If you love Broadway musicals and renditions of favorite stories and fairy tales, the Casa Mañana Theatre delivers. The playhouse is known for well-known productions like "Hairspray" and "The Wizard of Oz."
Fort Worth Heritage Trails offers a walking tour of Fort Worth's history. The downtown walk is marked by bronze plaques at every significant location, describing the places and people who had an impact on the city.
Scream your way through haunted exhibits at the Hangman's House of Horrors. The haunted house has been: featured on Travel Channel's "America's Scariest Halloween Attractions", named "Best Place to get Spooked" in Fort Worth Magazine, and named one of the nation's "Halloween Hot Spots!" by Family Circle magazine. Stop in and check out what all the fuss is about...if you dare!
Discover theatrical entertainment through the lens of the African-American experience at the Jubilee Theatre. Superior educational programs and community outreach efforts make the Jubilee a leader in the artistic community.
Spend some time strolling around Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth. The area is home to nightlife, entertainment, shops, museums, concerts, and so much more - making it a tourist favorite.
The Fort Worth National Historic District is home to the Texas Trail of Fame. The trail recognizes the individuals who made a significant contribution to the Fort Worth Western way of life. This trail is also marked by bronze plaques describing the honor bestowed on the hall-of-famers.