Fort Worth is in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. With a population of over 800,000, it is Texas' 5th largest city. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, which has a population exceeding 7 million. Sometimes referred to as Cowtown, it is by far closer to its cowboy roots than neighboring Dallas.
Fort Worth grew from a military camp established at the close of the Mexican War by Gen. Winfield Scott. The camp was named for Gen. William Jenkins Worth who fought in the war. Forty-two men of Company F, 2nd Dragoons, established the camp on 6 June 1849 on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River.
The Fort Worth to Yuma, Arizona, stage line was established in 1850. The city became the seat of Tarrant County in 1860. After the Civil War, it became a major shipping and supply depot for cattlemen along the legendary Chisholm Trail, the dusty path on which millions of cattle were driven north to market. Today, Fort Worth still embraces its Western heritage and traditional architecture and design. Fort Worth's downtown is also known as "Hell's Half Acre" because of the shootouts in the historic area where the saloons and hotels once were located.
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Being in the American South, Fort Worth has a subtropical climate with mild winters, hot summers, and a very wet spring and fall in between. In winter and summer it can also be a very dry place, as it receives warmer, drier weather from the Mojave Desert in the west and the Great Plains in the north.
Winters are generally mild, with average highs in the 50s and 60s (10-20ºC) and average lows around the freezing mark. It does snow in Fort Worth a couple times a year, and there is the rare day where temperatures will not get out of the 30s (0-5ºC), but for the most part winter is just relatively dry and cool. There is, however, the danger of freezing rain and ice storms.
Spring and fall bring very pleasant temperatures, but spring is also known for its storms. With Fort Worth lying within Tornado Alley, springtime weather can be quite volatile and severe storms often occur. Summers are hot and dry, with temperatures often surpassing 100*F (38ºC).
Average rainfall in Fort Worth is 37.1 inches (942.3 mm) per year, and average snowfall is about 2.5 inches (63.5 mm) per year.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Terminals
|| American, American Eagle/Envoy
|| American (International & Domestic), Aeromexico, Avianca, Cayman Airways, British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, KLM, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Sun Country, Viva Aerobus, Volaris
All international arrivals are processed for US Immigration & Customs at Terminal D. ,
||Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, Delta, Frontier, Jetblue, Spirit, United/United Express, WestJet
All the major American carriers (with the exception of Southwest Airlines), and many international ones as well, provide scheduled passenger service into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (IATA: DFW) , located exactly 17 miles from downtown Fort Worth. This airport serves as the headquarters and one of three major hubs for American Airlines, and served by a total of 24 domestic and international air carriers including Avianca, Lufthansa, Qantas, Japan Airlines, British Airways, and Emirates among others.
As an alternative visitors can also choose to fly to Dallas Love Field (IATA: DAL)  which is a smaller airport that is a primary hub for Southwest Airlines (other airlines such as Virgin America and Delta fly there as well). However Love Field is much further away from Fort Worth than Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Air charter companies such as Monarch Air Group , Mercury Jets  fly a variety of private charter aircraft and jets, from charter luxury Gulfstream's down to economical piston twins for small groups and individuals.
Amtrak's  Texas Eagle provides daily service between Chicago, Illinois and San Antonio, Texas with stops in Fort Worth and Dallas. Also, Amtrak's Heartland Flyer  provides daily service between Fort Worth and Oklahoma City, and points in between. Woefully underfunded, passenger train service in the United States is a slow but scenic way to travel, if you aren't too concerned about arriving on time (see United_States#By_train).
TRE (Trinity Railway Express) is a commuter train between Downtown Dallas and Downtown Fort Worth. It runs daily (except on Sunday). See here for the schedule.
Fort Worth may be easily reached via I-20 or I-30 from the east or west, or by I-35W from the north or south. I-35 splits into two branches north of the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area, the west branch going to Fort Worth and the east branch (I-35E) to Dallas. The branches rejoin to the south.
Car Rental Companies include:
- Alamo Rent A Car, Toll free: 1-800-462-5266, .
- Avis Rent A Car, Toll free: 1-800-331-1212, .
- Budget Rent A Car, Toll free: 1-800-527-0700, .
- Dollar Rent A Car, Toll free: 1-800-800-3665, .
- E-Z Rent-A-Car, Toll free: 1-800-277-5171, .
- Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Toll free: 1-800-261-7331, .
- Hertz Car Rental, Toll free: 1-800-654-3131, ].
- Thrifty, Toll free: 1-800-847-4389, .
- DFW Elite Auto Rental, 817-838-7368, .
- Greyhound, . Bus stop is near the center of downtown at 1001 Jones St. Also, subsidiaries of Greyhound, such as TNM&O serve as the regional carrier.
- Megabus, . Service from Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Memphis, and Little Rock. Bus stop is located at 710 Davis St in Grand Prairie. Fares from $1 and up.
- Autobus Americanos, . Mexican trans-border bus line with services to various points in Mexico. Bus stop is located at 5215 McCart in Fort Worth.
- Turimex Internacional, . Mexican trans-border bus line with services to various points in Mexico. Bus stop is located at 3620 Hemphill St.
Buses and trains link many areas of town over mid-range distances. Trinity Rail Express has commuter train service between downtown Fort Worth, DFW Airport and downtown Dallas. Service is Monday through Saturday. No scheduled services on Sundays and most major holidays..
Trinity Metro is the local transit authority, it has several bus routes to places such as the Cultural District, TCU, Near South Side, Camp Bowie Blvd and the Stockyards, see  for more information on the routes.
Molly the Trolley bus service provides local public transportation in areas like downtown Fort Worth, the Historic Stockyards, and to Sundance Square during lunchtime. Hours of operation vary by route. 
Fort Worth B-cycle is the local bike sharing program with plenty of bikes for rent with 43 bicycle renting stations located through out Downtown, the Cultural District, Near Southside, TCU, the Stockyards and the Trinity Trails. See  for more information on the cost and the location of bike stations.
- Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. 817-332-8451  A collection of artwork that ranges from 3000 BC to the mid-1900's. Although the collection is small, it boasts such big names as Matisse, Goya, Mondrian and Picasso, among others. The museum building itself is a highlight of architectural modernism, designed by American architect Louis Kahn.
- Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St. 817-738-9215  The museum, located in an imposing, appropriately modern building, houses a large permanent collection and hosts many important traveling exhibitions. The building was designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
- Amon Carter Museum 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. 817-738-1933  Extensive collection of American art and photography featuring many works by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell.
- National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame 1720 Gendy St. 817-336-4475.  Museum and association which honors women of the American West who have displayed courage or spirit and who have distinguished themselves while exemplifying the pioneer spirit.
- National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum 3400 Mount Vernon Ave. 817-534-8801. Highlights the historical influence of non-White cowboys in Texas.
- C.R. Smith Aviation Museum 4601 Hwy. 360 817-967-1560  All you could ever want to know about the history of American Airlines. Great for kids, as it includes hands-on, interactive exhibits.
- Stockyards Museum 131 E. Exchange Ave 817-625-5082 Located in the 1902 Livestock Exchange Building, this museum showcases the history of Fort Worth.
- Fort Worth Museum of Science and History 1600 Gendy St. 817-255-9300  Exit Montgomery on 1-30 and head north Family based hands on science and history museum, boasts traveling exhibits and the Omni-imax theater.
- Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame 128 Exchange Ave., Historic Barn A 817-626-7131  pays tribute to the cowboys and cowgirls who have excelled in the sports of rodeo, cutting, and ranching, and those individuals who have dedicated their lives to promoting and preserving Texas Western heritage.
- Sid Richardson Museum 309 Main Street 817-332-6554  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 Charles M. Russell. Free admission.
Sid Richardson Museum of Fort Worth located in Sundance Square
- Sundance Square,  is 20 blocks of shops, bars & restaurants, brick-paved sidewalks and historic buildings. Well lit and popular with tourists and locals, Sundance Square is frequently the center for outdoor events such as concerts and art festivals.
- Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce Street, 817-212-4200,  is known for its magnificent architecture and extraordinary acoustics. It's home to the Fort Worth Opera, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Texas Ballet Theater, various Broadway shows, and performers.
- Fort Worth Stockyards,  Just north of the downtown area is the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, where you'll find Texas style nightlife at bars like Billy Bob's. It's also home to a weekly rodeo. Held every Friday and Saturday evening, and billed as the "World's First Indoor Rodeo," it attracts competitors from around the country . It's also home to Riscky's Barbeque, considered by locals to be the best barbeque in the area.
