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- 98%Business Travelers
- 86%History Buffs
- 85%Family Travelers
- 69%Budget Travelers
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- Stockyards StationJun 22, 2014
One street filled with many steakhouses and shops that sell overpriced Texan and or Cowboy theme gifts. Great place if your into that kind of stuff. Not many things to do and the Plaza is rather empty! Great to go once I guess but, not again.Recommended for:
- Stockyards StationMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Sep 03, 2013
Stockyards Station is a must see for Fort Worth. According to the website, there are a lot of shops and antiques to be found. This didn't turn out to be true. Most shops are your typical tourist souvenir types and boot/western shops. But if you aren't in the mood for finding your next pair of boots, this is still a great stop. Twice a day, they walk a herd of cattle through the streets with real cowboys. It only lasts about 15 or 20 minutes, but it really puts you in the mood of being at the Stockyards in the old days. As you can imagine, there are plenty of places to get a steak.
- Stockyards StationMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersGreen TravelersAdventure TravelersJul 18, 2013
Texas longhorns, saloons, cowboys and honky tonks! Historic downtowns always seem to catch my attention, but especially so when they've been remastered as entertainment districts. And what a district this is! Right in the heart of urban downtown Fort Worth, Stockyards Station feels like a time warp back to the old west. Cobblestone streets, wooden saloon doors and the longhorns - in the street! Everyday they drive the herd around the city streets. Where else can you see that?!Recommended for:
- Stockyards StationMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesMay 26, 2013
Well, it's a nice little part of town, and if you love cowboys and westerns, this is a place you should certainly explore. This time, we didn't take a tour and that was a mistake, you learn a lot more if you do (so please learn from our mistake :-)). The Cattle Drive is nice, but we were there in the off season and there were only six cows who were driven through the streets.
- Stockyards StationMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4First to ReviewNov 08, 2012
The Stockyards Visitor Center is one of the better visitor centers that I have visited in the USA, and the world for that matter. They have a brochure for just about anything in Texas worth visiting.
- Stockyards StationJul 05, 2012
Just loved it. All the history. The cattle drive was fun to watch. We took a tour and found we got more from someone guiding and telling us the history. Would not have seen or learned as much if we had not done so. Also I loved the shops especially the fudge shops.Recommended for:
- Stockyards StationFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
If you're looking for COUNTRY look no further than the Stockyards. The cobblestone streets are lined with everything country and cowboy: cowboy shops, cowboy eats, cowboy drinks and real-live cowboys. Throw on your cowboy boots and hit the streets on Sunday afternoon to watch the cattle heard right down main street. Or head to the rodeo or cowboy museum. Or crab a drink-to-go (you can drink in the streets) and stroll among the shops lining the way.