Kimbell Art Museum
There are a variety of Sightseeing options in this area: World Class Museums, Dickies Arena, Fort Worth Rodeo Arena, Cowgirl Museum, Panther Island, Fort Worth Zoo, Casa Manana, Texas Christian University.
The buffet lunch here is AWESOME. The food in unreal in quality and taste. The best quiche, soup, salad and fresh fruit you've had in a long while.
“•The Fort Worth Cultural District is one of largest arts districts in the U.S. and has five internationally recognized museums. •Not only is the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth the oldest museum in Texas, but it’s also one of the oldest museums in the western United States.”
“The Amon Carter Museum is in the heart of the Museum District. The is so much to see in this area and all in walking distance from the museum.”
“Right across from the Zoo, this little village is a hidden gem. There are 11 buildings along a cement walking trail. Each building is wheel chair/stroller accessible. Costumed guides (not actors) are available throughout willing to answer any question or assist with demonstrations. One day we attended, country crooner Bob Sawyer was singing cowboy folk songs and entertaining guests with lots of cool information and stories. The bathrooms are centrally located and very clean. The Seela Cabin is very hands-on for kids to play with period-style toys (mostly reproductions) inside and out. Beware of the water pump - younger kids MAY get wet. There is a little photo-op wagon nearby. We were able ”
“•The Fort Worth Zoo has been voted one of the top zoos in the country and is home to over 5,000 animals.”
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