Stockyards National Historic District

FWSYThe Dallas Fort Worth area is a happening place. Fort Worth is the 17th largest city in the United States, and the 5th largest in Texas. With a square mileage of 349.2 and nearly 793, 000 people, there has to be a lot of entertainment to keep people happily busy. People choose to live in the area because there are so many opportunities. There is history, music, art, culture, travel, outdoor interests, and more. The Fort Worth Stock Yards are a must see for anyone interested in Fort Worth history.

What: Stockyards National Historic District

Where: 130 East Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76164


During the 1800s, Fort Worth was the last major stop for drovers running cattle up the Chilsholm trail to the railheads. Beyond Fort Worth there was the crossing of the Red River into Indian Territory. Four million head of cattle were moved through Fort Worth between 1866 and 1890.  Fort Worth was home to cowboys, cattlemen, and outlaws.  Today the Stockyards National Historic District is one of the most popular attractions in Texas. The area features the Stockyards Championship Rodeo, the Stockyards Museum, The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, eateries such as the Lonesome Dove Western Bistro,  saloons, and shops such as Maverick Fine Western Wear selling authentic western boots, hats, and apparel. There is even the Cowtown Cattlepen Maze, the Stockyards petting zoo, and a ride on the Grapevine Heritage Railroad for the kids. You can visit the Stockyards day or night to get a taste of the true American West. Plan your visit around The Fort Worth Herd, a real, live cattle drive, scheduled twice daily at 11:30 a.m. and again at 4 p.m.


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