Best Attractions & Activities

With all of the things to do and see in a city, deciding how to spend your time can be quite an agonizing decision. 10best has narrowed all of the available attractions in Fort Worth to a list of the most appealing and reputable, to aide in your decision making. You can rest easy knowing that any choice you make from our list is sure to please.

Chisholm Trail Mural

In the late 19th century, cattle were Fort Worth's main industry, and millions of head were routed through the city on the legendary trail for which this mural was named. In honor of this tradition, artist Richard Haas created an expansive image...  Read More

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

When those Texas summer days become too hot to bear, make a beeline to this cool waterpark. Patrons can swim in the pools, surf man-made waves, ride boogie boards and inner tubes, slide down a seven-story tower, maneuver a water toboggan, and...  Read More

Rangers Ballpark

Home to the Texas Rangers baseball team, this park opened in 1994. Incorporating elements from great venues like Wrigley Field, Ebbets Field, and Tiger Stadium, the Ballpark also boasts scenes of Texas landmarks on its exterior and a real grass...  Read More

Texas Motor Speedway

Catch all your favorite drivers at this major league auto racing venue! Occupying 1,000 acres, TMS is the second largest sports facility in America; its seating capacity is 153,000. The oval race track runs for 1.5 miles and features 24-degree...  Read More

Fort Worth Cattle Drive

A throwback to past days, this daily event was introduced to celebrate "Fort Worth 150," the anniversary of the city's founding as a military outpost on the banks of the Trinity River. Now, when the weather cooperates, cowboys and cowgirls herd...  Read More

Six Flags Over Texas

This branch of the great amusement park offers fun for the entire family. With more than 100 rides and shows, the park has more than enough distractions for a day or even a weekend. One of the park's attractions, the Titan roller coaster, towers...  Read More

Southwest Fort Worth
Log Cabin Village

Set in Forest Park, this village is comprised of a cluster of 19th century pioneer cabins. Visitors to the site can see original furnishings of pioneer families and learn how settlers lived on Texas's early homesteads. Guides offer...  Read More

Grapevine Vintage Railroad

Named for the appearance of the numerous rail lines radiating from Fort Worth, the Tarantula Train has been (and remains) a city signature. A restored steam engine dating to 1896 moves passengers between Fort Worth and Grapevine. In Fort Worth,...  Read More

Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District

The stockyards of Fort Worth once bustled with cattle, and saloons lined the streets, offering respite to herders and passersby. Now part of a historic district, the old barns and pens house shops, museums and restaurants and help preserve the...  Read More

At this park, approximately 50 miles west of Fort Worth, visitors can walk the bed of the Paluxy River to find dinosaur tracks dating back 110 million years. Educational exhibits, including fiberglass models of a tyrannosaurus rex and an...  Read More