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Fort Worth is full of family-friendly activities and there are plenty of reasons to bring your family here. There's plenty to discover and do, no matter your age. Fort Worth Zoo The Fort Worth Zoo is the oldest in Texas and was founded in 1909. Since then the Zoo has grown tremendously and
Rodeo season lives on year-round in Fort Worth at Cowtown Coliseum, home of the Stockyards Championship Rodeo every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. On February 17-21, you're invited to Cowtown to witness a special event, The AMERICAN Semi-Finals. At The AMERICAN Semi-Finals , athletes go
Folks visiting with horses in tow have a few options. We've rounded up five spots that let you take a load off and sit a spell. Will Rogers Memorial Center & Facilities Easily the most horse-friendly attraction in Fort Worth, the Will Rogers Memorial Center plays host to numerous equestrian

New Year's Eve 2015 in Fort Worth

Posted On December 29, 2015 | Sarah Covington

Ring in the New Year in Fort Worth! Toast to future success in Sundance Square Plaza or dance the night away at Billy Bob's Texas - there's plenty to do! Here's a list of fun to be had in Funkytown: Sundance Square is pulls out all the stops New Year's Eve with a FREE event in the Plaza. Jam out to

Holiday Fun in Fort Worth

Posted On November 14, 2015 | Josie Villa-Singleton

The holidays are an exciting time in Fort Worth and there are several events going on that will fill your family with festive cheer. Starlight Symphony in West 7th Opening Night - November 20, 2015 Enjoy an exciting show of lights and holiday music while you're strolling through West 7th . The
Fort Worth is growing and so is its live music scene. Luckily, that means you don't have to search far to find a great place to hear it. 1.) Naturally, the first place you might look is Sundance Square , in the heart of downtown. The largest outdoor stage there by far is the covered patio at Flying
Without the courage of American Cowboys, the West would not be the place it is today. Men and women from various backgrounds braved dangerous terrain with unwelcoming inhabitants, to fuel the cattle industry. Their hard work, sacrifice, and dedication is the heart of the West and Fort Worth. Staying