Stockyards Museum, Fort Worth

Stockyards Museum, Fort Worth - Address, Phone Number

Address: 131 E Exchange Ave #113, Fort Worth, TX 76164, United States

Phone: +1-8176255082

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Stockyards Museum, Fort Worth

If you have an interest in history and want to take your family to a historical tour, you must visit this historical museum. The museum offers a huge collection of artifacts and exhibits. These artifacts contain the Stockyards and Armor Packing Plants. As you roam around this museum, you will come across saddles and cowboy collectibles of the contemporary times. The museum reveals the history of Forth Worth Stockshow and the American Indians. You will see a 104 years old light bulb and the famous Bad Luck Wedding Dress in the museum. As you go through one thing to another, your interest in history will only increase.

How To reach Stockyards Museum by Public Transport

  • Buses 012 and 015 to stop- Main & Exchange- 24th
  • Buses 014, 045, and 091 to stop- 25th & Main- Ellis

Restaurants Near Stockyards Museum

  • Cattleman’s Steak House
  • Riscy’s Barbecue

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  • Great place to learn about the history of Texas's cattle-raising. Really helpful and friendly staff eager to help explain things. The museum itself is more like a one-room gift shop, but there are good exhibits of vintage equipment from the city's days as a meatpacking capital. Behind the building are actual stockyards where you see see longhorn cattle, mostly steers. The building itself still houses offices and some cattle-auctions are based there, though much of the trading is online instead of in-person.

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  • This museum is a small gem. For the small cost of $2 it holds a wealth of information. You can even pick out a cowboy hat to wear as you sit on a saddle to make your own pictures at no extra cost.

  • First time attending, nice museums to walk through, children loved the maze, interesting cattle drive

  • It's nice to smell cattle droppings. $5 for pictures on top of longhorns and $2 for petting zoo where we can pet goats, and $7 for small horse riding if your weight is less than 100 lbs. Many stores with a lot of products made in China. We enjoyed the march with longhorn cattle, cow boys and cow girls at 4:00 p.m. Food is ok worth the experience.

  • This is where FORT WORTH got the nickname "COW TOWN" IT used to be "PANTHER CITY" because it was so quite a panther could walk the streets & no one would notice.

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