If you want to have a taste of what Texas used to be, don't miss a visit to this place. We went to the cattle walk at 11:00, had lunch at Riscky's BBQ and then went to the rodeo show. What a great way to...More
About Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District
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We took the 1.5h cowboy tour which took us through the old stations, with an explanation of the interesting history (and the demise) of the town, showing lovely architectural details, through some of the stables, and ended with a short stopover at Billy Bob's honky...More
We went to check out the shops expecting to find more local crafts and artists. But there were mainly commercial and t-shirt type shops with a lot of the same things: cowboy hats/boots/belts, t-shirts, olive oil, Texas tourist items. And it cost $7 to park....More
We had an amazing time at the Fort Worth Stockyards. We tried to take in as much as we could in the few hours we had. I highly recommend this attraction to anyone visiting Texas.
The cattle drive was wonderful to watch. The shops are unique and fun to visit. Food was great! You can feel the history all around you. Great experience!
Very touristy destination, but it was a fun experience. The Longhorn drive was short, but they were amazing to see in real life. Didn't really like the whole saddle up a Longhorn and take pictures on them, but did enjoy seeing the drive. Fun area...More
I love this place. I especially like out back where all the cattle used to be in pens. Love walking along the catwalk looking down and imagining all the noise and activity of yesteryear.