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Fort Worth Fun Includes the Historic Stockyards

If you’re looking for Old West-style entertainment, Fort Worth offers enough cowboy culture and attractions to keep you busy for days. Radisson Hotel Fort Worth North-Fossil Creek is just a few miles from the Stockyards National Historic District, where you can watch modern-day cowboys drive herds of longhorn cattle through the streets and compete in bull-riding competitions. Check out the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and the one-of-a-kind Cowgirl Museum, and then try to find your way out of the challenging Cowtown Cattlepen Maze. For evening entertainment, enjoy an opera at the magnificent Bass Performance Hall or hit Sundance Square’s nightlife scene.

Here for business? The Radisson is within half a mile of the Mercantile Center business park. Alliance Gateway and the Alliance Town Center are within a 25-minute drive, and the Fort Worth Convention Center is eight miles away.

Don't miss these hot spots:

  • Stockyards National Historic District (4.2 miles)
    This large historic district features saloons, outfitters and a twice-daily cattle drive. Check out Billy Bob's Texas, the world’s largest honky-tonk bar, offering country music concerts, line dancing lessons and live bull riding.
    Phone: +1 (817) 624-4741
  • Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame (4.2 miles)
    Pay homage to great men and women of the rodeo at this unique museum.
    Phone: +1 (817) 626-7131
  • Cowtown Cattlepen Maze (4.3 miles)
    Test your sense of direction as you find your way through this 5,400-square-foot wooden maze.
    Phone: +1 (817) 624-6666
  • Bass Performance Hall (5.5 miles)
    This grand opera house features impressive architecture, including two bas-relief angels nearly 50 feet tall.
    Phone: +1 (817) 212-4325
  • Sundance Square (5.8 miles)  
    This district is the hub of Fort Worth's famous nightlife, entertainment and dining.
    Phone: +1 (817) 255-5700
  • Fort Worth Water Gardens (5.9 miles)
    Cool down in the mist of these man-made waterfalls and pools that feature impressive architecture.
    Phone: +1 (817) 392-7111
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (8.3 miles)
    “The Modern” houses works by Picasso, Warhol and many others in beautiful galleries beside a reflecting pool.
    Phone: +1 (817) 738-9215
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (9 miles)
    See a real, 60-foot-long dinosaur skeleton and catch a state-of-the-art planetarium show at this museum that’s fun for all ages.
    Phone: +1 (817) 255-9300
  • Fort Worth Zoo (9.4 miles)
    This popular zoo features more than 5,000 animals, including orangutans, tigers, cheetahs and rhinos.
    Phone: +1 (817) 759-7555
  • National Cowgirl Museum (9.4 miles)
    The world’s only cowgirl museum honors the women who helped shape the West, from rodeo stars and sharpshooters to humanitarians and writers.
    Phone: +1 (817) 336-4475
  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art (9.7 miles)
    Tour the impressive collection to see the American West through the works of photographers, painters and sculptors.
    Phone: +1 (817) 738-1933
  • Kimbell Art Museum (9.9 miles)
    This architecturally stunning art museum features an exceptional art collection, with works by Rembrandt, Monet, Matisse and even Michelangelo.
    Phone: +1 (817) 332-8451
  • Texas Motor Speedway (15.6 miles)
    This one-and-a-half-mile speedway hosts IndyCar Series, Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series races.
    Phone: +1 (817) 215-8510
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (19.7 miles)
    Cool off with the thrills and spills at this major area waterpark.
    Phone: +1 (817) 640-8900
  • Six Flags Over Texas (20.6 miles)
    This ever-popular amusement park includes the state’s tallest and fastest roller coasters, plus plenty of great dining and live entertainment.
    Phone: +1 (817) 640-8900

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