Tag - Museums
While wandering in the Kimbell this afternoon I viewed Monet's The Gare Saint-Lazare (1877) in their permanent collection. I encouraged a group of ladies passing by to return for the fantastic upcoming exhibit “Monet: The Early Years” that runs from October 16 - January 29 . One woman visiting from
Major convenience, world-class attractions and dynamic meeting spaces make Fort Worth a natural fit for events of all kinds. Working with event planners from every path of the industry, I see day to day how Fort Worth hosts an array of successful meetings and conventions. Why Meet in Fort Worth? Let
Collecting Pokémon cards is so last century. Pokémon GO , Nintendo’s newest version, is an app for your phone to find virtual Pokémon critters outdoors. From the rotund Jigglypuff to Bulbasaur , to the adorable Charmander and Pikachu , Fort Worth has a great variety of Poké stops . This isn’t an
Someone said that art is everywhere around us, if we only know where to look. In Fort Worth, that's especially true because the city is home to a fairly large blend of traditional and modern art -- and a lot of it's free to the public. Here are 15 public art pieces for your viewing pleasure. 1.
Saint Patrick's Day is an actual saint's day, honoring Padraic, the priest who brought Christianity to Ireland. Even though Ireland has a fabulously rich cultural history, in America the day conjures up images of beer, shamrocks and leprechauns. Perhaps this is due in part to Ireland's excellent
Fort Worth's Cultural District has a history dating back to earliest days of our city. When the fort was established in 1849, the area was open prairie land often visited by Native Americans because of the nearby Trinity River. The first important settler activity in the area was by K.M. Van Zandt,
Seeking urbane diversions today and down-home country cavorting tomorrow? You'll find plenty to suit both moods in Fort Worth, a city of eco-sleek condo towers and rustic-chic Craftsman bungalows, of well-worn denim and dressy suede. It's the quintessential Texan city of yesterday and today-it's
Posted On October 1, 2015 | Andrew Collins
With highs averaging a comfy 80 degrees, Tarrant County Gay Pride Week in full swing, and the city's many performing arts venues and first-rate theaters well into their fall season, Fort Worth makes for an especially alluring destination in the middle of autumn. Gorgeous Trinity Park draws outdoorsy
It’s been a few weeks since school has ended and it’s time to plan all those activities to keep your family entertained during the summer months. Whether you find music or movies (or both!) appealing, there’s several outdoor events and activities in Fort Worth for your whole family to enjoy.