- Billy Bob's Texas, 2520 Rodeo Plaza, 817-624-7117,  has been voted country music's club of the year 11 times, hosts the biggest names in the business every weekend, and has live bull-riding shows on Friday and Saturday nights.
- Fort Worth Zoo, 1989 Colonial Parkway, 817-759-7555,  Open M-F 10AM-5PM and Sa,Su 10AM-6PM, is home to more than 7,000 native and exotic animals and several indoor and outdoor exhibits. Admission: $7.00 to $10.50. (Wednesdays are half-price)
- Fort Worth Botanic Gardens, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., 817-871-7686,  is home to more than 2,500 species of plants in its 23 specialty gardens. Admission: Free, Japanese garden $3.
- Bureau of Engraving and Printing, , 900 Blue Mound Road, (817) 231-4000, Open T–F 8:30 – 4:30, offers a free tour where visitors can see U.S. paper currency being printed from start to finish. Also available are historical exhibits and gift shop.
- Vast green parks and surrounding network of major lakes offer abundant opportunities for water sports and outdoor recreation. Burnett Park at Lamar and Texas Sts., on land donated by cattle baron Samuel Burk Burnett, features sculptures, pools, and granite walkways.
- MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival, , ranked 8th in the country by the Art Fair Source Book and the Harris List, and number one in Texas, celebrates its 21st year on April 20 - 23, 2006. MAIN ST., presented by Coors Light and produced by Downtown Fort Worth, Inc., hosts tens of thousands of people annually during the four-day visual arts, entertainment and cultural event. MAIN ST. showcases a nationally recognized fine art and fine craft juried art fair, live concerts, performance artists and street performers on the streets of downtown Fort Worth-stretching nine blocks on Main Street from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center. (Free)
- Sundance Square Parade of Lights, . Late November. Watch colorful illuminated floats, beautiful antique cars, marching bands, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages and a cast of delightful characters dressed in their holiday best. The unforgettable parade and an annual visit from Santa Claus and his elves will make the Sundance Square Parade of Lights a fun-filled holiday experience for the entire family! Free.
- The TCU Horned Frogs , the sports teams representing Texas Christian University, have successfully branded themselves in recent years as "Fort Worth's team". The Frogs are best known for their football program, a rising national power in the first part of this century. TCU joined the Big 12 Conference in 2012, reuniting the Frogs with many old rivals from the defunct Southwest Conference. Most of TCU's athletic venues are on campus, with the best-known being Amon G. Carter Stadium (football) and Daniel–Meyer Coliseum (basketball).
- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 
- Tarrant County College  Community college with multiple locations
- Texas A&M University School of Law 
- Texas Christian University  Private university with undergraduate and graduate programs
- Texas Wesleyan University  Private university with undergraduate and graduate programs
- University of North Texas Health Science Center  Graduate school with programs in health sciences
- Angelo's BBQ, 2533 White Settlement Rd, ☎ +1 817 332-0357, . Mon - Sat, 11:00A - 10:00P.. Tied with Railhead (below) for the best barbeque in the southwest. A Fort Worth classic. This is in an old wooden barn, which adds a great atmosphere to the dining experience. The pork ribs were very tasty and the large cold beers were particularly nice. They actually barbeque on premises which some of the other place don't. It's about a 5 minute drive out of the downtown area. edit
- Cannon Chinese Kitchen, 304 W Cannon St, ☎ (817) 238-3726, . Chinese restaurant known for their dumplings and fried rice. edit
