We arrived early, around 10 and parked for free right on the street. The place was pretty empty and then about 11:15 crowds showed up for the 1130 cattle drive. It was fun to see and a great place to walk around. Really neat place...More
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About Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District
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Perfect place for city sleekers to see how it was to leave in ranch town in the middle of the 20th century. Fun for kids and adults. Parking about 5-7$ wich is reasonable but picture with the bull for mandatory $5 I think is overkill....More
Spent 3 days there doing the local tour, eating steak and trying all the bars. If you like hats and boots this is the place for you. The tour is well worth the $5 and takes about an hour plus the video. If you like...More
Lived in Fort Worth for many years and always enjoyed bringing visitors to the Stockyards. The shops, restaurants and the entertainment were all with an Old West flavor.
When you go there you have to make sure you go at a time when the long horns are walking down the street. Dining here is great plus the shops have great souveniers
I have visited this area several times! Very cool historic, area to see. Looks like just like the old west. Lots of shops, bars, and restaurants to visit as well. You need to make sure you are there when they move the long horn cattle...More
An interesting place to visit because of all of the history associated with Fort Worth and the drovers. The gentleman that was imparting information about cattle drives and the men and women that worked them was very informative. The shops carried typical tourist tee shirts...More
Very nice place to visit. Go to the rodeo and eat some good steak or bbq! The cow walk takes place at 11:30 and then again at 4:30. Nice people and atmosphere!