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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Dallas
"Your admission ticket to LEGOLAND Dallas will give you tons to explore on your day out. See local landmarks recreated in miniature with more than one-million LEGO bricks at Miniland! How many will you recognize? You could make a game of it yourself.< LEGO CITY: Forest Ranger Pursuit and Kingdom Quest Laser Ride. Tots will lose track of time in the DUPLO Village where they can build forts and small houses from large squishy bricks.Watch the kids take action in a fire station jungle gym where they can climb slide and run around as they live the life of a fire fighter. Then see if you can create a LEGO tower can withstand tremors at the Earthquake Tables. When your feet are ready for a rest sit back in the 4D theater and watch the LEGO Legends of Chima characters try to win the land of CHI. The movie’s rain wind and snow may even feel real during the 4D experience. If you need to refuel a cafe offers snacks and light meals (own expense). If you’re looking for the latest LEGO sets or other LEGO toys
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SEA LIFE Aquarium Dallas
"Dive into a world of more than 5000 sea creatures at SEA LIFE Aquarium Dallas where you can spy seahorses clown fish sharks and sea turtles among other underwater critters in 30 display tanks. You get to decide how to spend your time in this watery wonderland.Want to check out the stingrays? Stand on a platform overlooking the Bay of Rays to get a great view of the rays gliding below visit the interactive rock pool display where you can touch a sea star
From $19.00
 
Dallas' Reunion Tower GeO-Deck Observation Ticket
"An icon of the Dallas Skyline since 1978 the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck offers visitors a 360-degree view to Dallas.Start your journey by having your photo taken at Reunion Tower's PIX photo experience. As part of the ticket price you will receive a free digital photo. A Reunion Tower Ambassador will take a photo of you at the bottom of the tower and by the time you reach the top you can share it with the world. You can view your image at the PIX kiosk choose a background share it through email or social media
From $17.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Fort Worth

Amon G. Carter, Sr.~Heritage Trails Marker

The plaque reads:From his arrival in Fort Worth in 1905 until his death, Amon Carter was the city’s most vigorous booster and champion. At his death, it was said that more than half of the city’s...
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Nov 06, 2011

Firestation#2 1930 - Hazmat Station

Herman Paul Koeppe of Wyatt C. Hedrick's office designed this facility which is actually two separate buildings. The larger building is the station itself, and the smaller building is a Fire Alarm...
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Nov 06, 2011

Horsethief

Horsethief by Jack Bryant 1989. This depicts a Horsethief trying to escape into Mexico with a stolen Cavalry horse. As we all know back then the end result if you got caught you most certainly get...
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Yaqui
Nov 06, 2011

High Desert Princess

This lovely statue is called the “High Desert Princess” She stands in tribute to all cowgirls and stands in grandeur in front of The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. She was donated and...
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Yaqui
Nov 06, 2011

First Masonic Hall In Fort Worth Historical Marker

The plaque reads: After many years of debate, Fort Worth researchers identified this site in 1957 as the location of the city's first Masonic lodge. For more than twenty years, lodge members met in a...
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Nov 06, 2011

Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show

The plaque reads:Fort Worth became an important trading and supply depot in the 1870s for Texas cattlemen driving herds to Northern markets. With the convergence of several railroads here in the 1870s...
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Yaqui
Nov 06, 2011
 
 
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Tarrant County Courthouse Inside

Once inside the courthouse after I passed thru the medal decotrs and after enjoying the museum, I asked if it was OK, to roam through the courthouse. The guard said it was ok and to enjoy. So I...
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Nov 06, 2011

Tarrant County Courthouse Museum 1895

I got curious and headed for the court house. I was hoping to find something that I had a hunch it would have, so when I entered the doorway, the security guards asked why I was here. I asked if they...
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Nov 06, 2011

Hell's Half Acre Historical Marker

The plaques reads:A notorious red light district known as Hell's Half Acre developed in this section of Fort Worth after the arrival of the Texas and Pacific Railway in 1876 launched a local economic...
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Nov 06, 2011

FT. Worth~Where the West Begins~Historical Marker

The plaque reads:Founded June 6, 1849, as frontier post of Co. F., 2nd Dragoons, 8th Dept., U.S. Army. The commander, Maj. Ripley Arnold, named camp for his former superior officer, Maj. Gen William...
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Nov 06, 2011

Opera Houses &amp; Theaters ~ Heritage Trails Markers

The plaque reads:The Adelphi, Fort Worth’s first vaudeville theater, opened in 1876 at 3rd &amp; Main but soon closed. Within a month, the “Theatre Comique” occupied the site, attracting audiences to...
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Nov 06, 2011

African-American History Heritage Trails Marker

Located on Intermodal Transportation Center walkway, 9th &amp; Jones Streets.The plaque reads:The first African-American residents of Fort Worth were slaves who received the delayed news of their...
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Nov 06, 2011

The Stage Leaves From Here~Heritage Trails Marker

The plaque reads:Few images of the American West are more enduring than the stagecoach. On July 18, 1856, the United States mail line brought the first stagecoach to Fort Worth on its way to Fort...
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Nov 06, 2011

Gamblers &amp; Gunfighters~Heritage Trails Marker

The plaque reads:In the 1880s, Fort Worth, “the queen city of the prairies,” was home to good hotels, restaurants, theaters, banks, 60 saloons and nine churches. Patrons dined at the elegant White...
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Nov 06, 2011

Top Hotels in Fort Worth

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109 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, Texas, 76106, United States
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1300 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, United States
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200 Main St, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, United States
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600 Commerce St, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, United States
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5900 Cityview Blvd, (formerly AmeriSuites), Fort Worth, Texas, 76132, United States
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815 Main Street, (formerly Radisson Plaza), Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, United States
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Top Things to Do in Fort Worth

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Stockyards Historic District

I wish I would have allowed more time to spend in the National Historic District of Fort Worth Stockyards because there was so much to see and do and a real look at what old western USA life and times...
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Botanic Garden

Beautiful design and excellent upkeep make this a place to visit year around for a relaxing stroll. The concerts in the garden every summer that include a fireworks show at the end are well planned...
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Fort Worth Zoo

Small but nice collection of animals, manageble size. The DFW area is blessed with two decent zoos, I personally like this one a little better but probably mostly because traffic is so much easier to...
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Sundance Square

Sundance Square, named after the Sundance Kid, is the name of a square in central downtown Fort Worth, and also the name of the larger 35 block neighborhood surrounding the square. This area is...
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Bass Performance Hall

Our first opportunity to experience a performance at BASS HALL was to see the semi-staged version of SHOW BOAT for our anniversary. Since then, we've enjoyed many classic concerts presented by the...
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Stockyard Station

This is a great way to entertain family, friends, and the kids at the Stockyards. It is fun to take a old fashion carriage or stagecoach around the Stockyards. It is very educational and it is a great...
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"Keeweechic's Fort Worth"
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"The Real Texas"
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