Fort Worth Tour in Dallas, TX

600 Main StDallas, TX 75202
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Step into the wild west on this unique Fort Worth Tour! Discover the history of the city's livestock industry as you make your way through the brick walkways and wooden corrals of the Stockyards. Travelers will also get to witness an authentic cattle drive, see the famous "World's Largest Honky Tonk.", and explore the Stockyard Station. This is an unforgettable adventure the whole family will enjoy!

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Dallas Travel Experts
  • Great for all ages!
  • Tour duration: 4 hours.
  • This tour is not handicap accessible.
  • There is 2 hour metered parking around the Dealy Plaza area. There are also paid lots available.


from Fort Worth Tour
Fort Worth is where the West begins - Crossroads of Cowboys & Culture. Experience American western history and culture. You will see a live Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive, feel the atmosphere of a cowboy trading post and giant skyscrapers all in the same tour.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Fort Worth Tour

What are the hours of operation? 
Tours operates daily at 9:30 AM.

Is parking provided? If so, what is the fee?
No. There is 2 hour metered parking around the Dealy Plaza area. There are also paid lots available. (Fees vary).

Where is it located? 
600 Main St, Dallas TX, 75202.

Is the tour appropriate for children? 
Yes, this tour is great for all ages.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
No, this tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Can I bring my camera?
Yes, great photo opportunities.

How long is the tour?
The tour is 4 hours long.

What’s included in my ticket/experience? 
  • Fort Worth Stockyards
  • Fort Worth Cattle Drive
  • Cowtown Coliseum
  • Stockyard Station
  • Livestock Exchange
  • Billy Bob’s Texas
  • See the famous “World’s Largest Honk Tonk.”