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Its the final count down! We can't wait to seeing celebrate with you!
Its the final count down! We can't wait to seeing celebrate with you!

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Fort Worth Stockyards

Fort Worth Stockyards

131 East Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76164

Fort Worth is where the West begins, and nothing embodies Western heritage better than the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. From the original brick walkways to the wooden corrals, every inch of the Stockyards tells the true history of Texas’s famous livestock industry. Featuring the world's largest Honky -Tonk, ghost tours, and even a 10,000 square exhibit dedicated to John Wayne, the Stockyards has something for everyone.

Rockwood Golf Course

Rockwood Golf Course

1851 Jacksboro Highway, Fort Worth, TX 76114

Often reviewed as the best public golf course in North Texas, Rockwood Park Golf Course is just a 25 minute drive from the Orchard Event Venue.

Jubilee Theatre

Jubilee Theatre

506 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102

Founded by Rudy and Marian Eastman in Fort Worth, Texas on June 19, 1981, Jubilee Theatre is the original home of African-American theater in North Texas. Performances begin Thursday Evenings at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday evening at 8:00pm and matinees on Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00pm.

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

9601 Fossil Ridge Road, Fort Worth, TX 76135

The Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge (FWNC&R) is a natural area comprised of forests, prairies, and wetlands allowing you to step back in time and experience what the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex was like in the early 20th century. The inception of the FWNC&R was based on protecting our local watershed. In 1914 when Lake Worth was built land was purchased around the West Fork of the Trinity River by the City of Fort Worth to protect the quality of drinking water for the Fort Worth community. With great persistence from some local citizens, particularly the Fort Worth Audubon Society, the Park Board designated some land in 1964 to create a wildlife sanctuary and nature preserve for our community and the FWNC&R was born.