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Fort Worth, United States

The city of Fort Worth is the ideal place to relieve the times of the Old West, when the region was dominated by ranchers and cowboys

Typical food

Dishes you can't miss

<p>Nachos</p>,Fort Worth, United States

Nachos

Tortilla chips covered with melted cheese. Some recipes include ground beef and sauce.

<p>Crispy tacos</p>,Fort Worth, United States

Crispy tacos

Fried corn tortilla stuffed with stews that include meat and vegetables.

<p>Chili with cheese</p>,Fort Worth, United States

Chili with cheese

Melted cheese with slices of chili served with tortilla chips as a starter.

Typical food of Fort Worth, United States

Tex-Mex is the most popular cuisine in Fort Worth, which combines elements from the Mexican gastronomy with ingredients from Texas

Fort Worth has a variety of restaurants that serve different specialties, but Tex-Mex is the most popular cuisine, offering dishes that combine elements from the Mexican gastronomy such as chili and tortillas, with local products like beef and vegetables. This blend offers tasty dishes like chili with cheese (melted cheese with slices of chili served as starter), crispy tacos (fried corn tortillas stuffed with beef and vegetables), and nachos (tortilla chips served with melted cheese and chili).

You will easily find a place to enjoy these specialties, as Fort Worth has many restaurants serving this kind of dishes. Reata is one of the most popular restaurants in downtown.

Weather

Useful Tips

  • -If you travel between November and March, bring warm clothing and a sweater or jacket.

    -Temperatures rise in summer. You should bring light clothing, sunscreen, and a hat or cap.

The weather in Fort Worth, United States

Fort Worth has a subtropical humid climate with an average temperature of 18 ºC (64.4 ºF)

What to bring by season

Temperatures in Fort Worth change along the year, ranging between 35 ºC (95 ºF) in summer and 0 ºC (31 ºF) in winter. July is the hottest month and January is the coldest. You should pack light clothing and use sunscreen if you travel between June and September. If you travel between November and March, you should pack warm clothing and a sweater or jacket.

Rainfalls are present all year long, but May is the rainiest month. Lighting storms and tornadoes are common in Fort Worth. It is important to be aware of weather conditions during your visit. 

 

 

Overview

About Fort Worth, United States

This city in the state of Texas is proud of its origins dating back to the Old West, when cowboys dominated the area. In fact, Fort Worth is known as “The city where the West begins”. It is also called “The city of cowboys and culture”, as it is one of the places with the largest number of museums in Texas.

You can walk around the downtown area to discover important sites and monuments like the historic Sundance Square, one of the main entertainment centers in Fort Worth, surrounded by restaurants, stores, and museums, and named after the outlaw Harry Longabaugh, better known as the Sundance Kid.

Within the great variety of cultural centers in Fort Worth, you will find Kimbell Art Museum with a permanent art collection that includes works from renowned artists such as Goya, Monet, Rembrandt, and Picasso. This place houses the first known painting by Michelangelo: The Torment of Saint Anthony. You can also visit the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, with one of the most impressive collections of contemporary art in the United States that includes works by Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko; and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art with paintings, sculptures, and drawings by renowned artists such as Frederic Church, Stuart Davies, Winslow Homer, and Georgia O’Keeffe.

An ideal place for a family visit is the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, with permanent themed exhibitions from dinosaurs to livestock, and a special area for children, an IMAX screen, and a planetarium.

If you are interested in the history of the city and the Old West lifestyle, you should visit the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame dedicated to honoring the cowboys that are part of the history of the city and preserving Fort Worth’s cultural heritage through Old West memorabilia. National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame shows the life and work of the community’s pioneering women. In these two places you can learn about rodeo and related activities like bull riding or cow roping.

The city offers beautiful natural places such as the Fort Worth Zoo, which opened in 1909 and is home to more than 7,000 regional and exotic animals. Next to the zoo you can visit Log Cabin, a museum with nine wooden buildings from the 19th century where you can relive the history of Texas while you enjoy nature and learn ancient activities like making candles, spinning, and wheat grinding. Continue your tour through the natural areas with a visit to the Fort Worth Botanical Garden, home to more than 2,500 plants. This garden has 23 areas and the Japanese garden is one of the most popular for its waterfalls and ponds with colorful koi fish.

Speed lovers can visit Texas Motor Speedway in the north of Fort Worth. The place hosts NASCAR races and is known as The Great American Speedway, since it is one of the largest speedways in the United States with a seating capacity of 155,000.

***The official currency of the United States is the US Dollar (USD).