Fort Worth Entertainment
Fort Worth is alive with bustling culture and entertainment. Check out the fun things we have found for visitors and natives alike!
Bass Hall Performing Arts Center
Bass Hall houses the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and Cliburn Concert. The 2,056-seat hall features lively entertainment throughout the year.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is dedicated to art works produced since World War II. The collection includes almost 3,000 items. Visit the Modern for its film series, have lunch at the cafe or attend First Fridays for live music and cocktails.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is a beautiful haven in the city's cultural district featuring 21 gardens on 109 acres with more than 2,500 species of plants and 2,000 roses in the English-style rose garden. The winding paths and interesting sculptures invite you to contemplate the beauty around you.
If you want great entertainment and shopping in Fort Worth, Texas, look no further than Sundance Square. This 20-block area of historic buildings, galleries and unique stores comes alive at night, with comedy clubs, concerts and bistros.
Fort Worth, Texas, Stockyards
A true Old West experience awaits you in Fort Worth, Texas. Visit the Stockyards and recall the history of Fort, Worth, Texas, as "Cowtown," where cattlemen, gamblers mingled with meat packers. Do it all--the rodeo, authentic Tex-Mex and authentic saloons.