In Fort Worth you can experience a part of the Wild West; rodeo, cowboys, and variety shows. It is said that everything is bigger in Texas, and after a visit in Fort Worth, you’ll understand why.
Whether you want to live like a cowboy, or fill your days with museum visits, you will always find things to do in Fort Worth to fit your wishes.
The Fort Worth Zoo has more than 5,000 animals, so it’s a great place to visit on holiday. It is ranked as one of the top 10 zoos in the US. Animal lovers will also like the Fort Worth Nature Center, where they can see bison, prairie dogs, and more.
If you love beautiful plants and flowers, come to the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens to see more than 2,500 kind of native and exotics in 21 different garden areas. Parts of it charge, but other parts of it are free.
Museum lovers will be in heaven, as there are many fantastic museums in Fort Worth, including art museums like Kimbell Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Or, military enthusiasts should see the Military Museum of Fort Worth or the Texas Civil War Museum.
If you need a peaceful place to relax, go to the Fort Worth Water Gardens near the Fort Worth Convention Center. It has three pools of water, a quiet one, an active one and an aerated one to enjoy.
Fort Worth’s climate is semiarid, which means it is very dry. Temperatures are the highest in July, with average temperatures of 36 °C (95 °F), the coldest month is in January, with the average high temperature of 13 °C (55 °F), and the average low temperatures of −1 °C (31 °F).
If you want to experience the annual Fort Worth Rodeo and stock show, be sure to come in January and February. Check their calendar to see when your favorite event is scheduled.
Cowboy lovers need to come in July when the National Day of the American Cowboy gives tribute to this iconic character.
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