• The Old West comes to life before your eyes during the world's only Fort Worth Herd’s twice-daily cattle drive. Real Texas cowhands drive a herd of Texas longhorns down Exchange Avenue in the Stockyards National Historic District every day at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Every detail of the cattle drive—from the saddles and chaps to the boots and hats – is authentic and historically true.
  • The Fort Worth Water Gardens, built in 1974, is located on the south end of downtown Fort Worth between Houston and Commerce Streets next to the Fort Worth Convention Center.
  • Spanning 35 blocks in Downtown Fort Worth, Sundance Square is filled with dozens of options for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Sundance is truly a place for everyone.
  • The Chisholm Trail Mural, Downtown's most iconic public art piece, serves as a reminder of Fort Worth's rich cultural roots. Painted in 1988, the mural commemorates the Fort Worth segment of the Chisholm Trail cattle drives of 1867.

BEST OF FORT WORTH TOUR

WE WILL SHOW YOU THE VERY BEST OF FORT WORTH, FROM ITS FAMOUS WATER GARDENS TO ALL THE IMPORTANT CITY LANDMARKS. NO TRIP TO THE OLD WEST WOULD BE COMPLETE WITHOUT A VISIT TO THE ICONIC STOCKYARDS AND ITS AMAZING CATTLE DRIVE (11:30 A.M. AND 4 P.M.)

Highlights: The Stockyards, Billy Bob's, The Fort Worth Herd, Sundance Square Plaza & Entertainment District, Chisholm Trail Mural, Bass Performance Hall, Water Gardens, John F. Kennedy Tribute Memorial, Cultural District and Museums. We introduce you to the best places to shop, to eat and to explore.

Your friendly guide will keep you entertained and informed with stories, facts, favorite places and so much more. Take this tour early on in your DFW visit in order to benefit from all the information and recommendations!

Our pickup location is at the Latin Deli located at 701 Commerce St #120, Dallas, TX 75202.

What Customers Say

  • The way to discover Fort Worth

    My wife and I took the tour of Forth Worth with Darlynda and had a great time. She made history come alive through the stories about the people and events that shaped the history of the city. If you are a visitor or a local do yourself a favor and take the tour. You will have a memorable time. Albert N - Dalla, Texas.

  • An eperiences for everyone

    Our guide mixed in some historical fun facts and tidbits along the way that were interesting and entertaining. We stopped along the way for photo ops and video. Loved the stockyards! Herb Costa - West Palm Beach, Florida.

  • Best part of our Texas trip!!

    Tour Was so much Fun! Who knew Fort Worth had so much to offer. Bus was clean and comfortable with air conditioning. Tour guide was knowledgeable and very entertaining. Charlie R. - Belleville, IL.

  • Great!

    Took the whole family on an 10AM morning tour. I thought it would be fun, but had no idea how much fun it actually was! Ages ranged from 7 - 56, and everyone described it as the highlight of our fun-filled day. Our tour guide Darlynda was amazing as well, and her knowledge and uplifting spirit was no small part of our great experience. Highly recommend! Kary D - San Diego, CA.

Journal: Latest Stories

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In the mid 1930’s, the love for popular American culture attracted a young man by the name of I. M. Pei from China to America to pursue his education in architecture. Years later his professional career would help establish the modern look of what has become the iconic Dallas cityscape.

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