Comfort Suites at Lake Worth
5825 Quebec Street
Fort Worth, TX 76135
Phone: (817) 237-2300
Fax: (817) 744-8199
5825 Quebec Street, Fort Worth, TX, US, 76135
- Phone: (817) 237-2300
- Fax: (817) 744-8199
Nine miles away in Northwest Tarrant County lies the city of Lake Worth, where you will discover what is arguably the only theatre worth a mention in the area—the Star Village 8. Like the name suggests, eight screens face a superbly planned seating arrangement, ensuring movie buffs of an exhilarating experience. Mainstream movies are the focus here as Hollywood takes center stage. Several bargains are on offer to entice fans, including free children movies on certain weekdays. Call for more information.
The festival is held on the second weekend in November every year from Friday through Sunday. It features traditional Greek food and pastries, live Greek music and dance performances, frozen foods to go, a gift shop, children's area and much more.
A visit to this cinema might just turn you into a fan—not just of the movie scene, but of the venue itself! Patrons are treated to a beer-pizza-movie combo, which entails the purchase of a ticket at the box office and an order from the delicious snack menu at the refreshment stand. Folks are then handed a glowing number by which they can be identified as they take in their favorite flick. The order is freshly-prepared and served with a flourish. Check the website for more details and get ready to turn into a lazing couch potato!
Performed to live musical accompaniment by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, this ballet company offers professional performances of classical ballets to both Forth Worth and Dallas. Some productions that are typical of the company's offerings are Giselle, West Side Story, The Nutcracker, Three of Hearts and Cinderella.
When in downtown Fort Worth, a trip to this cinema will certainly leave you with a pleasant feeling. Part of the Rave Motion Pictures Group, it screens the latest and newest releases from Hollywood. Check the website for more details and book your tickets early. The venue tends to fill up quickly, especially on weekends. Then, enjoy your date with the stars!
Begun in 1976, this annual concert series presents some of the world's finest classical concerts, featuring some of the best classical performers from around the world. Presentations feature the best in both instrumental and vocal-based works and are held at Bass Performance Hall and the Recital Hall.
When the Dallas Ballet Company dissolved in 1988, the Fort Worth Ballet expanded to include Dallas. The new company performs at both Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth and the Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas. Each season consists of a mixture of contemporary, as well as traditional works performed locally and on tours nationally and internationally. Performances include the popular Christmas event, The Nutcracker, and Romeo and Juliet. Ticket prices range from $12 to $50, depending on the event.
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.
Cowboy Music from Cattle Drive days- each Sun. 2pm on steps of Exchange Building-great relaxing music by talented band and Devon Dawson, voice of "Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl" on Disney Toy Story II. Come, relax and enjoy the best of cowboy music anywhere. Cool your ears with smooth and peaceful western music of "Silver Screen", Gospel or "Lone Pairie" tunes as you will not hear anywhere else. Catch the "Historic Walking Tour" thro the Stockyards while there to understand how 1,100 head of cattle were unloaded, pened, sold and loaded and shipped out each day to make this the "Wallstreet of the West" with more money changing hands than anywhere West of Mississippi Wallstreet. Enjoy seeing and riding the Antique Steam Engine or ride the Mechanical Bull or try sitting on a live Longhorn Steer or just watch the "Longhorn Trail Drive" reenactment twice daily.
A variety of artists are displayed in this quaint gallery located in the Fort Worth Cultural District. Pieces on hand represent an eclectic range of individual styles, media and subjects in William Campbell contemporary art. There is an intentional emphasis on cultural diversity and individual expression. Even the most discriminating art collector will be sure to find something that catches his or her eye.
This gallery showcases exquisite gifts and fine art for those with the most discriminating taste. Original art, exquisite handcrafted jewelry and unique, artistic gift items, are presented in a pleasing atmosphere. Eclectic styles range from contemporary to representational and feature both local and nationally recognized artists. Located in the Fort Worth Cultural Arts District, the Edmund Craig Gallery is in a league by itself. If a shopper is unable to visit during scheduled hours of operation, the store may be opened by appointment.
When William Edrington Scott, a member of one of Tarrant County's founding families, died in 1961, he left $3 million to help develop Fort Worth's cultural district. Broadway scenic designer Donald Oenslager designed the 493 seat theater in 1966. It features several technical bells and whistles. The performance space is now rented to various production companies, as well and business and civic groups. Concerts and fund raising events are also hosted here.