If something is free these days, there always seems to be a catch. Not here though. Fort Worth Tourist Attractions offer some perfect escape plans for the summer that are fun, local and 100% free. Whether you’re in town for the weekend or playing hooky from work, check out these Fort Worth Tourist Attractions that won’t put any kind of dent in your wallet.
Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art- Stop by Sundance Square for this free attraction of western art owned by the “bachelor billionaire” himself
Fire Station Museum- A beautiful, historic fire station that is part of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Kimbell Art Museum’s Permanent Collection-Always a family favorite and home to Michelangelo’s first painting, a refreshing permanent collection with works from Velazquez, Rembrandt, Goya, Picasso, Mondrian and Matissee
Botanic Gardens-Stop and smell the roses or sit and have a summer picnic in the beautiful gardens
Amon Carter Museum-A real, hidden gem offering a Survey of American art with Amon Carter’s own collection of art works from the two greatest artists from the American West-Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell
Molly the Trolley- Saving you money on Fort Worth Transportation with a completely free shuttle service around downtown and even to the Stockyards National Historic District. Visit www.fortworth.com and click Molly the Trolley on the right for routes.
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