Staying in town for spring break? Not a bad idea. There are many things to see and do in Fort Worth – most of them for free.
Here’s our top 5 list:
Fort Worth’s downtown area has that big-city feel but is small enough to walk around and soak in the rich history. Start at the south end and hit the Water Gardens designed by world-renowned architect, Phillip Johnson. Just a few blocks north of the Water Gardens is Sundance Square, which is always fun for people watching, eating and shopping.
Did you know that Fort Worth has the only active cattle drive in the United States? Every day at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. you can witness a live cattle drive in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Just north of downtown, the Stockyards are a great place to do some window shopping, and feel like you’re back in the wild west.
Fort Worth is also home to the oldest botanic garden in Texas. The Fort Worth Botanic Garden boasts several acres of more than 2,500 species of plants in over 20 different gardens. Admission to the main garden is free.