Explore Fort Worth
Fort Worth, Texas is also known as ‘Cowtown.’ First settled by Ranchers, the city is named after Major General William Jenkins Worth and has a number of beautiful Art Deco buildings. The city is also the home of the Texas Motor Speedway NASCAR track. If you want to experience the city’s many attractions, stay at a downtown hotel, a convenient base from which to explore sights such as Fort Worth Zoo and near numerous Fort Worth restaurants.
When to go to Fort WorthFort Worth lies in North Texas and has a humid subtropical climate. With very hot summers and mild winters, the city’s rainfall can be highest during May and October. Popular months to book hotels in Fort Worth are August and September, when temperatures can reach around 92°F.
How to get to Fort WorthDallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the city’s main airport and lies approximately 25 miles from Fort Worth. There’s a convenient range of Fort Worth Airport hotels or you can use the Skylink train service to travel from the airport to downtown hotels in the city. Intercity rail services arrive into Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center and you can take a bus from nearby to reach destinations within the Fort Worth area.
Things to do in Fort WorthThe city is full of places to explore, including museums, gardens, and performance venues. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and Kimbell Art Museum are highlights, as are the Fort Worth Botanic & Japanese Gardens. Fort Worth’s Historic District, The Stockyards, is home to a range of bars and a rodeo, as well as the Stockyards Museum. One of the Fort Worth Stockyard hotels nearby will situate you in the heart of the area, or you might like to try one of the bargain discount hotels Fort Worth has on offer.
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