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  • Attractions

    »The Miller Marketplace

    It's "Miller Time" all the time at the Marketplace, located inside the Miller Brewery just 10 minutes south of downtown Fort Worth. Shoppers can purchase bar accessories, golf bags, glassware, Tommy Hilfiger shirts and even autographed memorabilia from NASCAR racing great Rusty Wallace—all sporting the Miller logo.

    7009 South Freeway
    Ft. Worth, TX 76134

    »Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

    The largest Protestant institution of its kind, this school began as an offshoot of the Baylor Theology department and became a separate entity in 1907. In 1910, the school moved from Waco to its present location in Southwest Fort Worth. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary offers bachelor and master's degrees in three disciplines: theology, educational ministry and church music. There are currently 20,000 students enrolled. The A. Webb Roberts Library houses the Tandy Archeological Museum, a small collection of biblical artifacts open to the public. Here you'll find maps, pottery and tools from the biblical town of Timnah, where Samson is said to have lived.

    2001 West Seminary Drive
    Ft. Worth, TX 76115

    »Texas Christian University

    Texas Christian University enrolls 7,600 graduate and undergraduate students per year. 79 undergraduate majors are available in six schools: education, business, fine arts, arts and science, nursing and divinity. The Horned Frogs compete at the NCAA Division IA-level in football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, and 15 other sports. Banners lining the campus streets proudly display purple and white colors. Randolph and Addison Clark first tried to build a college in Fort Worth in 1869, but briefly moved the site to Thorp Springs in 1873. Another move to Waco followed in 1895. After the Waco campus was destroyed by fire, the school made its final move back to Fort Worth in 1910.

    2800 South University Drive
    Ft. Worth, TX 76109

    »Prince Hall Masonic Mosque

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    3433 Martin Luther King Fwy
    Ft. Worth, TX 76119

    »Hassan Mosque

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    1201 E Allen Ave
    Ft. Worth, TX 76104

    »Forest Park Miniature Train

    This pretty, leisurely five-mile journey takes passengers from Forest Park through the woods, over trestles and under bridges, to the duck pond at Trinity Park and back. In Trinity Park, the train stops at a refreshment depot for soft drinks and popcorn, the remaining attraction is the old Forest Park Rides built in 1958. Two trains run simultaneously on the busiest days. Children find it the ride to be a great adventure, while parents will enjoy the leisurely pace.

    2100 Colonial Parkway
    Ft. Worth, TX 76109

    »Fort Worth Zoo

    The nationally acclaimed Fort Worth Zoo is a pioneer in using natural habitats to showcase animals. Exotic animals are kept out of cages and left to freely roam in a natural environment. On most occasions, visitors are separated from the residents by only a river or a waterfall! Special exhibits include the world of primates, African Savannah, Asian falls and Texas wild. An onsite restaurant serves hamburgers, fries, pizza and BBQ, while a canopy of magnificent oak trees provides shelter from the hot Texas sun.

    1989 Colonial Parkway
    Fort Worth, TX 76109

    »Rahr Brewery

    Rahr Brewery is a microbrewery that has been processing beer since 2004. Experimenting with flavors and infusions, the brewery produces some popular drinks like the caramel-flavored Texas Red and the banana-tinted Summertime Wheat that brings to mind memories of the summer countryside. It offers free tours of its facility on Wednesdays and Saturdays after an entry fee of USD10. While touring the venue, enjoy the free samples of the brews and also engage in the many community events and exhibitions that are organized from time to time.

    701 Galveston Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX 76104

    »Thistle Hill

    Lavish elegance and opulence are the foundation of this Georgian Revival house. Built in 1903 during the Cattle Baron Era of the West, Thistle Hill was designed and occupied by Electra Waggoner—daughter of cattleman William T. Waggoner—and her husband. Today it is considered a historic landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.The house contains 18 rooms, each filled with turn-of-the century furnishings. Oak-paneled halls and solid limestone pillars are just a few of the fine craftsmanship details. The house is known as much for its architectural design elements as it is for the families who occupied it. Guided tours, which begin on the hour, are offered to provide insight on the family and the house's design and creation, as well as on local history.

    1509 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Ft. Worth, TX 76104

    »Cliburn Organ, The

    Located in the Broadway Baptist Church, this organ was designed and built by Casavant Fr

    305 West Broadway
    Fort Worth, Texas 76104

    »Broadway Baptist Church

    Established in 1883, this church was organized and ordained to combat the gambling and prostitution establishments that seemed to have taken over the city. It was first known as South Side Baptist, but in the mid-1890s the name was changed to Broadway Baptist Church. The place remains in the heart of downtown in its "modified Gothic" structure. The design features the shape of a cross, a choir loft, vaulted ceilings, arched doorways and balconies. Its ministries include an adult clothing room, AIDS care team, food pantry, chapel choir, parents day out and youth services.

    305 West Broadway
    Ft. Worth, TX 76104

    »Japanese Garden

    Built in 1970, the Japanese Garden is a part of Fort Worth Botanic Gardens and is spread across 7.5 acre. Much of the beautiful trees and plants of the garden were brought from the city of Nagaoka, Japan. Other attractions inside the garden include the wooden bridge, meditation garden, pagoda and a viewing deck. However, the most popular attraction inside the Japanese Garden is the pond where you can feed food palettes to number of exotic Koi fishes. Besides this, the garden is also host to concerts during the weekends as well as the annual Spring Festival and Fall Festival that celebrate Japanese art and culture. Call for more information.

    3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard
    Ft. Worth, TX 76107
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