Best Fort Worth, TX Shopping

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    10. Cowgirl Hall of Fame Gift Shop

    This museum shop features Western gifts of all types, including clothing, hats, belts, cards, and books. Proceeds from the one-of-a-kind store benefit the museum and the Heritage of the Western Cowgirl. Annual events...

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    9. Sundance Square

    This historic area of downtown extends across fourteen city blocks and recaptures the flair and excitement of Fort Worth's early days. Beautiful architecture, brick-paved streets, and pedestrian-friendly areas render...

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    8. M.L. Leddy's Boot and Saddlery

    Since 1922, this Western clothing and boot store has been outfitting cowboys and cowgirls in style. Within the establishment, you'll discover an incredible selection of hats, boots, and belts. Along with ready-made...

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    7. James Avery Craftsman

    James Avery has established himself as a superior craftsman of fine jewelry. Beginning his practice in a Texas Hill Country workshop, Avery now creates highly regarded and requested pieces. Silver and gold are...

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    6. Record Town

    The family who owns and operates this record store knows the music industry and the sounds that please their customers. As a result, they stock current, hard-to-find, and classic releases. Music has played a large...

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    5. The Modern Shop

    This fun, wonderful store carries jewelry, greeting cards, home accessories, books, educational toys, and much more. There's always something new to see, and the shop is a fantastic place to pop into when you're...

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    4. Cattle Barn Flea Market

    On weekends, savvy folks flock to this flea market, located in cattle barn #1. The indoor, air-conditioned market offers lots of merchandise, and numerous booths and a wide selection of goods practically ensure that...

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    3. Luskey Ryon's Western Wear

    Developed from a dry goods store in 1919, this local institution is now owned and managed by the third generation of the same family. They stock practically any sort of Western wear you could imagine, including...

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    2. Peters Bros. Hats

    If you just can't leave Texas without a hat, make sure you look here first. Hats are all they do, so you know the quality is top-rate. Plus, you can find options extending beyond the ubiquitous cowboy headwear....

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    1. Western Wear Exchange

    Billed as the only Western wear resale shop in Fort Worth, this store offers brand names like Stetson, Roper, Justin, Wrangler, and Lucchese.

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About Fort Worth, TX Shopping

Sundance Square, a re-envisioned historic district, features a plethora of nightlife, dining and shopping options. Along with a few national chains, you'll find fun local specialists in art, jewelry, unique apparel, and gourmet foods. In the Stockyards District there are a couple of dozen fun stores, mostly with a definite Western focus. Stockyards Station has a winery and an art gallery, too. Western wear – cowboy boots, 10-gallon hats, dressy rodeo shirts – is the ideal take-home memento of your visit to Fort Worth. For a great selection, check out Western Wear Exchange, Peters Bros. Hats, M.L. Leddy's Boot and Saddlery, or Luskey Ryon's Western Wear.

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