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Lake Worth

Known for Dining, Shopping and Basketball

Venture to Billy Bob's Texas and Amon Carter Museum—just two of the top sights around Lake Worth, a city also notable for its restaurants and shopping.

How do you get to Lake Worth?

Venture to Billy Bob's Texas and Amon Carter Museum—just two of the top sights around Lake Worth, a city also notable for its restaurants and shopping.

Things to do in Lake Worth

Explore this modernist urban water park where a series of pools, terraces and walkways create a unique atmosphere in which to relax. 

See artworks spanning thousands of years at this huge and architecturally interesting museum, known all over the world for its impressive collection. 

Head into to the heart of downtown Fort Worth to discover this vast playground of stores, restaurants and entertainment venues. 

View an exceptional array of American art at this highly respected museum, an important part of local and national art scenes for over 50 years.

Relax in Fort Worth’s vast network of scenic gardens, where each area reflects a different theme or part of the world with its dazzling collection of plants.

This fully interactive, educational museum is an obvious choice for a fun-filled family day out in Fort Worth’s picturesque cultural district. 

At the oldest art museum in Texas, you will find a stunning collection of works by 20th-century greats, as well as pieces by contemporary artists. 

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Saddle up for a galloping good time at Billy Bob's Texas, known proudly as “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk” since its 1981 opening. Tasty barbecue dishes, country music's biggest names, and a Texas-size dance floor await.

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Set beautifully on a large reflecting pond, the 5 concrete and glass pavilions of The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth house one of the finest collections of post–World War II art in the country.

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As an icon of the frontier, Fort Worth had its share of outlaws, cattle drives, oil barons, and ghastly tales in its early years, from which ghosts still linger today. Take a trip through the city as the daylight fades for an evening filled with restless spirits and stories of woe.

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Enjoy a tour of Fort Worth's Cultural District, highlights the work of 4 leading architects in 3 museums: the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, designed by Philip Johnson; the Kimbell, designed by Louis Kahn and Renzo Piano; and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, designed by Tadao Ando.

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Immerse yourself in the history of Fort Worth, from its early days as an outpost on the western frontier through its modern accomplishments of today. Join a local guide for a look back at the Old Wild West and the daily cattle drives that still take place today.

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Buzz by downtown Fort Worth's sights with ease as you cruise along on a futuristic Segway. Follow an experienced guide between eclectic neighborhoods, historic landmarks, and tranquil parks, and enjoy ample opportunities to hop off your ride to snap photos along the way.

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