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Discover Fort Worth With a Variety of City Tour Offerings

  • Written by Jessica Dowdy Christopherson



DISCOVER FORT WORTH WITH A VARIETY OF CITY TOUR OFFERINGS

Explore via foot, bus, helicopter, horseback, Segway or bicycle

 

FORT WORTH, Texas (July 20, 2016) – There are more options than ever to see in Fort Worth. This summer, trace the footsteps of Wild West rebels; admire stunning architecture; go behind the scenes at Texas Motor Speedway or sample the local brewery scene with one of the many tours available in the City of Cowboys & Culture. Whether you're a visitor or a local these tours are sure to entertain and educate.

 

Authentic Walking Tours – Discover the history, legends and mysteries of the city Where the West Begins from a knowledgeable guide.       

 

Authentic Fort Worth Ghost Bus Tours – Explore the mystery, madness and mayhem of Fort Worth's history with a guided bus tour of the city's most haunted locations.

 

Cowtown Cycle PartyGather your friends, grab your favorite cold beverage and pedal around the city on this 2-hour tour.

 

Cowtown Electric Bike Tours – Zip around the city on this guided tour via electric bicycle that includes a BBQ lunch stop.

 

Cowtown Segway Tours – Explore downtown, the Trinity Trails or the Stockyards via a guided tour on two wheels.

 

Epic Helicopter Tours – Admire Fort Worth landmarks from high in the sky with city and sunset tours.

 

Fort Worth Ale Trail – A self-guided tour complete with a souvenir ale trial passport that highlights 9 local breweries

 

Fort Worth City Tour – Explore the major districts of Fort Worth and the stories that go along with them via a narrated bus tour.

 

Fort Worth by Cycle – This two-hour guided bicycle tour highlights downtown history and architecture.

Fort Worth Stockyards Ghost Tour – Enjoy Fort Worth history, folklore and lots of spooky stories on this guided ghost tour of the Stockyards.

 

Fort Worth Stockyards Stables Horseback Riding Tours – Take a relaxing horseback ride along the historic Chisholm Trail and take in the scenery of downtown, the Trinity Trails and the historic Stockyards.

 

Fort Worth Tours – Travel back in time on this two-hour walking/driving tour about the history of Fort Worth.

 

Stockyards Adventure Pass – Explore the sights and sounds of the Old West on this tour of the Stockyards that includes Billy Bob's Texas, a walking tour and much more.

 

Stockyards Historic Walking Tours – Follow in the footsteps of cowboys with a guided walking tour of the historic Stockyards; learn the stories that shaped "Cowtown.”

 

Ten Gallon ToursSip and savor your way around Fort Worth with customizable brewery and winery tours.

 

Texas BBQ Tours – Experience the best barbeque in Fort Worth and beyond on this guided three restaurant tour.  

Texas Motor Speedway Tours—Go behind the scenes of “The Great American Speedway” with a tour of the racetrack grounds including a pace car ride. 

 

Trinity Paddle Tours – Stand-up paddle board your way along the Trinity River and enjoy views of downtown on this guided tour.

 

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AT&T Stadium Tours – Get behind-the-scenes access to the $1.1 billion stadium including art tours or the opportunity to test your throwing arm on the field.

 

For more information about tours, things to do or to book group travel, visit www.FortWorth.com. Stay social and keep up with the latest Visit Fort Worth news, events and travel deals @VisitFortWorth on Twitter and Instagram and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Ft.Worth.

 

The FWCVB is the official destination marketing organization of the 16th-largest city in the United States, dedicated to promoting Fort Worth as a premier business and leisure destination with thriving centers of culture and commerce. Known as the “City of Cowboys and Culture,” Fort Worth is a destination with a rich Western heritage and a dedication to urban renewal. The city is home to the famed Stockyards Historic District, the lively downtown Sundance Square and a renowned Cultural District complete with the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and the Kimbell Art Museum. For more information, visit www.FortWorth.com.