If you have just a little bit of adventurer in you, the Fort Worth Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure is not to be missed! This event is one of the most talked about in the area, and for good reason. All the fun happens with you and one to four other friends who will scour the streets of Fort Worth on an exciting scavenger hunt that none of your will soon forget.
The event is designed to give participants an experience that is part Amazing Race and part city tour. This means that you’ll have plenty of opportunity to sight see and relax, but you will also find your adrenaline pumping into high gear here and there too. Don’t worry, the event isn’t scary—it’s simply loads of adventure all piled into one action packed day. You can play anytime from sunrise to sunset, and the cost is less than $40 for your party of two to five people.
While you’re scavenging the Fort Worth area, why not contact us and take a quick tour of our floor plans? We are centrally located and offer lots of space for you to store the knick-knacks you might find on your scavenger hunt.
The fall season of the Lone Star Park Races will come to an end on November 15th. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays horse races will start at 6:35 p.m at Lone Star Park. You can gain admission to the Grandstand starting at 5:30 p.m. This season features the Fall Meeting of Champions for American Quarterhorses, and proves to be an exciting one.
The race track hosts various promotions throughout the season, including special discounts available on Thursday nights. General admission tickets are only $5, but you can upgrade to box seats or reserve group tickets. If you’re interested in getting competitive and making a wager, you can purchase a race day program and make your picks. It can be a fun day out for the family, as children are permitted to watch the races when they are with an adult.
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If you love arts, theater and live performances, you must go to the Texas Ballet Theater, home to timeless classical productions.This season, the Texas Ballet Theater presents The Sleeping Beauty. Joined by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, this production promises to be a magical experience that will leave audiences falling in love all over again.
The Sleeping Beauty is a classical fairytale about a Princess Aurora, Prince Florimund, a evil fairy, called Carabosse and a hundred year old curse. After Carabosse is not invited to the christening of the infant Princess, she place a curse on the child; if Princess Aurora pricks her finger on a spinning wheel ,she will die. Luckily, one of the fairies at the christening reverses the curse; the Princess will only fall a sleep for a 100 years if she pricks her finger and only a Prince can wake her up.
Music composed by Tchaikovsky, sets the atmosphere of this magical retelling by Charles Perrault. Critics defines this production as to be a crowed favorite this season.
Wrangler Walking Tour – A personal tour guide will walk you through the Stockyards and share historical facts, culture and stories.
Group Tours – The Wrangler walking tour takes the group through the stockyards while the Cowboy walking tour includes Billy Bob’s.
“Step On” Tours – The guide will board your vehicle and deliver a running historic commentary as the Stockyards’ National Historic District from your bus.
Fully Automated Virtual GPS Tour – Rodeo legends, Bob Tallman and Pam Minick will be your virtual tour guides describing various elements of the Stockyards. The GPS tour will direct you throughout the Stockyards to landmarks like Cowtown Coliseum – the world’s first indoor rodeo, Billy Bob’s – the world’s largest Honky Tonk and the Cowboy Hall of Fame Museum.
Curious minds get to uncover some of life’s interesting mysteries when they visit the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History, where they will encounter Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition this season.
On view through January 4, 2015, Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition brings the fun experiments of the Emmy Award nominated Discovery Channel show to life with really cool interactive experiences for all ages. Answers to questions such whether running in the rain gets you less wet than walking in the rain, or whether it is possible to huff, puff and blow a house in and more are all part of the scientific process. Visitors can expect live demonstrations and all sorts of cool props and special effects ranging from air cannons to canoes made of duct tape crash dummies in speeding cars and more. Tickets are $19 for adults, $17 for seniors and $15 for kids ages 2 to 12. You won’t want to miss this family-friendly, fascinating exhibition at The Fort Worth Museum of Science & History so be sure to get your tickets today. If you’re interested in learning about other things to do in the area or are thinking about moving here, contact Trinity Bluff today for additional information.
Looking to get your spook on this Halloween season? There are plenty of haunted attractions to visit in Fort Worth, TX, but nothing beats the historical walking Dead End Ghost Tours.
Location and Hours – Tours start at 9 pm each night of the week and leave from 2413 Ellis Ave.
Ticket – Children under 12 get to take the tour free. Teens 13 to 19 get a ticket for just $15. General admission is $25 and must be purchased two hours before the start of the tour. A last minute ticket can be bought for $30.
Contact – You can visit their website, call them at (817) 770-1121 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you may have.
Attractions – The tour will cover a number of hot spots through the East End of Exchange St. Guests will hear about a cemetery where a number of spooks are rumored to hang out. The tour will also talk about the history of the Stockyard and back alley shoot outs.
Lace up your boots and head on over for a great Halloween night out. If you’re interested in apartments in the Fort Worth area contact Trinity Bluff.