Premiere 

The film “12 Mighty Orphans” tells the story of the 1930s-era football team from Fort Worth that captured national attention during its Cinderella season. The production filmed in the city in 2019 with support from the Fort Worth Film Commission. The film opens in Texas on Friday, June 11, and nationwide on Friday, June 18.

Catch the film at the newly opened Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Theater in the Fort Worth Stockyards. A special exhibition featuring photos and props from the film will be on display at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame June 8-August 8. 


Sid Richardson Museum

The Sid Richardson Museum reopens on June 7 after being closed due to COVID-19. The free museum is dedicated to western art and is located in Sundance Square, making it a must-visit on your next visit to downtown Fort Worth. Online story times will continue to be released each Thursday in June. Get the details.


Juneteenth Festival

Join Ms. Opal Lee on her 2.5-mile walk for freedom from Evans Avenue Plaza to the Tarrant County Courthouse in Downtown on Saturday, June 19. The walk culminates in a Juneteenth Festival at Panther Island Pavilion, including food, music and a firework display. More event details here


Four-Person Family Sports

Disc golf, badminton, chess and bowling are four games perfect for a winning family experience. Here's where you can play in Fort Worth with yours. Get the details.