5825 Quebec Street, Fort Worth, TX, US, 76135

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Texas Civil War Museum

    Opened in January, 2006, the Texas Civil War Museum is the largest Civil War museum west of the Mississippi River with over 15,000 square feet (1393 square meters) of exhibit space. In addition to the different galleries, the museum features a small movie theater where the film Our Home Our Rights, an informative look at the Civil War with an emphasis on Texas, plays for interested museum-goers. There is also a gift shop on hand so you can take a reminder of your visit here home with you.

    760 North Jim Wright Freeway
    Ft. Worth, TX 76108

    »Vintage Flying Museum

    The centerpiece of this fascinating collection of antique warbirds is the B-17 Flying Fortress, nicknamed "Chuckie." The B-17 Flying Fortress was used during World War II against the Nazis; Chuckie is reportedly one of the few surviving planes of its type. 20 or so other airplanes, as well as a jeep and the Texas Air Command's helicopters, share the restored B-29 hangar with Chuckie, while display cases show off model planes and war artifacts. The gift shop features art, jewelry, models and toys about aircraft, as well as the obligatory T-shirts. A small donation for upkeep of the museum is requested. Although the museum operates mainly on weekends, you can also visit on weekday by appointment.

    505 Northwest 38 Street
    Ft. Worth, TX 76106

    »Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

    The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame is a museum that exhibits cowboy memorabilia from way back. It also hosts educational events about cowboy folklore around campfires. The National Day of American Cowboy festivities is also held here. The museum has a large collection of lifestyle wagons, buggies and other exciting exhibits. The Chisholm Trail Collection exhibits interesting cowboy artifacts and items. You can have your photo taken in the Jersey Lily photo parlor or pick up a souvenir from their gift shop. School and group educational tours are regularly arranged for.

    128 East Exchange
    Fort Worth, TX 76164

    »Stockyards Museum

    Preserving the history of the Fort Worth Stockyards, this museum is a result of efforts made by the North Fort Worth Historical Society. The museum is housed in the Livestock Exchange Building. The antique display cases were restored to hold artifacts relating to the history of the Stockyards, as well as the meat packing industry and the railroads. Another exhibit focuses on Quanah Parker, the last Comanche Indian war chief. Children will love the exhibit of the lightbulb that has been burning since 1908. Admission is free.

    131 East Exchange Avenue
    Ft. Worth, TX 76164

    »Amon Carter Museum

    The Amon Carter Museum has one of the largest permanent collections of American Art. The artwork consists of pieces from the 1830s to the late 20th Century from great American artists such as Alexander Calder, Thomas Cole, Thomas Eakins, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Alfred Stieglitz. There is also a permanent exhibit of Amon Carter's personal collection of Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, who are considered to be the best artists of the American West. With more than 30,000 prints, the museum has one of the finest photography collections in the US.

    3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard
    Ft. Worth, TX 76107

    »Gallery 414

    Gallery 414 has been around since 1995 and yet continues to consistently inspire with its unique exhibits and featured artists. The contemporary art displays here change regularly but share the common thread of being born from talented Fort Worth artists, both established and new. The subject matters and styles may change, but you're guaranteed to see some alternative works here that will enliven your sense of imagination and wonder. 

    414 Templeton
    Fort Worth, TX 76107

    »Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    This delightful collection of tactile displays encourages learning for children and adults alike. A ferocious dinosaur offers greetings in the front walkway; attractive and enticing exhibits branch out in all directions. There are nine permanent galleries with themes ranging from Texas history to computers to fossils. Two of these include dino dig and kid space, specifically designed for younger children. One of the most popular attractions is the Omni Theater, an IMAX theater that shows 70mm films on a huge screen. The noble planetarium presents programs on astrology.

    1501 Montgomery Street
    Ft. Worth, TX 76107

    »Kimbell Art Museum

    Architect Louis I. Kahn won an award from the American Institute of Architects for this building's striking design. He used a series of arched glass ceilings to let in natural light and enhance the presentation of the many important pieces in the museum collection. The artwork comes from all over the world, with maestros such as Renoir, Picasso, Rubens and Rembrandt represented. Those desiring more exotic artwork will enjoy the Asian, African and Mediterranean collections. The Buffet Restaurant is open daily, offering different kinds of light fare depending on the time of day. Admission to the permanent collections is free.

    3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
    Ft. Worth, TX 76107

    »Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    Often referred to as the state's oldest art museum, this facility has been in existence since 1892. The Modern Art Museum now houses more than 2800 sculptures, paintings, prints, photographs and other artworks created since World War II. The collection includes pieces by luminaries such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Andy Warhol. Tours are open to the public every Saturday afternoon. The gift shop offers books, magazines, posters and other artistic memorabilia as well as educational toys. The museum hosts various art classes for patrons of all ages throughout the year.

    3200 Darnell Street
    Fort Worth, TX 76107

    »Cattle Raisers Museum

    Located inside the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, this fascinating, interactive museum is part of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Foundation's efforts to preserve the heritage of ranch life in the Old West. Hands-on exhibits, a theater presentation, talking mannequins and authentic artifacts illustrate the days of cowboys, cattle barons and Texas Rangers. This museum is perfect for the whole family.

    1600 Gendy Street
    Ft. Worth, TX 76107

    »National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

    Founded in 1975 in the small panhandle town of Hereford, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame offers a distinct perspective on the role of women in the West. Beginning in the settling days and progressing through to modern times, this collection is the only one in the world dedicated to the lives of these exemplary women. More than 140 women are currently honored, while new honorees are added each year. Most notable are artist Georgia O'Keefe, singer Patsy Cline, actress Dale Evans Rogers, hatmaker Sheila Graves Kirkpatrick and barrel racer Martha Josey. The museum relocated to Fort Worth in the early 1990s in order to reach more people.

    1720 Gendy Street
    Fort Worth, TX 76107

    »Cattle Raisers Museum

    With 8,000 square feet of exhibiton space, this museum seeks to preserve and educate the public in reagrd to the history and culture of the Texas cattle and ranching industry, as well as other features of the era, from cattle rustlers to the Texas Rangers. Some of the more popular exhibits are the collection of branding irons, Spanish saddles, and spurs. The rich and vanishing history of the cowboys and cattle drives that helped to build Texas into the state that it is today are explored through the many exhibits that one can examine in this museum.

    1301 West 7th Street
    Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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