March into springtime in Fort Worth with our list of fun things to do with the family.
Lunch and Line Dance at Billy Bob’s Texas
Kick up your boots at Billy Bob’s Texas on Saturday’s for Lunch & Line Dance at High Noon. Enjoy a free line dancing lesson and receive 20% off lunch in the Honky Tonk Kitchen. Expect social distancing and masks required. Get the details.
Natural Guard at Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge
Seeking a new volunteer opportunity? The Natural Guard meets every Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon to assist staff with projects ranging from habitat restoration, brush clearing, trail and park maintenance, trail and infrastructure construction, wildlife monitoring, special events prep and more. Sign the family up to help once a month! Get the details.
Gonzaga at TCU Horned Frogs Baseball
Baseball is back! If you can't make it to see the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field, plan a visit to watch TCU play Gonzaga Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Charlie and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium at Williams-Reilly Field. It's a great open-air activity for the family. Get the details and purchase tickets.
St. Paddy’s Day 5k at Panther Island Pavilion
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Panther Island Pavilion on Saturday, March 13, with a St. Paddy’s Dash 5K Run. Expect music, a tutu contest, $5,000 in prize money and plenty of space to spread out. Runners are encouraged to dress up. Get the details.
TRWD Flyfest is a celebration of urban fishing set for March 13 in and along the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The festival is a family-friendly day of fishing, expert presentations, contests, casting classes, food trucks, wine and craft beer, live music, kids activities and more. Whether you are an experienced angler or have never touched a fly rod, this fun day will have something to hook everyone in the whole family. Free admission; $5 parking. Get the details.
Murals at Fort Worth Design District & Inspiration Alley
Fort Worth is home to 200+ murals and growing. Find a treasure trove of local art in the Fort Worth Design District and in the Inspiration Alley in The Foundry District. Guests are encouraged to snap a selfie in front of the many murals and share on social. View our mural list here.
Did you know there are over 100 miles of uninterrupted trials along the Trinity River? Take the kids out for an enjoyable day biking, hiking or just exploring - all for free. Pack a lunch and make a day of it when you picnic in one of the 21 connected parks. Get the details.
Japanese Spring Festival at Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Enjoy the spring blooms at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden during their Japanese Spring Festival celebrating the "Year of the Ox" on Saturday, March 27, and Sunday, March 28. Tickets go on sale March 4 and must be purchased online to adhere to admission limits. Get the details.
While you're there, be sure to explore two exhibits: Topiaries in the Garden and Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty.