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Downtown Fort Worth, TX
Cultural District Museums in Fort Worth, TX
City of Fort Worth, TX
An All-America City Award Winner, Fort Worth offers a rich tapestry of affordable neighborhoods, an enviable cultural scene and a world-class school system. Visitors enjoy shopping and dining in downtown's Sundance Square. City attractions include the Fort Worth Zoo, major sports, and the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, enhancing the city's reputation as one of the premier travel destinations in the nation.For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Fort Worth has a Walk Score® of 32.
Median Household Income$51,105
Median Home Price$121,100
Sports and recreation in Fort Worth can mean cheering on your favorite pro sports or collegiate team, a challenging round of golf, play time at a local park, cycling the city or hiking area trails. Here's a snapshot of just a few activitie the city has to offer.
With the title of “the Museum Capital of the Southwest,” it's no surprise Fort Worth artsy types feel at home among the city's many cultural attractions, which include not only museums but also theaters, live music and lots of fun festivals.
Living in a larger and ever growing city means lots of choices for dining out. Fort Worth has scores of restaurants contributing to a flavorful mix of dining options, from hearty meals to quick bites. Plus, there are plenty of sweet treats, so be sure to save room for dessert. Here's a sampling of some of the best known among locals: