- TripBuzz found 241 things to do with kids in or near Fort Worth, Texas, including 216 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Arlington, Grapevine, Irving and Grand Prairie.
- From Fort Worth Zoo to Burger's Lake, the Fort Worth area offers 98 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, History Museums and Botanical Gardens.
- With a population of over 790,000, Fort Worth, TX is the 17th largest city in all of the United States. Whether visitors are interested in music, dancing, food, sports, or art, they will find something to enjoy in Fort Worth with the Kimbell Art Museum, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, and a game from the TCU Horned Frogs.
National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum 3400 Mt. Vernon Ave., Fort Worth, TX MoreLess Info
Museum aiming to tell a more complex story of the American West, celebrating the contributions of people of color as well as Europeans
The oldest zoo in Texas opened in 1909, the Fort Worth Zoo, is home to 556 species of animals from all over the world. Over 1 million visitors per year enjoy the Africa, Asia, Australian, and Raptor Canyon exhibits.
Within a 30-acre park, Burger's Lake features a one acre spring-fed lake for swimming. The facilities at the site include two sandy beaches, a complete staff of certified life guards, over 300 picnic tables, a 20-foot slide, and six diving boards.
Fans of both NASCAR and Indy-style racing will find what they're looking for at Texas Motor Speedway, host to a calendar of annual racing events. Take a tour of the 150 000-seat venue, including high speed laps of the track in the Speedway's tour van.
Fort Worth's Omni Theater offers a distinctive movie watching experience. The theater features a huge IMAX screen with a 180 degree screen, and screens a variety of films, including documentaries and popular releases.
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760 Jim Wright Freeway North, Fort Worth, TX 76108 MoreLess Info
Known for its collection of military artifacts dating to the Civil War, the Texas Civil War Museum also houses an extensive variety of domestic items, including the Judy Richey Victorian Dress Collection, with over 300 dresses and articles of children's clothing from the Victorian era.
Log Cabin Village is a living history museum housed in seven cabins and a one-room schoolhouse circa the mid-1800s that were relocated to their present site and restored. Learn about 19th Century frontier history with a guided tour.
A remarkable downtown oasis, the Fort Worth Water Gardens, provide an area for visitors to relax and enjoy the wonder of fountains and waterfalls. There are areas to sit and reflect, or stretch your legs and climb the steps in and around the water attractions.