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.
Kim Goodin has traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe, stopping for a year or two in places such as London and Denver. Aside from road trips, she enjoys animals and books, and has many of both. She will read almost anything, but particularly enjoys biographies, Southern gothic fiction, mysteries, classic British novels, and cookbooks. When her nose isn't in... Read More