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Fort Worth Travel Guide Overview

If you’re planning a trip to the United States and looking for a unique and exciting destination, then Fort Worth should definitely be on your list. This comprehensive Fort Worth travel guide will give you all the information you need to plan your trip and make the most of your visit.

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When to Visit Fort Worth

To experience the best weather and avoid the crowds, the best time to visit Fort Worth is from March to May or September to November. However, if you’re interested in cowboy culture and western heritage, then you should consider visiting during the Stock Show and Rodeo, held annually in January and February.

Where to Stay in Fort Worth

Fort Worth offers a variety of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences. Some popular neighborhoods to stay in Fort Worth include Downtown/Sundance Square, West 7th Street, and Stockyards.

Downtown is the heart of the city, with high-end hotels, Eat and Drinks, and shops. Sundance Square, which is located in downtown, has a variety of dining and entertainment options. The downtown area also has a train stop so if you are coming from the airport this is a good option.

West 7th Street is a trendy district with a mix of shopping, dining, and nightlife options.

And if you’re looking for a unique experience, then you should consider staying in Stockyards, a historic district that showcases cowboy culture and western heritage.

How to Reach Fort Worth

Fort Worth is well connected to major cities in the United States. You can reach the city by plane, train, or car.
By Plane
The city is served by Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Meacham International Airport (FTW). DFW also has a train called the TexRail that can bring you from Terminal B straight into downtown Fort Worth.
By Train
Amtrak’s Texas Eagle and Heartland Flyer serve Fort Worth and the main stop is in downtown.
By Car
If you’re driving, Fort Worth is well connected by roadways. Interstate 35 runs right through the heart of the city running south to north. This makes it easy if you are coming from other Texas destinations such as Austin or San Antonio. I-20 and I-30 also come through Fort Worth connecting it to the east and west.

Getting around Fort Worth

Fort Worth has a public transportation system that includes buses, trains, and a streetcar system. The network is not that extensive so renting a car or ride share apps are sometimes a better option.

Top Fort Worth Travel Tips

Wear comfortable shoes as there can be a lot of walking involved. If you are walking around the stockyards the streets are also cobblestone.

Be mindful of the weather. Especially during summers when it can get really hot. Winter are usually pretty mild with Spring and Fall being quite nice and comfortable.

Get into the cowboy culture. Western heritage, which is an integral part of Fort Worth’s identity.

Got to a free event.Fort Worth hosts a variety of free events and activities throughout the year, such as outdoor concerts, movie screenings, and art exhibits. The Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau offers free maps, brochures, and travel advice to visitors.

Try the BBQ. Texas is famous for its barbecue, and Fort Worth is no exception. Try some mouth-watering brisket, ribs, or sausage at one of the city’s many barbecue joints, such as Heim Barbecue, Panther City BBQ, and Goldee’s Barbecue.

Typical Costs in Fort Worth

Typical Costs in Fort Worth: Fort Worth is an affordable destination, with reasonable prices for accommodation, food, and activities.

Price Range for Hotels
The average cost of accommodation per night ranges from $60 to $200, while the cost of food can range from $10 to $50 per person.

Cost of Meal

For a casual meal, expect to pay around $10-$15 for a sandwich or burger, and $15-$20 for a full meal at a fast-casual or chain Eat and Drink. For a sit-down meal at a mid-range Eat and Drink, you can expect to pay around $20-$30 per person.

There are also plenty of budget-friendly options in Fort Worth, including food trucks and local cafes. These options can cost anywhere from $5-$15 per meal, depending on the menu and location.

Top Places to Visit in Fort Worth

Fort Worth Trinity Park
Biking Trails

Fort Worth Trinity Park

Fort Worth Trinity Park is a scenic park in Fort Worth, situated along the Trinity River. With biking trails, playgrounds, and picnic areas, it’s a popular spot

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
Nature & Parks

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge is a nature preserve in Fort Worth, providing hiking trails and wildlife viewing opportunities. A haven for nature enthusiasts, it offers

American Airlines CR Smith Museum
Museums

American Airlines CR Smith Museum

American Airlines CR Smith Museum is an aviation museum in Fort Worth, showcasing the history of American Airlines. With vintage aircraft, flight simulators, and aviation artifacts, it’s

Fort Worth Stockyards Museum
History Museums

Fort Worth Stockyards Museum

Fort Worth Stockyards Museum is a small museum in Fort Worth, located within the Stockyards Historic District. It tells the story of the city’s livestock industry, with

Cowtown Coliseum
Arenas & Stadiums

Cowtown Coliseum

Cowtown Coliseum is a historic venue in Fort Worth, known for hosting the world’s first indoor rodeo. It continues to be a center for rodeo events, concerts,

Texas Motor Speedway
Auto Race Tracks

Texas Motor Speedway

The Texas Motor Speedway, located in Fort Worth, Texas, is a thrilling destination for motorsports enthusiasts. With a seating capacity of over 180,000, it’s one of the

Top Places to Eat in Fort Worth

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bars and restaurants

rise soufflé – Fort Worth

Rise Soufflé in the Clear Fork area of Fort Worth is a culinary gem renowned for its meticulously crafted soufflés. Nestled in a cozy corner, the restaurant

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JOY Macarons

Joy Macarons in the Clear Fork area of Fort Worth is a delightful oasis for macaron enthusiasts. This charming patisserie beckons with its vibrant colors and whimsical

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Bar

Thompson’s Bookstore

Thompson’s Bookstore is a unique speakeasy bar, offering expertly crafted cocktails. Behind a secret door, their speakeasy unveils a world of clandestine elegance, where patrons can enjoy

Don Artemio Restaurant
Fort Worth

Don Artemio Restaurant

Don Artemio in Fort Worth is a culinary gem that has gained recognition by being listed as a contender for the prestigious James Beard Award for Best

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Bar

Blackland Distillery

Blacklands Distillery, located in Fort Worth, is a standout destination for spirit enthusiasts seeking exceptional craft spirits and a memorable tasting experience. Known for their expertly crafted

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bbq

Panther City BBQ

Panther City BBQ, located in Fort Worth, has earned its place among the top 50 barbecue joints in Texas, solidifying its reputation as a destination for exceptional

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