Livability recently ranked Fort Worth as No. 7 in the Top 10 Downtowns in America and described Downtown Fort Worth’s scene as Cosmo-Cowboy. We couldn't’t agree more as Fort Worth’s 35-block Downtown entertainment district, Sundance Square is a visitor’s paradise that encompasses both the culture and cowboy elements.

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Fort Worth’s Downtown is walkable, easy to navigate and when you don’t want to walk—you can take Molly the (Free) Trolley around. Visitors and locals can find a wide variety of dining options, either in upscale eateries or relaxed cafes.  For entertainment, you can watch local theater, comedy groups, or visit the Bass Performance Hall for an off-Broadway production.  And for the nightlife, there are many hot spots to choose from including Scat Jazz Lounge, 8.0 Restaurant and Bar or for a beautiful rooftop view, The Flying Saucer Fort Worth. With events such as the Parade of Lights or ‘Stars Under the Stars’, there’s no doubt Sundance Square is family friendly!  Outdoor green spaces, outdoor art and the close proximity to the Trinity Trails make Downtown Fort Worth an exceptional place to visit and explore the great Fort Worth outdoors.

The most remarkable part of Downtown? The distinct mix of buildings. Some that have stood the test of time and others that are brand new and display the edge of modern architecture such as the new Tarrant County Community College. Green open spaces and outdoor public art allow a break from the city scene, and the close proximity to the Trinity Trails make Downtown Fort Worth an exceptional place to visit and explore the great Fort Worth outdoors.

For more information on Sundance Square, visit their website.