- Chadra Mezza & Grill, 1622 Park Place Ave, ☎ +1 817 924-2372, . Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurant known for their huge portions. edit
- Railhead Smokehouse, 2900 Montgomery St, ☎ +1 817 738-9808, . Mon-Sat 11a-9p. Tied with Angelo's for the best BBQ in the southwest. edit
- Fuzzy's Taco Shop, Two locations: 2917 W Berry and 2719 Race St, . M-W 10:30a-12a, Th 10:30a-1a, Fr-Sa 10:30a-3a, Su 10:30a-8p. Excellent taco dive - lots of food for cheap, great fish tacos, late hours, cheap drinks, all without leaving the affluent TCU area. edit
- Kincaid's, Two locations: 4901 Camp Bowie Blvd and 4825 Overton Ridge Blvd, . Mon-Sat 11a-6p. Texas's (perhaps America's) best burgers. Original Camp Bowie location is in a kitschy old grocery story. edit
- Mi Cocinita, 3509 1/2 Bryan Ave, ☎ +1 817 923-0033. Mon-Fri, 10:30A-3:00P. Nestled in a backyard in the middle of a residential neighborhood, Mi Cocinita offers one of the most authentic Mexican dining experiences in Fort Worth. Cash only. BYOB. edit
- Le’s Wok, 812 W Rosedale, ☎ +1 817 336-6632, . Authentic Chinese/Vietnamese restaurant located inside a convenience store. edit
- Opah Mediterranean Cafe, 2708 W 7th St, ☎ +1 817 334-0888. A great place for Greek take out. edit
- Pho & Grill, 4938 Overton Ridge Blvd, ☎ +1 817 292-3311, . Vietnamese restaurant known for their pho and bubble tea. edit
- Sana, 6248 Rufe Snow Dr, ☎ +1 817 503-7000, . Restaurant specializing in Indian and Pakistani cuisine. edit
- Salsa Limón Museo, 929 University Dr, ☎ +1 817 820-0680, . Take out Mexican restaurant known for their barbacoa and breakfast tacos. edit
- The Love Shack 110 Exchange Ave.(In The Stockyards)+1 817 740-8812. Hours: Sun-Tues: 11-9, Wed-Th: 11-10, Fri-Sat:11-11. Excellent Unique Hamburger created my celebrity Ft. Worth chef, Tim Love. Daily Flavored Milk Shakes. Live music. (Possible Cover Charge on Weekends) Cash Only.
- Bavarian Bakery and Cafe, 3000 SE Loop 820, ☎ +1 817 551-1150, . Authentic German Cuisine. edit
- Nonna Tata, 1400 W. Magnolia Avenue. Lunch Tue-Th 11a-3p, Dinner Mon-Thu 5:30p-9p, Fri 5:30p-10p. Certainly one of Fort Worth's smallest restaurants, Nonna Tata is also one of its best. With only 21 seats indoors and another 30 outdoors, the restaurant fills up early and often develops long waits on weekends. Absolutely amazing authentic Italian food, with a menu that changes weekly and amiable service. BYOB, cash only, no reservations. $15-30. edit
- Central Market, 4651 West Freeway, ☎ +1 817 989-4700, . 7a-9p Daily. DFW's best gourmet grocery also has a formidable cafe attached, with amazing, huge custom sandwiches, cheap and great pizzas and international noodle dishes made for you, a mind-boggling prepared food section and $15 meals for two bagged and ready to go. Any kind of food you could want, done extremely well, for grocery story prices, plus a generous selection of wine and beer. $5-15. edit
- Chef Point Cafe, 5901 Watauga Rd., ☎ +1 817 656-0080, . Mo-Th 11a-9p, Sat 7a-10p, Sun 11a-8p. Fine dining in a Conoco station. edit
- Fred's Texas Cafe, 915 Currie Street, ☎ +1 817 332-0083, . Mon-Sat 10a-Midnight, Sunday Brunch. The "Outlaw Chef" cooks genuine Southern/Texican food in one of the most unique and exciting ways you'll find in Fort Worth. Super laid-back setting, with genuine Texas food and genuine Texas music. Happy hour before 6 and whenever it's raining. $8-12. edit
- Hunter Brothers' H3 Ranch, 109 E Exchange Ave, ☎ +1 817 624-1246, . For the cowboy tourist. A strong cowtown theme predominates in this Stockyards-area steakhouse. Come for the atmosphere first, the food second. $18-30. edit
- Joe T. Garcia's, 2201 N. Commerce St., ☎ +1 817 626-4356, . A Fort Worth legend, dine family style in a large converted mansion or in its beautiful expansive gardens with lush vegetation and calming pools; choose from one of two menu options nightly. There is frequently a line around the block in good weather, so arrive early or be prepared to wait. Great margaritas. Cash only (ATM on site). edit
