The much-anticipated Airfield Falls Trailhead and Conservation Park opened to the public at noon April 22. The historic trailhead showcases a Navy C-9A Nightingale. The much-anticipated Airfield Falls Trailhead and Conservation Park opened to the public at noon April 22.
Welcome to Benbrook Lake . Camping, fishing, hunting, boating, and hiking are just the beginning of the activities available in the parks and other public lands of Benbrook Lake. Use the navigation menu on the left to see all the great information on the site, or scroll down for important current information.
Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-870-1692 Burnett Park is a quiet oasis in the hustle and bustle of Downtown Fort Worth. This beautiful, two-acre urban park was designed by renowned landscape architect Peter Walker and serves as a Downtown park, special event space, and public art venue.
The world’s first indoor rodeo and the only year-round rodeo held every Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm in the historic Fort Worth Cowtown Coliseum. The Stockyards Championship Rodeo maintains a strong commitment to visitors looking for an authentic Western Cowboy Experience.
Eagle Mountain Lake is also known for its beautiful lake homes. Located just 15 miles north of downtown Fort Worth, this lake offers some of the best lake living near the city. One great thing about Eagle Mountain Lake are the numerous hills, bluffs, and mountains that offer up so many great views of the lake.
If you love hiking and enjoy great views, this park is for you. For more information on the trails visit: Eagle Mountain Lake Trails For a trail map visit: Eagle Mountain Lake Trail Map. Eagle Mountain Park is a beautiful park 400-acre made primarily for hiking. This park has over 5 miles of well-maintained hiking trails.
Flight Deck Trampoline Park is DFW’s hottest destination for family fun! Come take flight on our massive indoor court of connected trampolines for an unforgettable adventure. Duck and dive on dodgeball courts, soar onto our air bag or just coast at the FDTP Academy, our safe zone for junior flyers.
Garden Center. Monday - Sunday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm. Japanese Garden. Monday - Sunday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm. Admission 90% of the Garden is free! Japanese Garden. Adult - $7.00. Child (ages 4-12) - $4.00. Child (3 and under) - free. Seniors (age 65+) - $5.00. Members - free The Rain Forest Conservatory is closed for repair. Parking is free throughout the Garden.
Fort Worth, TX 76107 Garden History The Fort Worth Japanese Garden was completed in 1973. It is a traditional stroll garden with winding paths through the landscapes and around ponds. The Garden consists of 7.5 acres filled with cherry trees, Japanese maples, magnolias, bamboo, bridges, and ponds which are home to over 1,200 Koi fish.
About Us Mission The mission of the Fort Worth Zoo is to strengthen the bond between humans and the environment by promoting responsible stewardship of wildlife and ensuring diverse, high-quality educational and entertaining family experiences through effective and efficient management of its resources.
At over 1,000 acres Gateway Park will be the largest urban-programmed park in the area when finished. The plan has two goals–to provide necessary flood storage and to deliver a first-class park not only for the neighborhoods in east and southeast Fort Worth but for our entire region.
Visit Grand Prairie Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax to experience the world of movie stars, historical figures, fantasy and fear. Visit Grand Prairie Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax to experience the world of movie stars, historical figures, fantasy and fear.
The Marion Sansom Park Trail is comprised of several interconnecting loops that wind through a wooded area with scenic vistas overlooking Lake Worth. The main rim loop is intermediate level (white). Expert sections (red) feed off the main loop. Helmets are required on all FWMBA trails.
Trinity River Trail (Oakmont Park) is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fort Worth, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
The Omni Theater is a technical marvel incorporating the most advanced super 70mm, multi-image projection and sound systems in the world. The theater's screen is a dome, 80 feet in diameter, tilted at a 30-degree angle to the horizon - a viewing system that dazzles your senses, enveloping you in sight and sound in one of the largest theaters of ...
The original mill was burned to the ground in 1860, but reopened in 1862. The mill changed owners many times, but eventually was owned by Randol until his death in 1922. While the mill burned again in 1933 and was not rebuilt, the park honoring Randol’s mill, and the community spirit it embodied, flourishes today.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! 12 galleries of the weird, strange, and bizarre! Louis Tussuad’s Palace of Wax has over 200 life-like figures of hollywood, history and fear! The Ripley’s Enchanted Mirror Maze is 2000 sq ft, of endless passages, dead ends, and fun.
All aspects of the Living Science Center reflect River Legacy Foundation’s commitment to protecting the earth’s resources. The sustainably designed Nature Center offers a variety of exhibits, classes and public programs aimed at educating future stewards so that they may understand, love and conserve this great gift. The 12,000-square-foot center features aquariums and terrariums with ...
River Legacy Foundation was formed as a unique public/private partnership with the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department in 1988. River Legacy Foundation was formed as a unique public/private partnership with the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department in 1988.
The Sid Richardson Museum is located in Fort Worth at: 309 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 The Museum, a part of historic Sundance Square in Fort Worth, is just minutes from major interstate highways and is within easy walking distance from downtown hotels.
The Stockyards Museum showcases the rich history of the Fort Worth Stockyards and the north side of Fort Worth. There is a growing collection of artifacts, photos and exhibits that document everything from our Native American connections, the Chisholm Trail, the livestock market/stockyards to the Swift and Armour Packing plants.