Where is Fort Worth Stockyards?
No visit to Fort Worth is complete without seeing the well-known Stockyards National Historic District, a neighborhood that used to house livestock and preserve many historic buildings. It still looks almost like it did 100 years ago. All 15 streets are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The entire historic district is known for family entertainment and shopping, as well as Saloons and Line Dancing.
What was once home to Cowboys, cattle drovers and outlaws is now one of Texas ‘ best-known and most popular attractions and the perfect place to experience the wild west up close and authentic. Here the Old West is omnipresent: twice a day there is a cattle drive with Texas Longhorns, Rodeo is offered all year round and well-preserved historic buildings invite you to visit. Here are well-preserved historic buildings such as the Livestock Exchange Building and The Cowtown Coliseum, where the world’s first indoor Rodeo took place.
Address: 2501 Rodeo Plaza, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Area: 98 acres
Phone: (817) 624-4741
Added to NRHP: June 29, 1976
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