Fort Worth Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres
Located just ten miles from downtown, the Fort Worth Nature Center is a 3,500-acre sanctuary that features buffalo, white-tailed deer, wildflowers and 25 miles of trails. The Hardwicke Interpretive Center offers nature programs, exhibits and a library.
Fire Station No. 1 is a historic fire station that is located near Fort Worth's Sundance Square District. An exhibit in the station commemorates the first 150 years of Fort Worth. Admission to the station is free of charge. The museum is part of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
Experience the history of Fort Worth at the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. Take in one of the numerous special events that are scheduled throughout the year. See the daily cattle drive, the Cowtown Opry and more.
Featuring six authentic log cabins, Fort Worth's Log Cabin Village is a living history museum that offers reenactments of the lives of the early pioneers. The six cabins were built in the 1850s and house original furnishings.