- La Familia, 841 Foch St., ☎ 1+ 817-870-2002, . M-F 11am-10pm, Sat 10am-10pm, Closed Sunday. Mexican restaurant locally renowned for their excellent Tex-Mex and friendly owner (Al) and staff. edit
- King Tut, 1512 West Magnolia Ave., ☎ +1 817-335-3051. M-F 11-2 & 5-9, Sat 5-9, Closed Sunday. Egyptian Restaurant with excellent Middle Eastern cuisine. edit
- Piranah Killer Sushi, 335 W 3rd St., ☎ +1 817 438-0206, . The best sushi in Fort Worth, downtown. edit
- Spiral Diner, 1314 W. Magnolia, ☎ +1 817 3-EatVeg, . Tue-Sat 11A-10P, Sun 11A-5P. The only strictly vegan restaurant in Fort Worth, Spiral Diner has an eclectic menu that will not let you down on taste. One of Fort Worth's finest restaurants regardless of dietary restriction. edit
- Uncle Julio's, 5301 Camp Bowie Blvd, ☎ +1 817 377-2777, . Excellent and diverse Tex-Mex menu, friendly staff, decent happy hour before 6pm. $8-$30. edit
- Bonnell's, 4259 Bryant Irvin Road, ☎ +1 817 738 5489, . Lunch Tue-Fri 11a-2:30p, Dinner Tue-Sat 5:30p-9:30p. Award-winning chef Jon Bonnell's southwest-themed masterpiece. edit
- Del Frisco's Steakhouse, 812 Main Street, ☎ +1 817 877-3999, . M-Th 5-10pm; F-Sat 5-11pm; Sun. 5-9pm. One of the finest steakhouses in the world, with an excellent wine list. It is, however, extremely expensive, and you will have to wait a little while even if you have a reservation. Don't come here for anything other than steak, but if you are looking for steak, it is hard to beat. $50+. edit
- Reata Restaurant, 310 Houston St, ☎ +1 817 336-1009, . Lunch 11:30a-2:30p, Dinner 5p to 10:30p daily. One of the most widely acclaimed restaurants in Texas, and one of the first to bring "Cowboy cuisine" to the forefront of the refined American palate. Online reservation system. edit
- Sapristi, 2418 Forest Park, ☎ +1 817 924 7231, . Dinner Tue-Sat, Brunch Sun. Eclectic Continental fare makes for some of the best dining in Fort Worth. edit
- Saint-Emilion, 3617 W 7th St, ☎ +1 817 737-2781. Tue-Sat 6p-9p. The best French country food in Fort Worth, and a cozy dining experience. $25-$50. edit
- Vidalia's, 222 Main St., ☎ +1 817 210-2222. 6am-10pm Daily. Located inside the Renaissance Worthington, this high-end establishment fuses traditional upscale Southern and Cowboy cuisine in a remarkably low-key fine dining establishment. edit
- J&J Blues Bar, 937 Woodward St, (817) 870-2337, For the real Texas experience, this place is amazing. Live music and good energy.
- The Ginger Man, 3716 Camp Bowie Boulevard, . Extremely laid-back beer pub with around 70 beers on tap and well over a hundred in bottles. Decent prices, Large indoor and outdoor seating area, and you can actually relax and have a conversation with friends without shouting. edit
- Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, 111 E 4th St., Phone: +1 817 336-7468, . The gameroom offers a place to play a game of pool, chess or darts. The shiny, faux-rock floor throughout is enhanced by the vast collection of vintage dinnerware adorning every wall. They have the largest selection of beer (225 varieties) around. Menu selections include Creamy Beer Cheese Soup, the Build-Your-Own Sausage and Cheese Plate, spicy sausage quesadillas and traditional bratwurst with German potato salad.
- Chat Room Pub (The Chat), 1263 West Magnolia, . 3 PM - 2 AM. Phone: +1 817 922-8319 Good drink selection in a chilled atmosphere. (32.730938371422496,-97.33916759490967) edit
- The Usual, 1408 W. Magnolia Ave., (817) 810-0114,  A high-end craft cocktail bar popular with the hip Magnolia Avenue set. A somewhat mixed, gay-friendly spot with very modern decor and a nice but small patio out back. This is the place to go for expensive but very well-mixed takes on the classics, and an inspired cocktail menu. Try the Montpelier, which mixes bourbon, smoked maple syrup, Jamaican rum, and Italian vermouth.
