Visit Fort Worth Botanical Garden
There is nothing better than relaxing and enjoying the nature, and the city’s Botanical Garden offers exactly what you need. This is the oldest botanical garden in the state, and you will get the chance to see your favorite plants as well as a butterfly exhibit.
Go to the the Amon Carter Museum of American Art
If you are an art fan and want to see more of what Fort Worth has to offer, take a tour of the Amon Carter Museum. The museum is free to visit, and displays art pieces designed by some of America’s most famous artists.
Watch the Fort Worth herd
Maybe you enjoy seeing animals, the Fort Worth offers a twice a day cattle walk. Here you get the opportunity to see cowboys driving the cattle and watch them put on a show. This authentic Texas experience is something you don’t want to miss out on.
Visit Sundance Square
If you are looking for a place to eat or have a romantic dinner at, check out the restaurants in Sundance Square. The Square offers some of the city’s best cuisine, and includes family friendly places as well as world class restaurants.
Visit Fort Worth Zoo
Fort Worth Zoo is the perfect spot for a Sunday afternoon with your kids. The Zoo features numerous species of animals, including lions and bears, and is free to enter. The park is also a place where many animal related events are happening on a weekly basis.
Check out the Fort Worth Water Gardens
There is nothing more peaceful than watching the water flow, and the Water Gardens make the ideal spot for pictures and a relaxing day. Located nearby the Convention Center, the area is a tourist favorite and provides many things to do and see.
Hike on Heritage Trails
Maybe you are in the mood for some history during your day, so check out the Heritage Trails on a sunny morning. The monuments make for an amazing backdrop for pictures, and you can also take a picture with the panther to remind you of the time spent here.
Visit Kimbell Art Museum
The museum includes a vast collection of ancient artworks, and is one of the city’s best post for art fans. Contemporary art is available too, and you can also enjoy reading your favorite books as the museum features a library. The entrance is free, so your visit will not make a hole in your pocket.
Hike on Trinity Trails
If you are in the mood for something active, check out Trinity Trails. The 40 mile trails offer can be used for biking, walking as well as a pleasant picnic with your friends.
Visit Texas Trail of Fame
Located in the National Historic District, the Trail of Fae pays of tribute to all the public figures that made a significant change in the history of Texas.