Comfort Suites North Fossil Creek
3751 Tanacross Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76137
Phone: (817) 222-2333
Fax: (817) 222-9666
3751 Tanacross Dr., Fort Worth, TX, US, 76137
- Phone: (817) 222-2333
- Fax: (817) 222-9666
One of the oldest churches in the area, it was founded in 1873 shortly after the town of Fort Worth was commissioned. The Fort Worth symphony performed its first concert in the church's auditorium in 1920. It is known as the first American church to run a religious radio station. The church continues to expand with ministries in music, visitation and bible study. It is also commissioning a new sanctuary. Community services include transportation to and from worship services.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
DFW Drive Your Dream allows you to experience four of the fastest and most beautiful cars on the road. You will embark on a 150-plus mile thrill ride across a professionally designed tour route. Four to five-hours will just fly by as you take turns driving and riding in the dream cars. DFW Drive Your Dream provides you with an easy, affordable, and exiting way to finally drive a Lamborghini or to drive a Ferrari.
Laser Quest is live action laser tag at its best. Enter the multi-level arena where fog, music and special effects combine to provide an incredible combination of tag and hide & seek. For family and group events, birthday parties or on your own, Laser Quest is interactive intense fun for ages 7-77.
In the city of Fort Worth, a few attractions punctuated with African culture still continue to exist—Knights of Pythias Hall is one of them. Originally constructed in 1881, had to be rebuilt after a fire destroyed it. The red brick structure with Dutch influence over the architecture, makes you nostalgic. Earlier it was a lodge, then it housed retail outlets and businesses. Being the first building to find its way in the National Register of Historic Places, the historical importance is evident. The hall sitting in modernized Hillside neighborhood, ties the past to the future.
Located in the historical Fort Worth Stockyards, Fort Worth Stockyard Stables is a must-visit for all horse lovers. Go on a horseback ride through miles of peaceful terrain along the Trinity River, or have your picture taken by the stables' professional photographer. It's a great place to bring your little ones, as all ages are welcome here. Birthdays, weddings, corporate events and many other occasions are the perfect functions to hold here.
For a real taste of the Old West, come by the Stockyards area any afternoon and you will be treated to a mini-cattle drive sponsored by the City of Fort Worth. Fort Worth is proud of its Cowtown moniker, and wants to give tourists and locals a chance to see real cowboys and cattle in action. The cowboys dress in authentic turn-of-the-century clothing, and use period saddles and equipment. There are two separate cattle drives each day. Both start at the eastern end of Exchange Avenue, then move west towards the Cowtown Coliseum before turning and heading back to the pen.
Located in the Fort Worth Stockyards, this adobe-style building was constructed in 1902 as a center for cattle traders. It was the central location for all activity in the Stockyards and often referred to as "The Wall Street of the West". Today, the building houses professional services and the North Fort Worth Historical Society Museum, which features artifacts from the beginning of the development of the Stockyards.
Along the narrow streets of Stockyards Station you'll find storefronts from the late 1800s, which were renovated for tourism in the 1970s. Stores are full of western memorabilia including paintings, leather goods, books, glassware and hundreds of other treasures. Wild west performances are staged frequently at the Cowtown Coliseum, while Billy Bob's Texas offers other entertainment options. At mealtime, Riscky's and other restaurants offer steak, catfish and other local fare. A children's amusement park features a lovely old carousel and several other rides. Through the middle of it all runs the Tarantula Train, which shuttles passengers on a nostalgic trip to and from Grapevine.
Located in the Ft. Worth Stockyards, the Cowtown Coliseum has a tremendous history. It was the site of the first indoor rodeo, held in 1918, and the first live radio broadcast, which took place at a rodeo here in 1923. Despite being an old building, the Coliseum has excellent modern conveniences such as the arena seats for 2,500 people, air conditioning, production lighting and a great sound system. Cowtown Coliseum is home to the Stockyard Championship rodeo, which takes place here every Friday and Saturday. Rodeos feature traditional bull riding, steer wrestling, calf roping, team roping and barrel racing.
Visit the Cowtown Cattlepen Maze Incorporation to find yourself through a large 5,400 square feet maze that is a great recreation option. Apart from the maze challenge, you can also host your own private events here.
The oldest cemetery in Fort Worth is the final resting place of 13 soldiers, including Brigadier General Edward H. Tarrant and Brevet Major Ripley Allen Arnold, and Arnold