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All reviews cattle drive longhorn cattle old west the main street long horns steak western wear gun fight lots of shops billy bobs stock yards mechanical bull cowboy boots cowboy hall of fame worth stockyards petting zoo walking tour
We stopped here to look at the shops and grab something to eat before going to the zoo. Our kids loved the mechanical bull ride and photos on the Longhorn. Cattle Drive was really cool. Definitely worth a stop.
This was totally awesome!!! Loved the king horned cattle. Their parade was gentle and the big fellows were managed with respect and care. Afterwards they’re available all day to check out. Great restaurants and yes tourist stuff in shops but different prices for each wallet....More
Hubby & I really enjoyed this touristy area. We took in the longhorn drive (twice a day, I believe) & checked out many of the restaurants and bars,and shopping, along the way. Parking appeared to be difficult, but we found it not too bad when...More
Walk around if you must- maybe pose on a live horse- fee of course
The main reason to come here is the twice daily cattle run- just like the old days.
One each in the morning and after noon
Expensive parking- none in the street
Enjoy the look and feel of Texas’ wilder days while walking down the brick streets of this lovely area. Souvenire shops have become kitchier over the years, but the daily cattle drive (11:30 am and 4 pm) remains authentic and fun for all ages. Good...More
I was expecting more history of the stockyards during there heyday. There were pictures and exhibits in places, but not the emphasis on the history of the area as you walked around. A lot of shops selling tourist trinkets and T-shirts, bars and restaurants. The...More