• Chandor Gardens
  • Historic downtown
  • Doss Heritage Center (Parker County history—log cabins etc)
  • Grand Adventure Park (slides)
  • Clark Gardens Botanical Park
  • Fire Oak Grill
  • Zeros On The Square
  • Sunny Street Cafe
  • Whistle Hill’s Downtown Cafe
  • Mamma Monica & Italian Pizza
  • Mesquite Pit
  • Fort Worth Stockyards
  • Fort Worth Water Gardens
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
  • Amon Carter Museum
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • Kimbell Art Museum
  • Fort Worth Zoo
  • Sundance Square
  • Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
  • Fort Worth Botanic Gardens
  • Dickies Arena
  • The Historic Granbury Square
  • Brazos Drive-In (One of the few drive-ins left)
  • Granbury Trolley
  • Revolver Brewing
  • Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
  • Dinosaur Valley State Park
  • Squaw Valley Golf Course
  • Dinosaur World
  • The Daily Grind Coffee Shop
  • The Backroads Cafe
  • Bailey Farms and Bakery

Chandor Gardens (Weatherford)

Chandor Gardens captures both the ornate design of ancient Chinese architecture and the elegance of a formal English garden. The 3.5-acre estate leads its visitors on a meandering path of beauty and wonderment. From the 30 foot man-made waterfall, to the various soothing fountains, the gardens have something new and exciting to offer at every turn.


Clark Gardens Botanical Park (Weatherford)

Clark Gardens Botanical Park welcomes visitors all year long. The breathtaking 35 acre oasis awakens the senses, stirs the spirit and relaxes the mind. From the first spring blossoms to the colorful fall and into the stillness of winter there is a sense of magic. Wheelchair accessible pathways wind through lavish ribbons of color and fragrance. Waterfalls sparkle in the sunlight splashing down to ponds and lakes where black and white swans, along with other waterfowl, glide in the shimmering waters. You may see peacocks strutting, or get a glimpse of blue herons or great egrets swooping down, their huge wingspans casting shadows over the lakes.


Fort Worth Zoo (Fort Worth)

The crown attraction of Fort Worth is the #1 Zoo in America. This zoo boasts a large variety of the animal kingdom in it’s current habitats. Holding some of the largest animals roaming the Earth to the tiniest of insects crawling the trees to the most alien creatures living under the sea. Be sure to stop and experience the beautiful life that walks this planet.


Sundance Square (Fort Worth)

Recognized as one of the top downtown developments in the United States, Sundance Square spans 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. Choose from 30+ places to eat – from steaks to sushi to seafood – with lots of choices for patio dining. Check out the cool collection of stores, from local boutiques to nationally known brands. And enjoy great entertainment: live music, live theatre, comedy, and the magnificence of Bass Performance Hall. Be sure to visit Sundance Square Plaza, the heart of Fort Worth.


Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth)

Kimbell collection: an expansion of vision to encompass world history and a new focus on building through acquisition and refinement a small collection of key objects of surpassing quality. The Kimbell collection today consists of about 350 works that not only epitomize their periods and movements but also touch individual high points of aesthetic beauty and historical importance.


Historic Granbury Square (Granbury)

Granbry is frequently appearing on “Best Small Towns” lists. The town’s historic square, lined by historic landmarks, makes for excellent shopping, and there are plenty of mom n’ pop restaurants to choose from when it comes time to refuel. The beach at Lake Granbury offers a way to cool off on those hot Texas afternoons, and there’s even a family-friendly boardwalk.


Fossil Rim Wildlife Center (Glen Rose)

A 1,800-acre facility that offers a 7.2-mile scenic drive where you can interact with approximately 1,100 exotic and endangered animals roaming free in herds. Drive through in your car, reserve your spot on a guided tour, or even spend a night at our Foothills Safari Camp or The Lodge to see 50-plus species of wild animals including cheetahs, wolves, giraffes, rhinos and more.

The Overlook Cafe is paired with an incredible view overlooking the park and the Nature Store offers an array of souvenirs to take home to family and friends. While Fossil Rim is sure to provide a unique experience and exciting adventure, Fossil Rim is dedicated to the conservation of species in peril. Fossil Rim conducts scientific research, trains professionals, responsibly manages their natural resources, and is committed to public education.


Dinosaur Valley State Park (Glen Rose)

Find dinosaur tracks, camp, picnic, hike, mountain bike, swim, fish and paddle in the river, watch for wildlife, look for a geocache, ride your horse, or visit our interpretive center.

Stay at one of our campsites. Explore 20 miles of trails. Shop our park store for souvenirs, camping and fishing supplies, books and much more. Rent a kayak at the park.