- Thompson's, 900 Houston St, ☎ (817) 882-8003, . Speakeasy and cocktail bar. edit
- La Quinta Inn & Suites Ft. Worth/Forest Hill, 3346 Forest Hill Cirlce; Forest Hill, TX 76140 (On I-20 between Hwy 287 and I-35), ☎ 817-293-5800. checkin: 03:00pm; checkout: 12:00pm. This 71 room hotel is 100% smoke free new property with indoor pool, free WiFi, 24-hours Business Center, Fitness Center, Mid-size meeting room, Pet Friendly, offers free La Quinta Bright Side Breakfast. 79.00 and up. edit
- Motel 6 Ft Worth East, 1236 Oakland Boulevard, +1 817 834-7361, Fax: +1 817 834-1573, . Budget accommodations at a budget price. Don't expect luxury, but it's a clean place to sleep. Other locations:
- Motel 6 Ft Worth North, 3271 I-35W, +1 817 625-4359, Fax: +1 817 625-8256, .
- Motel 6 Ft Worth South, 6600 South Freeway, +1 817 293-8595, Fax: +1 817 293-8577, .
- Motel 6 Ft Worth West, 8701 I-30 West, +1 817 244-9740, Fax: +1 817 244-1697, .
- TownePlace Suites Fort Worth Downtown, 805 East Belknap Street, ☎ 1-817-332-6300, . This all-suite, extended stay hotel is near the Fort Worth Convention Center, Sundance Square and the Stockyards. edit
- AmeriSuites Fort Worth, 5900 Cityview Blvd, +1 817 361-9797, . Another chain hotel, but more upscale than Motel 6. Located in southwest Fort Worth just nine miles south of downtown Fort Worth.
- Comfort Suites DFW Airport, 4700 W. John Carpenter Fwy, +1 972 929-9097, . This mid-range chain hotel is centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, near the DFW International Airport.
- Courtyard Fort Worth Downtown, 601 Main Street, ☎ 8178858700, . Four blocks from the Convention Center and ten minutes from the restaurants and shops of the famous Fort Worth Stockyards. Renovated rooms with modern amenities. $209-$249. edit
- Courtyard Fort Worth Fossil Creek, 3751 NE Loop 820, ☎ 8178470044, . Intersection of the 35W and 820 freeways, close to the Fort Worth Stockyards, Fort Worth Zoo and the Six Flags Over Texas Amusement Park. Also near Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and the Cowboys Texas Stadium. $109-$119. edit
- Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Worth-Fossil Creek, 3850 Sandshell Dr., ☎ +1-817-439-8300 (””, fax: Fax number), . This 77 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 1,690 sq. ft. of meeting space. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi, as well as free shuttle service to and from the Fort Worth Stockyards on weekends. It is located right off I-35W and I-820 on the north side of Fort Worth. edit
- Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Worth-West-I-30, 2700 Green Oaks Rd., ☎ +1-817-732-8585, . This 105 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 1,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi, and are located off I-30 in the Fort Worth Business District. edit
- Hampton Inn Ft. Worth - Southwest I-20, 4799 SW Loop 820, ☎ +1-817-346-7845, . This 79 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, and 24-hour business center. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi. It is located just off I-20, and is adjacent to the Hulen Mall. edit
- Hampton Inn & Suites N. Ft. Worth-Alliance Airport, 13600 North Fwy., ☎ +1-817-439-0400, . This 102 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and a boardroom for meetings. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi, and are located in the Alliance corridor, one mile from the airport. edit
- Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Worth/Forest Hill, 6555 Park Brook, ☎ +1-817-551-7775, . This 80 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 900 sq. ft. of meeting space. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi, and are located on Interstate 20 on the southeast corner of Fort Worth. edit
- Hampton Inn & Suites Ft. Worth-Burleson, 13251 Jake Ct., ☎ Phone, . This 88 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 900 sq. ft. of meeting space. They offer free hot breakfast and WiFi, and are located just south of Fort Worth. edit
- Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth Alliance Airport, 2600 WestPort Pkwy., ☎ +1-817-562-3047, . This 98 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 2,400 sq. ft. of meeting space, and free WiFi. The on-site Great American Grill restaurant serves cooked-to-order breakfast and dinner in a relaxed atmosphere, and also offers evening room service and catering. It is located off I-35 in North Fort Worth, one mile from the Alliance Airport. edit
- Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth Medical Center, 912 Northton Street, ☎ +1-817-921-0788, . Conveniently located on I-30, minutes from Texas Christian University, and near the Fort Worth Stockyards and Fort Worth Zoo in downtown Fort Worth. This south Fort Worth hotel is situated in the Medical Center campus. Relax at our hotel knowing everything you need to stay productive and comfortable is here. Great amenities such as complimentary WiFi and versatile meeting space with the latest A/V equipment make business easy and the indoor pool will keep the family entertained while away from home. edit
- Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth/Fossil Creek, 4400 North Fwy., ☎ +1-817-817-222-0222, . This 98 room hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 1,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, and free WiFi. The on-site Great American Grill restaurant serves cooked-to-order breakfast and dinner in a relaxed atmosphere, and also offers evening room service and catering. It is located in Mercantile Business Park off I-35W just south of Loop I-820. edit
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Worth West at Cityview, 6350 Overton Ridge Blvd., ☎ +1-817-585-1160, . This 98 room extended stay, all-suite hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and 1,250 sq. ft. of meeting space. They offer complimentary hot breakfast, WiFi, and grocery shopping service, and are located in the Fort Worth Cityview area, at the intersection of Bryant Irvin and I-20. There are over 300 retail and dining options within a one mile radius of the hotel. edit
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Ft. Worth-North at Fossil Creek, 3701 Tanacross Drive, ☎ +1-817-834-7400, . Our all-suite hotel is nestled in the Fossil Creek Business Park. This all-suite hotel has a pool, 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center, and offers complimentary hot breakfast, WiFi, and grocery shopping service. Enjoy fully equipped kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas, providing extra comfort during extended stays. Our business center and versatile event spaces can enhance productivity on business trips. edit
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Worth - Medical Center, 2200 Charlie Lane, ☎ +1-817-921-0202, . Set on the corner of Rosedale and Forest Park, just off I-30, our hotel is only minutes from bustling downtown Fort Worth. This cozy, extended stay hotel in Fort Worth is ideal for both business and leisure guests, offering easy access to Texas Christian University and Cook Children’s Medical Center. Feel at home in a spacious studio or one-bedroom suite offering a separate living area, fully-equipped kitchen, spacious work desk and complimentary WiFi access. edit
- Radisson Fort Worth South, 100 East Alta Mesa Blvd, +1 817 293-3088. Located just five miles from Downtown Fort Worth and eighteen miles from DFW international airport. Three star hotel with amenities including indoor heated pool, restaurant, lounge, room service, fitness room, and business center.
- Residence Inn Fort Worth Cultural District, 2500 Museum Way Fort Worth, Texas 76107 USA, ☎ 1-817-885-8250, . This hotel is located near the Stockyards, Sundance Square, Will Rogers Center and museums such as the Kimbell, Modern Art and Amon Carter museums. edit
- Sheraton Fort Worth, 1701 Commerce Street, +1 817 335-7000. . The downtown Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa is ideally situated across the street from the Fort Worth Convention Center and within walking distance of Sundance Square, restaurants and entertainment. Whether you choose to explore the historic Stockyards or spend the day in the Arts District, Fort Worth has it all.
- The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel, 200 Main Street, +1-817-870-1000, . Near the Stockyards is just 17 miles, and is the city's only 4-Diamond hotel, since opening in 1981.
- Courtyard Fort Worth University Drive, 3150 Riverfront Drive, +1-817-335-1300, . Near Texas Christian University and minutes away from the campus and TCU football stadium, the extraordinary Fort Worth Zoo, and the Botanic Garden. The new state of the art lobby provides flexible spaces, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, easy access to the latest news and weather conditions via our GoBoard, and The Bistro - Eat. Drink.Connect. - which provides healthy food and beverage offerings.
- Courtyard Fort Worth Downtown/Blackstone, 601 Main Street, +1-817-885-8700, . Located in Sundance Square in Fort Worth Texas our hotel is just four blocks from the Convention Center, and ten minutes from the restaurants and shops of the famous Fort Worth Stockyards. Business Travels experience a convenient location as well as added amenities including evening cocktail hours, room service from our own Corner Bakery Café, and large work stations with high-speed internet access.
