Things To Do Around Fort Worth

It's no secret that Fort Worth is full of festive happenings—but even when there's a lapse in the events calendar, you'll still find plenty of other things to do! No matter the season, Fort Worth offers a variety of can't-miss activities and hidden-gem highlights. From touring the Botanic Gardens in the spring to visiting Epic Waters in the winter, there's so much to do in Fort Worth year-round! Take a look at some of our favorite seasonal things to do around Fort Worth.

Spring

Fort Worth Ale Trail

Forth Worth's brewery scene has been blowing up lately, and the Ale Trail gives you the chance to try a little bit of what every brewery in town has to offer! Grab your passport, set out on the trail, and collect stamps from each stop you pay a visit to.

Botanic Gardens

The Fort Worth Botanic Gardens are in their prime during springtime. From the Japanese Gardens to the tropical conservancy, there's over 2,500 species of plants to admire. Check out what's in season, and enjoy the blossoms of spring!

Panther Island

An expansive outdoor venue right on the banks of the Trinity River, Panther Island hosts a variety of concerts, events, and performances. With the mild weather of spring, it's the perfect time to spend a night outside enjoying some live music!

Summer

Eagle Mountain Lake

Want to cool off and get away from the city for an afternoon? Eagle Mountain lake is just 15 miles away from Fort Worth and is the ideal summer destination. With swimming, fishing, boating, and more, you can soak up the perfect beach day.

The Cultural District

Getting out of the sun during Texas summers is always a plus, and the Cultural District is the perfect excuse! With tons of museums to bounce around, you can spend hours learning and exploring some of the art and history of Fort Worth.

Sundance Square

Want to soak in a summer night in the city? The 35 blocks of Sundance Square are full of some of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in the city. Whether you're looking for a romantic date night or a family-friendly outing, you'll find it all.

Fall

Dallas Arboretum

If you're interested in seeing the changing of the leaves, there's no better place than the Dallas Arboretum. Take in the vibrant shades of orange, yellow, red, green, and everything in between as the trees transition seasons. Plus, the arboretum also hosts a variety of festive fall events, so be sure to check out the calendar!

Halls' Pumpkin Farm & Corn Maze

The quintessential fall experience, Hall's Pumpkin Farm has been around for years and is full of things to do. Pick your pumpkin from the patch, wind through the corn maze, or take in the sights on the hay ride tour.

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

Fall weather is ideal for getting outside, and the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge has a wide variety of flora and fauna. Hike along the trails, take a canoe on the water, and see which native plants and animals you can spot.

Winter

Epic Waters

Even in the middle of winter, you can still find ways to get in your waterpark fix. Epic Waters in Grand Prairie boasts 80,000 square feet of fun, complete with tons of slides, wave pools, a lazy river, a swimming hole, and tube racing.

Bass Performance Hall

The Bass Performance Hall is an architecturally stunning hub of arts and culture in the city. The performance hall regularly hosts Broadway shows, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Texas Ballet, and the Fort Worth Opera.

See the Holiday Lights

The Fort Worth Zoo, the Texas Speedway, Modern Lights at the art Museum—all around the Fort Worth area you'll find dazzlings displays of thousands of festive lights. Take a look at the top holiday lights in the area, and plan your outing.

Discover Life in Fort Worth

When you live in Fort Worth, you'll never run out of things to do and explore. Take some time to get to know more about what life in the city has to offer, and give the Wilco Realtors a call when you're ready to get started on your real estate journey.

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