• The beautiful Sundance Square Plaza, located in the heart of historic Downtown Fort Worth, is the perfect place to dine, shop and have a cup of coffee as you sit outside under the umbrellas.
  • Downtown's most iconic public art, the Chisholm Trail Mural serves as a reminder of Fort Worth's rich cultural roots. This three-story Richard Haas trompe l'oeil mural spans the 1908 Jett Building's southern facade in Sundance Square. The 1988 mural commemorates the Fort Worth segment of The Chisholm Trail cattle drives of 1867-1875.
  • 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.
  • The Bass Performance Hall (also known as Bass Hall) is a performing arts venue, located in Fort Worth, Texas.



This tour of the sights and scenes of Fort Worth introduces you to the City of "Cowboys and Culture", Where the West Begins. Covering the city rich history from a lonely outpost on the western frontier and the cattle drives of the Chisholm Trail, to the vibrant city Fort Worth is today.

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.

What Customers Say

  • Fantastic!

    Darlynda was such a fantastic, upbeat, knowledgeable smart and funny guide! She should have hes own TV show! The tour was so interesting, it was so obvious she likes her job and is passionate about the city she lives in. From talking about Kennedy's assassination to the Fort Worth Stockyards, I was fascinated throughout. Liam G - Calgary, Canada.

  • Awesome Day Trip from Dallas

    We had the best day getting oriented to Dallas and Fort Worth on this tour. Our tour guide Darlynda was a fun, interesting and knowledgeable guide. The tour covered many locations, with good opportunities to walk and explore. Johnny Oliver - Orlando, Florida.

  • Fort Worth is worth the visit, you must see the yards.

    Our small group tour to Fort Worth and Dallas city tour was great. Our tour guide was committed, sincere, informative and still very entertaining. He obviously loves his area and shared his enthusiasm with us. Wendy Ross - Sydney, Australia.

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