Fort Worth Stockyards Station
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“A stroll through the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District, established in 1866, brings visitors back to the old west. This location was once a major stopover for cattle drivers on the Chisholm Trail. It is now home to shops, museums, and restaurants. You can catch live shows and rodeos in this…
The cattle drives are held daily at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. along East Exchange Avenue in the Stockyards National Historic District. Watch the Fort Worth Herd cattle drive from the sidewalks and restaurants near the Stockyards Visitor Center at Exhibits Building, 2501 Rodeo Plaza.
The Stockyards are a great place to visit if you've never been to ft worth! Daily cattle drives!
It's fun and has history. Part of the land rush. Fun nightlife also! Tons of bars.
You have to take a day and walk around the stockyards. They have everything from cattle runs to the famous Billy Bobs.
Fort Worth Stockyards have lots to do..restaurants, bars, honky tonks, etc. A bit touristy but you should check it out if you've not been before.
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