Comfort Suites North Fossil Creek
3751 Tanacross Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76137
Phone: (817) 222-2333
Fax: (817) 222-9666
This cinema is part of the Regal Entertainment Group and one of 230 nationwide theaters in the chain. Check the website for more information and book your tickets beforehand. Then, all you have to do is sit back and watch the show!
The centerpiece of this fascinating collection of antique warbirds is the last remaining B-29 that still takes flight. Just north of the Stock Yards, the Vintage Flying Museum features 20 different aircraft's that date from the 1930s to as late as the 1960s. Get up close and personal with these rare artifacts as you learn the ins and outs of aviation from the knowledgeable museum docents. Tucked away in a hanger at the Meacham Airport, the museum is home to the Commemorative Air Force B-29/B-24 Squadron where these classic aircraft's are maintained, preserved, and restored.
This cavernous honky-tonk is America's 'Best Country Music Nightclub' according to both the Country Music Association and The Academy of Country Music. It's also one of the largest and most famous. Founded in 1981, Billy Bob's Texas offers enough room for 6,000 people to drink, play pool, play video games or dance to the live country music performed every night. Rodeo enthusiasts will enjoy the indoor arena where cowboys ride bucking bulls every weekend. Friday and Saturday night headliners are often among the biggest names in the industry, including Garth Brooks, Lee Ann Rimes, Hank Williams Jr. and Bob Hope. All have left hand prints, which are displayed in concrete around the club.
If you have grown up watching movies at a drive-in theater then the Coyote Drive-In will bring back some adorable memories. The theater which is in proximity of the West Fork Trinity River is open all year round entertaining patrons with latest releases. At humble prices, the place offers great viewing pleasure on their giant screen and the acoustics can be heard over your car radio, boom box or portable music players. Food is served at the on-site canteen, so arrive with a large appetite and stay put late because you can enjoy two movies back-to-back at the cost of one. Irrespective of the size of your car and the company inside, Coyote Drive-In does not disappoint!
A make-shift pavilion located at the banks of the Trinity river, at the point where the river's two tributaries meet, Panther Island Pavilion is where all tubing fans head to during Tube The Trinity. This temporary pavilion also has a performance space where musicians and bands play in a very unique atmosphere. Do stop by when in Uptown.
AMC Palace 9 features first run movies and is located in Fort Worth's exciting Sundance Square. With stadium seating, this theater can accommodate 1729 people in its nine theaters. Comfortable high-back chairs and the High Impact Theatre sound system create the perfect atmosphere for enjoying the newest release. Concession stands occupy both floors, and there is plenty of free parking downtown, particularly at night and on weekends, when you can park on the street or in the parking garage across the street for free.
In 1946, three women decided over coffee that it was time for Fort Worth to have an opera company. Seven months later, the Fort Worth Civic Opera Association launched its first performance. Today, the Fort Worth Opera performs to the accompaniment of the Fort Worth Symphony in one of the world's top ten opera houses, the Bass Performance Hall. Performances include Candide, Porgy and Bess and Carmen. Tickets range from USD20 to USD100 each, depending on the performance.
Towering angels watch over this magnificent Sundance Square concert hall which was modeled after New York City's Carnegie Hall. Great care was given to assure that this space would provide the best possible acoustics. Bass Performance Hall opened in 1998 as a venue for the acclaimed Van Cliburne International Piano Competition, an event held every four years. The hall also serves as home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet and the Fort Worth Opera. Visiting companies of all kinds — opera, modern dance, Broadway companies, etc. — perform in this elegant and majestic space. Valet parking and group discount rates are available too. Call for show times.
The Jubilee Theatre, founded in 1981, is located in Fort Worth's Sundance Square entertainment district. This fine venue acts as a showcase for the talents of African-American performers, writers and directors. While dramas and comedies have their place here, the specialty is musicals. The turn-of-the-century backdrop is superb, and Sundance Square's preservation of the city's past architectural styles complements the work that is going on inside Jubilee.
A highlight of downtown and a Fort Worth landmark, the Circle Theatre is located underground. The theater was founded in 1981 and has been a hit ever since. Around a half dozen shows, covering a variety of themes, are presented annually. Their mission is to present professional, contemporary plays in an intimate, 125 seating area. Student tickets for any remaining seats are available at half-price beginning half an hour before shows. Complimentary valet parking is available.
Hyena's Comedy Nightclub brings to you the best of comedy entertainment in Fort Worth. The club features the some of the best national talents in stand-up comedy. Famous comedians Dustin Diamond and Jimmy Walker perform here regularly. The Best of Texas Comedy Night is an ongoing event at this venue and features the funniest acts in Texas. A visit to this club is sure to tickle your funny bone.
Fans of drama and live entertainment love to flock to the JFK Theatre in Fort Worth. Several classics as well as new productions have been staged here with great enthusiasm, holding the attention of audiences every moment of the play. The impressive acoustics, back-stage facilities for performers as well as the venue's infrastructure have made it popular among performers as well as audiences.