If you go
Cool Things To See and Do
• Sundance Square
The new 55,000 square foot open air plaza is an example of urban revitalization incorporating 35 square blocks of shopping, restaurants, live theater, art galleries, a movie theater and more.
• Peters Bros. Hats
909 Houston Street www.pbhats.com (817) 335-1715
This authentic hat store, dating back to 1911, offers custom cowboy hats, men's dress hats, straw work hats and more.
• Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell Street www.themodern.org (817) 738-9215
Designed by modernist Japanese architect Tadao Ando, this stunning museum includes works by Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Andy Warhol to name a few.
• Amon Carter Museum of Art
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. www.cartermuseum.org (817) 738-1933
Located next door to the Kimbell, this museum is known for their 19th- and 20th-century American art, contemporary photography and a large collection of Frederic Remington sculptures and drawings. Admission is free.
• Trinity Trails
The Trinity Trails extend through Fort Worth for more than 54 miles along the Trinity River. It is a wonderful amenity for hikers, bikers, runners, walkers, horseback riding and more. It connects major areas like the stockyards, downtown and the cultural district.
• Fort Worth Bike Share
Launched in April of 2013, guests can rent specially designed Trek bikes at more than 30 bike share stations set up across Downtown, the Cultural District, near Southside and on the TCU's campus.