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The Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s Western Currency facility, one of only two locations in the U.S. that print money (Washington, D.C. being the other), offers free 45-minute guided tours on weekdays. Stroll along an elevated walkway and actually see money being produced below you. There are also plenty of displays and demonstration exhibits, plus artifacts like a turn-of-the-century spider press and an engraver’s bench. Uncut sheets of currency can be purchased at the Money Store.
9000 Blue Mound Road
We may experience museum closures from time to time for special events. Please be sure to check for closure dates below before planning your visit. We offer guided tours which take approximately 40 minutes. To receive group tour rates, you must have at least 10 guests and make reservations prior to the date of your visit. Inclusion in the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame is the highest honor we bestow on individuals who have shown excellence in competition, business and support of rodeo.
128 East Exchange
The Sid Richardson Museum educates, engages, and inspires its visitors to find meaning, value, and enjoyment in exploring its collection of paintings of the American West. The Sid Richardson Museum, a Fort Worth art museum located in historic Sundance Square, features permanent and special exhibitions of paintings by the premier Western artists, Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell. The works, reflecting both the romance and reality of the American West.
309 Main Street
The Kimbell Art Foundation, which owns and operates the Museum, was established in 1936 by Kay and Velma Kimbell, together with Kay’s sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Coleman Carter. Early on, the Foundation collected mostly British and French portraits of the 18th and 19th centuries. By the time Mr. Kimbell died in April 1964, the collection had grown to 260 paintings and 86 other works of art.
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life by enrolling and educating our community in the preservation and protection of natural areas while standing as an example of these same principles and values in North Central Texas. With the ever growing population of Fort Worth and the surrounding communities, having a place to explore and enjoy the outdoors is important for our residents.
9601 Fossil Ridge Rd.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is dedicated to collecting, presenting, and interpreting international developments in post–World War II art in all media and creating a welcoming environment for its public appreciation. The Modern maintains one of the foremost collections of modern and contemporary art in the central United States and hosts major traveling exhibitions.
3200 Darnell St
Dedicated to lifelong learning and anchored by our rich collections, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History engages our diverse community through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest. Permanent exhibits include the Fort Worth Children's Museum, DinoLabs & DinoDig, Cattle Raisers Museum, Energy Blast and Innovation Studios.
1600 Gendy St