“Where the West Begins”… Fort Worth is a big city that still feels like a small town. You never have to leave Fort Worth to enjoy an enormous range of experiences - from culture to cowboys. See priceless masterpieces in the world-renowned Cultural District museums. Explore Fort Worth’s roots in the Stockyards National Historic District. Shop and dine in the 35-block Sundance Square, voted one of the top downtown's in the nation. Catch a show at Bass Performance Hall. Stroll through the Museum of Living Art at the top-ranked Fort Worth Zoo. Or see life in the fast lane at Texas Motor Speedway. Named the #4 value friendly destination in the United States by Hotwire.com, Fort Worth attracts over 5.5 million visitors per year.
Whether you’re shopping for authentic Western gear or latest in high fashion, Fort Worth shopping has it all--national department stores, one-of-a-kind boutiques, upscale shops and antique stores. Dining venues include historic, one-of-a-kind venues that are reason enough on their own to draw people to Fort Worth including Angelo’s Barbeque and Joe T. Garcia’s. The cultural scene and growth of the city, also entice the latest in eateries of all persuasions.
Fort Worth's population continues to boom as people flock to the city for the steady economy, world class entertainment and laid back lifestyle that consistently rank it at the top of "America's Most Livable Cities." There’s a neighborhood for all types of families and budgets in the vast area within Fort Worth’s boundaries. There are a number of top rated schools among the Fort Worth ISD and a host of top ranked private schools. Fort Worth is also home to Texas Christin University and its championship Horned Frogs football team which the whole city rallies behind, sporting their purple pride in TCU’s brand new world-class football stadium.
Fort Worth is home to American Airlines BNSF Railway, Lockheed Martin, Pier 1 Imports, Radio Shack and GE Manfuacturing Solutions, and Cook Children’s Health Care System.