Texas Motor Speedway and Alliance Area

Major-league auto racing captivates Fort Worth, the home of Texas Motor Speedway, one of the largest sports and entertainment facilities in the country. Throughout the year, Texas Motor Speedway plays host to NASCAR and IRL IndyCar races, plus other major forms of American auto racing. The 1.5-mile oval track is set within a stadium that accommodates more than 200,000 fans. Year-round tours and championship driving schools are also offered here.

There are also Fort Worth Museums in Alliance Area.  The Texas Civil War Museum, opened in January 2006 in northwest Fort Worth, is artifact rich with more than 3,000 pieces and 70 flags. It is the largest Civil War museum west of the Mississippi River.

Looking for other Things to Do in Fort Worth? Do you want to see how Texans make billions?  Then visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s Western Currency Facility, one of only two U.S. locations that print paper currency.

About the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization of the 17th- largest city in the United States.  The organization is dedicated to promoting Fort Worth as a premier business and leisure destination, with thriving centers of culture and commerce. For more information, visit www.fortworth.com.