Yes, it’s safe to say it has been a mild Winter around here! However, that doesn’t mean that the wind hasn’t been kicked up a notch & sometimes it’s just still too cold to go run around at the park! So, here’s a quick list of things to do in Fort Worth to kick those Winter blues & have a little fun!
Fort Worth Museum of Science & History – The science & history museum offers a little something for everyone. From movies and documentaries at the Omni iMAX Theater, to the dinosaur dig and lab, The Energy Blast, and the Children’s Museum – there is truly something for everyone to enjoy!
Trampoline Parks – There are 2 trampoline parks in Fort Worth – Flight Deck Trampoline Park & Altitude Trampoline Park. Both parks offer open jump times for kids of all ages & specific times or spaces for toddlers to burn off some of that pent up energy as well.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art – There really is a lot to explore and learn at the art museum. You can follow their FaceBook page or their website for current & upcoming events.
Bowling Alleys – Bowling isn’t just a thing of the past & there are 5 fun bowling alleys in Fort Worth! Check out Cowtown Bowling Palace,Brunswick Zone, Cityview Lanes & 2 Main Event locations – Fort Worth North & South.
Fire Station 1 – As part of the Science & History museum, Fire Station 1 is located in Downtown Fort Worth. Admission is free and you will take a look back at Fort Worth’s first 150 years from the frontier days to the cattle-town years and the modern big-city era.
Fort Worth Stockyards Museum – Take a step back in time and visit the historic Fort Worth Stockyards! Here you’ll learn about our Native American connections, the Chisholm Trail and the livestock market/stockyards to the Swift and Armour Packing plants.