Hispanic Heritage

Many visitors experience Fort Worth’s Hispanic heritage on the city’s North Side, but Latin American culture permeates many neighborhoods. About a third of Fort Worth’s approximate 900,000 population identifies as Hispanic.

Fort Worth is rich in culture -- from the Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts and the renowned North Side High School Mariachi Band to family restaurants serving cuisine from El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. Whether you visit for the Best of Mexico Celebración at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo or for Dia de los Muertos, discover why we say Visita Fort Worth.


Spotlight on: Sarah Castillo

It’s hard to talk about Fort Worth’s hospitality scene without mentioning Sarah Castillo. The restaurateur and entrepreneur may be known around town for her…


Pan de Muerto y Dia de los Muertos

Pan de Muerto has arrived. In panaderías across Fort Worth you can now find the Mexican sweet bread next to conchas, cuernos, marranitos, and other pan dulce. Pan de Muerto is…

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