Welcome to part 2 of Fort Worth - I love ya If you missed part 1 - never fear....you can read it here:
As noted in part 1 - Fort Worth if oozing with history, art, great restaurants and so many activities that you just can not everything in a short weekend. You need to plan what you want to see, what you just have to do and where you want to eat.
Today - I wanted to share with you some of the wonderful museums in Fort Worth, You could spend days visiting these great museums.
First - let's take a look at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. AMAZING!!! One thing that I really appreciate about this museum is the awesome Children's Museum. This is a great place for the kids to learn and have fun at the same time!
Another favorite of mine is the Kimbell. The Kimbell is well known for its international exhibts and has been a well known Fort Worth establishment since 1930. Prepare yourself to be wowed and enthralled with the various exhibits.
What would Fort Worth be without some type of a Western Museum? Well...let's take a look at one very special museum. When you think of the Wild West - many of us think about Cowboys...but did you know that there is a special museum in Ft. Worth that honors the history of the Cowgirl? Yes indeed - The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. THIS should be a must on anyone's list to visit in Ft Worth.
A visit to Fort Worth should also include a visit to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. It has been written that the museum's permanent collection includes paintings and photography of leading artists in the U.S. and North America. The majority of the artwork falls within the period of 1820 - through 1940s. This is a very special museum that will take you on a journey through yesteryear!
There are so many wonderful ways to spend time in Fort Worth and these are just a few of the abundance of museums and artwork that one can find in Fort Worth.
Now - the next Fort Worth blog will take you in a completely different journey. Think bike trails, segway tours, a world renown zoo and even a drive-in.
Until next time!