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Hotel's location near Stockyards in Fort Worth

Pack up your cowboy boots and your sense of adventure and head to the Radisson Fort Worth North-Fossil Creek, convenient located near the area's popular historic sites, shopping, dining and entertainment options. You can tour the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and explore this hotel's location near the Stockyards National Historic Site, home to Billy Bob's Texas, a giant honky-tonk. Experience the talented local arts scene with a show at Bass Performance Hall, a walk through the Fort Worth Water Gardens or a tour of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Business travelers also benefit from staying here near the Alliance Park, Mercantile Park and the Fort Worth Convention Center. When your work is done, unwind with drinks and fun night out at Sundance Square.

Don't miss these hot spots:
  • Stockyards National Historic District (4.2 miles)
    Learn about the famed, daily cattle drive and find out what Fort Worth was like during its Wild West days while visiting the historic district, also home to Billy Bob's Texas, the largest honky-tonk in the world.
  • Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame (4.2 miles)
    This museum is dedicated to the Texas rodeo.
    Phone: +1 (817) 626-7131
  • Cowtown Cottonpen Maze (4.3 miles)
    The Old Western cattle pen-style giant maze is fun for visitors of all ages.
    Phone: +1 (817) 624-6666
  • Bass Performance Hall (5.5 miles)
    See a show at one of the world's greatest opera houses.
    Phone: +1 (817) 212-4325
  • Sundance Square (5.8 miles)
    Fort Worth's most exciting restaurants, shopping and nightlife can be found on Sundance Square.
  • Fort Worth Water Gardens (5.9 miles)
    A feat of architecture and water art, the Water Gardens are a must-see in downtown Fort Worth.
    Phone: +1 (817) 392-MEET
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (8.3 miles)
    Modern art by the likes of Picasso and Pollock can be admired at this popular museum.
    Phone: +1 (817) 738-9215
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (9 miles)
    Exhibits, a planetarium and special events are the highlights at the very first children's museum in Texas.
    Phone: +1 (817) 255-9300
  • Fort Worth Zoo (9.4 miles)
    Fort Worth Zoo is the oldest zoo in Texas and houses more than 5,000 native and exotic animals.
    Phone: +1 (817) 759-7555
  • National Cowgirl Museum (9.4 miles)
    Visit the only museum in the world designed to honor American pioneer women.
    Phone: +1 (817) 336-4475
  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art (9.7 miles)
    This museum hosts an extensive and fascinating collection of American Western work by well-known artists.
    Phone: +1 (817) 738-1933
  • Kimbell Art Museum (9.9 miles)
    Called the "greatest museum building of the late 20th century," the Kimbell houses a small but stunning art collection.
    Phone: +1 (817) 332-8451
  • Texas Motor Speedway (15.6 miles)
    Texas Motor Speedway is the place for exciting races and special events.
    Phone: +1 (817) 215-8510
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (19.7 miles)
    A variety of water rides, shows and events can be enjoyed at the greatest water park in town.
    Phone: +1 (817) 640-8900
  • Six Flags Over Texas (20.6 miles)
    Exciting amusement park rides provide hours of family fun at Six Flags Over Texas.
    Phone: +1 (817) 640-8900
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