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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
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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
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Stockyards Historic District Tips (45)

Wow, lots to see and do!

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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TheTravelSlut
Mar 15, 2013

National Day of the Cowboy Celebration July 29, pm

The rich history of the Stockyards will be honored with the Cowboys who made Cowtown what it is today at the Celebration on July 29, Sun. front lawn of the Exchange Building, when the million Cowboys...
Rmlinnartz
Apr 04, 2011

Famous Stockyards!

Going to the stockyards is like going back in time. This is the way cattle farming and ranching was done back in the day. Today you can still see them work the cattle daily. Explore the shops, buy...
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TravelinFoodie
Feb 26, 2011

Stockyards National Historic District

Built in 1849 by Army Major Ripley Arnold and his troops as a outpost to protect settlers. By 1853 the frontier pushed west. Once the army abandon the fort it soon was taken up by settlers and become...
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Yaqui
Sep 12, 2010

Where the real cowboys are...

We were extremely lucky to make it in time to observe the march of the longhorns which was just amazing to witness. I couldn't decide if I wanted to take home a longhorn or one of the rough and rugged...
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starrlot
Jan 21, 2010

Stock Yards Lodge ~c.1908;1935

Over the years, this three story orange brick building has been the home for many tenants. It features a pressed metal cornice and elaborate brick work including some nice corbelled banding above the...
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Yaqui
Jul 17, 2009

Stanford Furniture Building ~c.1908

James F. Dill Grocery is the earliest known tenant of the building and the exact date of construction is not known. William T. Stanford moved in 1912 -1914 and operated his furniture business. You can...
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Yaqui
Jul 17, 2009

Cattle Drive

This might be a bit of a tourist trap but it's free and takes only a few minutes so if you find yourself in the Stockyard District at 11:30am or 4pm you might as well take a few minutes to see it....
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Dabs
Oct 05, 2008

Stockyard Historic District

After lunch, we headed to the Stockyard Historic District to have a look around, there are restaurants, shops and saloons up and down the street. We first headed to the Stockyard Station which is...
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Dabs
Oct 05, 2008

Longhorn Cattle Drive

If you are planning to visit the Historic Stockyards District, make sure you make plans to be there around 11:30 or 4pm daily. You will get the special treat of getting to see a live cattle drive when...
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ATXtraveler
Sep 28, 2008

World Famous Stockyards

During the middle of the 1800's the path between Texas and prime grazing country to the North was known as the Chisholm trail. When you look at a map of this path, Fort Worth naturally sticks out in...
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ATXtraveler
Sep 28, 2008

Free Early Texas Artist- Bull Ring-Stockyards

This Bull Ring -has a wooden picnic table on the sidewalk. It is a Restored old Saloon next door to White Elephant Saloon has one of the most extensive collections of early 1900s Texas art on the...
Rmlinnartz
Apr 10, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Stockyards Historic District

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Stockyards Museum

You must see the map on the wall. It is an aerial photograph of years gone by. It shows the stockyards which spreads for miles and miles. It truly is an amazing sight of how it used to be. You can...
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Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honors Texas men and women who have excelled in the sports of rodeo, cutting and the equine industry. A few of our Inductees includes: Trevor Brazile, Don Edwards, George...
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Billy Bob's Texas

I must say it was a REALLY hot Texas summers day and the thought of a cold beer was mentioned and nothing more had to be said..The thought of cold beer was overwhelming and cold beers were to be...
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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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Sid Richardson Collection

The Sid Richardson Museum, a Fort Worth art museum located in historic Sundance Square, features permanent and special exhibitions of paintings by the premier Western artists, Frederic Remington and...
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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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Getting to Stockyards Historic District

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130 E. Exchange Avenue

Hours

  • Sunday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Monday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Thursday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Friday 08:00 to 17:00
  • Saturday 08:00 to 17:00

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