Welcome Super Bowl and Stock Show fans to Fort Worth!
Fort Worth offers a world of fun activities and getting around the "City of Cowboys and Culture" has never been easier!
Each of the city’s 3 main districts, Sundance Square, the Fort Worth Cultural District, and the Stockyards National Historic District are only about 2 miles apart. And the great thing is, once you arrive in one of the districts, you can park your car and walk the district. It’s a great way to get some exercise while you’re in Fort Worth!
And for those of you in downtown, don’t forget to check out Molly the Trolley, downtown Fort Worth’s free daily circular. Molly makes a continuous loop downtown every day and during the week of the Super Bowl, Molly will be going to the Stockyards and the Cultural District as well.
Fort Worth also offers convenient taxi and airport shuttle service and rail service. For information on taxis, airport transportation, and rail service, visit http://www.fortworth.com/visitors/transportation/ . Additional transportation information can also be found on the City of Fort Worth’s website at http://www.fortworthgov.org/superweek/?id=81716.
Getting around Fort Worth during the Super Bowl
Posted On January 15, 2011