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Top 10 Fort Worth Attractions

Known for it's eclectic mix of "cowboys and culture," Fort Worth is home to numerous museums, art galleries, and attractions that devote themselves to culture of the wild west. The city is the 16th largest city in the United States, and is a part of the larger Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The city is one of the top tourist destinations in the state of Texas, with over 5.5 million annual visitors. The following are the top 10 attractions of Fort Worth.

1. Kimbell Art Museum

One of the premier art museums in the country, Kimbell is home to a wide array of artwork from 3000 BC to the mid 20th century. The facility itself is designed by famed architect Luis Kahn.

2. Bass Performance Hall

If you're looking to catch a show from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Opera, or the Texas Ballet Theater, Bass hall offers amazing architecture and acoustics. The performance hall is often ranked in the top 10 opera houses nationally.

3. Fort Worth Stockyards

Look to the stockyards to fully immerse yourself in cowboy culture. The national historic district contains western style shops, museums, cattle drives, and various rodeos.

4. Amon Carter Museum of American Art

One of the finest homes of American art, Amon Carter offers visitors a wide array of 19th and 20th century collections of artwork and sculptures.

5. Sundance Square

This historic district in the heart of downtown Fort Worth is a 35 block, multi purpose district filled with shops, restaurants, and entertainment attractions. The district is named after the Sundance Kid who frequented the area. It is home to numerous art galleries, authentic Texan barbecue, comedy clubs, live theaters, and many others.

6. Fort Worth Zoo

The zoo is home to over 500 animal species, and is one of the top attractions in the city.

7. Fort Worth Botanical Gardens

The 21 acre botanical garden is home to 21 specialty gardens and over 2,500 different species of plants.

8. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Home to the second largest collection of contemporary art in the country, the museum offers visitors a wide array of modern art. The facility itself is designed my renowned architect Tadao Ando.

9. Texas Motor Speedway

The TMS hosts a wide array of racing events from NASCAR events to Indy league racing events.

10. St. Patrick Cathedral

An architectural marvel, it is one of the oldest Catholic Churches in the state of Texas.

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