- The Ashton, 610 Main St, ☎ +1 817 332-0100, . Well-liked luxury hotel in a renovated historical building. Very helpful, attentive staff. $250. edit
- Embassy Suites Fort Worth - Downtown, 600 Commerce Street, ☎ +1 817 332-6900, . The only all-suite hotel in the heart of Sundance Square Plaza. Choose from 156 well-decorated suites and expect facilities for both business and leisure travelers. Start the day with a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast at this Embassy Suites hotel in Downtown Fort Worth. Return home each evening to the complimentary Evening Reception*, serving cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Enjoy complimentary WiFi and wired internet access throughout this hotel. edit
- Hilton Fort Worth, 815 Main Street, ☎ +1 817 870-2100, . Hilton Fort Worth is located in downtown Fort Worth, TX. This elegant historic landmark hotel places guests just a few yards from Sundance Square. Stroll easily to seasonal outdoor concerts or a nearby restaurant and admire this well-kept neighborhood. This hotel offers business services and complimentary WiFi in all rooms for your convenience. $95. edit
- Renaissance Worthington, 200 Main St, ☎ +1 817 870-1000. Popular 4-star hotel with all the expected amenities. Especially well-regarded for efficient yet friendly staff. $199. edit
- The Texas White House, 1417 Eighth Avenue (1.5 miles southwest of downtown by residential streets), ☎ +1 817-923-3597 ([email protected], fax: +1 817-923-0410), . Historical, award-winning bed and breakfast with luxury amenities $125.00-$235.00. edit
- MD Resort ~ A Bed & Breakfast Style Guest Ranch, 601 Old Base RD (25 min NW of downtown Fort Worth), ☎ +1 817-489-5150 ([email protected], fax: +1 817-489-5036), . Get away and relax in the country! Trees, animals, lots of things to do inside and out and lots of privacy. $127.00-$297. edit
- Omni Fort Worth Hotel, 1300 Houson Street, ☎ +1 817-535-6664 (fax: +1 Fax: 817-882-8140), . Conveniently located in the heart of Fort Worth’s exciting downtown, the hotel is adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center and within walking distance from the city’s cultural centers, restaurants and nightlife. (32.7483333333,-97.3280555556) edit
Lockheed Martin Plant
Options ideal for travel to the Lockheed Martin Aeronautics plant: 200 N Grants Ln, adjacent to the Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base (JRB, formerly Carswell Air Force Base):
- Courtyard Fort Worth University Drive, 2150 Riverfront Drive, phone:817-335-1300,Courtyard Fort Worth University hotel provides greater flexibility and choices for guests., located 7.6 miles from plant.
- Hampton Inn, 2700 S Cherry Lane, phone: 817.560.4180, Clean, good breakfast buffet, located 2.0 miles from plant.
- Holiday Inn Express, 2730 Cherry Lane, phone: 817.560.4200, located 2.0 miles from plant.
- Residence Inn by Marriott, 1701 S University Dr, phone: 817.870.1011, Great location off University Drive adjacent to Trinity Park, adjacent to river front walking path, located approximately 7.2 miles from plant.
- Spring Hill Suites, 3250 Lovell Ave, phone: 817.878.2554, Located off University Drive approximately 6.8 miles from plant.
- TownePlace Suites, 4200 International Plaza, phone:817.732.2224, Located in one of the most unique parts of Fort Worth approximately 7.3 miles from plant.
Good cellular phone coverage by all major providers is available throughout the city and all major roadways. Internet hot-spots are available at most Starbucks Coffee locations, DFW Airport, and FedEx offices.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram .
As with any other large city, be vigilant and aware of your surroundings in Fort Worth. Make sure you lock your car and hide any valuables inside. The city's central arts and entertainment district is well policed. The city's freeways can be quite dangerous if you are not accustomed to driving in such high volumes of rapidly moving traffic; keep this in mind when you are planning a trip.
The places to avoid after dark are East Side, Southeast Side(especially Stop Six), the Como neighborhood, and the Trails/Calmont neighborhood. All these places have a high rate of gun crimes from armed robberies to shootings.
The Stockyards Bar and Club District gets rowdy on Friday and Saturday nights but the night life at Sundance Square in Downtown is usually more laid back.
- 24 Hour Fitness  and LA Fitness  have multiple locations throughout the nation and the Dallas-Ft Worth metroplex area. If you have a current membership with either of these gyms in another locality, your membership may be good here depending on your membership status (which can also be good only in one location for a lower membership rate). Otherwise day passes are available from $10 - $20. Bring a lock and towel.
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