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Log Cabin Village
Historic Sites, History Museums
Stockyards Museum
History Museums, Speciality Museums
Texas Civil War Museum
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#1 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
The Kimbell is the center of an amazing museum district, within strolling distance of two other renowned art museums (and architectural masterworks) in the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Fort Worth Wo...
We marvel at his ability to gather the remarkable collection of paintings, loaned from private collectors and museums throughout the world.
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#2 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
Located west of downtown in the Fort Worth Arts district near the Kimbell and Modern art museums, along with the Children's Science and the cowgirl museum and hall of fame, you can make a day of visiting museums s...
If you plan to visit the big 3 museums (Amon Carter, Kimbell and Modern Art) by public transport, you should visit the Amon Carter Museum first, which is at the top of a slope.
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#3 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
This, along with the Amon Carter Museum, provide the Visitor with a really great viewing opportunity for Western Art--if you're short on time, both of these World Class Museums can be visited in one day.
We visited several museums on our recent trip, but this was our favorite.
#4 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
Most Civil War museums that I have visited have some connection in its location to a Civil War battlefield, or to one of the significant towns that existed during the Civil War.
Unlike modern museums that are all technology where you go from tv screen to another tv screen, this is a real museum with real artifacts.
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#5 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
If you plan to visit all 3 museums (Amon Carter, Kimbell and Modern Art) by public transport, you should visit the Amon Carter Museum first, which is at the top of a slope.
:-) Plus they have a fabulous gift shop, and are immediately adjacent to two other wonderful museums: the Kimbell and the Amon Carter.
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#6 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
The guides are really knowledgeable in Texas history and provide local color and information that would be difficult to research elsewhere.... Great museum.....
I have been wanting to learn about Texas history and this museum was perfect!
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#7 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
One of the nicest museums I've ever seen, this hologram filled museum is a perfect way to kill a few afternoon hours.
Found in the cultural district rather than in the stockyards, this gem of a museum is both classy and really informative Take time to watch the holograms -fascinating
#8 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
This museum is run by volunteers ,and takes a small donation for the opportunity to see its contents.Great items and well displayed and they have a friendly dog on site to welcome you.
Small and cosy museum filled with lots of interesting memorabilia, from possessions of early immigrants and cowboy accessories to railway maps and high school photographs.
#9 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
As a plane enthuasist I wanted to visit as many museums as possible to listen to the history of aviation in the U.S. Has a lot of interactive things for the younger kids.
The museum includes many "hands-on" exhibits and depicts aviation history as well as the history of American Airlines.
#10 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
I’ve been to science museums in Portland OR, Shreveport LA, Orange CA, and Los Alamos NM.
National Cowgirl Museum is on the same grounds and other museums are also close.
#11 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
As a retired Marine Corps Infantry Officer and history enthusiast, I have had the privilege of visiting quite a few museums of this type all across the United States and abroad so my expectations are typically ver...
I went to Plano-TX for a few days and decided to visit as many flight museums as possible, finding four within 1-hour distance.
#12 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
I loved visiting this museum and would recommend espeically if you are from Fort Worth or ever visited Leonards or rode the subway.
A cool museum that is an accurate blast from the past of Fort Worth.
#13 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
From the cowboy artifacts to the wagons, this facility is two museums in one !
Besides highlighting the inductees of the Cowboy Hall of Fame, the museum showcases the tools cowboys used, vintage carts, carriages, and other memorabilia.
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#14 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
Outstanding museum inside
From the old floors, the architecture, the smells, the museum to the cows out back, this is a wonderful place to roam around in! The museum does close at 5:00, so do not be late!
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#15 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
The museum offers a lot of different aspects of aviation and its contribution to Fort Worth.
Enjoyed our visit to this aircraft museum.
#16 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
... Show, flea market) and Casa Manana Theater - all within a short walk of one another South of the Museums are the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens (free), Japanese Garden (admission fee), Log Cabin Village, and the...
Within a one-mile circle, you will find several world-class museums to please just about everyone including children, venues for plays and concerts (with a huge addition coming in 2019, the new Will Rogers arena),...
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#19 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
There is parking around the museum, but it is on Texas Christian University's campus, so most of that parking is decal controlled.
There is also geological and minerals displayed in the hallways around the museum.
#21 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
The museum was a delightful surprise; easy to get to, small but beautifully arranged and filled with stunning leatherwork of the highest caliber.
The museum primarily showcases the work of Al and Ann Stohlman.
#22 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
The museum also contains the paintings of the twelve apostles and Jesus.
What a nice little museum filled with Christian art.
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#23 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth
Museum quality pieces you can purchase.
#30 of 32 Museums in Fort Worth