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Fort Worth, TX Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 155
Total Sleeping Rooms 15,000
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,200
Committable Meeting Rooms* 75
Convention Center Space 253,226 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 58,849 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 28,160 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $170
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $50
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $300
*Maximum for a single hotel

Fort Worth, TX Things to Do and Attractions

Billy Bob's Texas

The world's largest honky-tonk, Billy Bob's Texas is located within the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. A truly entertaining experience, Billy Bob's Texas features great country music and a family-friendly atmosphere. It offers weekly live bull

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Fort Worth Zoo

As the oldest zoo in Texas, the Fort Worth Zoo was founded in 1909 with one lion, two bear cubs, an alligator, a coyote, a peacock, and a few rabbits! Today, the top-ranked, award-winning zoo is home to nearly 7,000 native and exotic animals in

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Joe T. Garcia's

Joe T. Garcia's is a Fort Worth institution, specializing in authentic Mexican fare. Established in 1935 with space for just 16 guests, Joe T. Garcia's has grown to a 1,000-seat restaurant with remarkable indoor and outdoor seating around a pool and

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Riscky's Barbeque

The beloved Riscky's Barbeque is a regional chain with Fort Worth locations in the Sundance Square, West Side, and Historic Stockyards neighborhoods. As one of the city's legendary barbecue restaurants, Riscky's is known for its sliced beef brisket

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Hunter Brothers' H3 Ranch

Known as one of the best steakhouses in the Dallas and Fort Worth area, Hunter Brothers' H3 Ranch is located in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards District. The comfortable, casually upscale restaurant features Western artwork, dark rustic wood, and

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Reata Restaurant

Serving legendary Texas cuisine, Reata Restaurant offers a menu inspired by cowboy cooking and a melding of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, and traditional steakhouse flavors. The elegant restaurant features rustic touches and museum-quality Old West

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Ellerbe Fine Foods

Ellerbe Fine Foods specializes in farm-to-table fare crafted with fresh seasonal and local ingredients. The eatery's innovative menu of upscale market fare includes such options as cornmeal-crusted redfish and Texas Bay shrimp Creole with dirty rice

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Sundance Square

A national model of urban revitalization and considered one of the premier downtown settings in the country, this critically acclaimed entertainment/business district boasts 35 square blocks of delightful shopping, 30-plus restaurants, three live

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Heritage Trail Markers

Take a walk along the Heritage Trail Markers in downtown, a series of 22 bronze sidewalk markers detailing historic events that occurred in Fort Worth's early years. The markers are concentrated along Main Street from Heritage Park to the Fort Worth

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JFK Tribute

On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy gave a speech to the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and, shortly thereafter, an unscheduled speech to thousands of people gathered in the rain outside the Hotel Texas (now the Fort Worth Hilton). This

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Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall

Built in 1998 of local limestone in the ornate architectural tradition of Europe's historic opera houses, this stately downtown performing arts center showcases a full slate of world-class music, dance, and theater. The 2,042-seat hall is home to

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Sid Richardson Museum

A destination for all who enjoy paintings of the Old West, the Sid Richardson Museum features works by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, and other artists from the personal collection of the museum's namesake, legendary Texas oilman and

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Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens is a beautiful and refreshing oasis adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center. Designed by Philip Johnson (who also designed the much-acclaimed Amon Carter Museum of American Art), the gardens are an architectural and

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Stockyards National Historic District

Railroads and cattle markets helped build Fort Worth throughout the late 19th century and connect it with the rest of the West. You can explore this colorful legacy by spending a day in the high-spirited Stockyards District, a warren of vintage

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Stockyards Museum

This small museum located inside the historic Livestock Exchange Building is jampacked with artifacts including guns, furniture, and clothing from Fort Worth's cattle-town years. Admission is $2.

Cowtown Coliseum

Built in 1908, Cowtown Coliseum was the site of the world's first indoor rodeo. The coliseum hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including the year-round Stockyards Championship Rodeo, which is held every Friday and Saturday night at 8

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The Fort Worth Herd

The romance and mystique of cowboys and cattle drives return to Fort Worth with The Herd — genuine Texas cowboys driving Texas longhorns in the world's only twice-daily cattle drive. The jingle of spurs, the cattle bawling, and the rhythm of

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Cultural District

This vibrant neighborhood, which also encompasses the hip shopping and dining of West 7th Street, ranks among the nation's most impressive art-museum hubs, with such architecturally inspired draws as the Louis Kahn- and Renzo Piano-designed Kimbell

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Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, the Amon Carter Museum houses a pre-eminent collection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. It's also one of the nation's major repositories of American photography.

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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Designed by Legoretta + Legoretta in November 2009, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is a dazzling facility with bright colors, geometric forms, and abundance of natural light. Exhibits include The Cattle Raisers Museum; DinoLabs;

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Kimbell Art Museum

The Kimbell Art Museum is the permanent home of Michelangelo's first painting, “The Torment of Saint Anthony.” Offering a world-class collection of art, including works by El Greco, Cezanne, Rembrandt, Picasso, and Matisse, the museum was

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Modern Art Museum

One of the most stunning pieces at the Modern is the building itself, a landmark design by modernist Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The building became home to the Modern in 2002. The permanent collection concentrates on European art since 1920 and

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National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring and documenting the lives of women who have distinguished themselves while exemplifying the pioneer spirit of the American West. From hardworking

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Botanic Garden

The oldest botanic garden in Texas, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden is home to more than 2,500 species of plants in 23 specialty gardens. Visit the world-renowned Japanese Garden, where the koi-filled pools, Japanese architecture, meticulously

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Log Cabin Village

This authentic mid-19th-century village includes a blacksmith shop, a one-room schoolhouse, a pioneer garden, a smokehouse, and several historic furnished log-cabin homes. Texas history comes to life through historical interpreters in pioneer

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Will Rogers Memorial Center

The Will Rogers Memorial Center is located in the heart of the Cultural District. It's home to the Will Rogers Coliseum, Auditorium, Equestrian Center, Equestrian Multi-Purpose Building, and the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Building. The Will Rogers

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Near Southside/Magnolia

Historic architecture, enchanting restaurants, music venues, and art galleries line the streets of this off-the-beaten-path neighborhood just south of downtown. Home to the city's self-proclaimed “Restaurant Row,” Magnolia Avenue,

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The Trinity Trails

Fort Worth's alluring natural setting along the banks of the picturesque Trinity River makes the city a favorite destination for outdoors enthusiasts. Take to the more than 70 miles of well-maintained Trinity Trails, ideal for jogging, strolling, and

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Panther Island Pavilion

Located on the banks of the Trinity River on the outskirts of downtown Fort Worth, Panther Island Pavilion (PIP) is home to a variety of events, festivals, and concerts year-round. PIP boasts the only waterfront stage in Texas, with a sand beach for

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West 7th District

This trendy new urban development links downtown, the Will Rogers Memorial Center, and the Cultural District. Discover a sophisticated blend of pedestrian-friendly urban elements; indulge in high-concept eateries; splurge in boutique shops; and enjoy

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A hub for fitness, health, and outdoor leisure, the Shops at Clearfork are ideally located on the riverfront of the Trinity River, with access to 70-plus miles of uninterrupted hiking and biking trails. Cyclists frequent Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop and

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