Sundance Square - In this 20-block district, you'll find an incredible variety of things to do and see - movies, nightclubs, restaurants, stores and boutiques, museums and galleries, coffee shops, and live theatres. Sundance Square's beautiful landscaping, red-brick streets, and historic, early-20th-century buildings make it a pedestrian's delight. Named after the Sundance Kid, who used this area as a hideout, Sundance Square is also a thriving business and residential district, and has been hailed as a monumental achievement in urban redevelopment.
Billy Bob's Texas - A Fort Worth landmark for 20 years, Billy Bob's Texas is the world's largest honky-tonk. Billy Bob's Texas, Fort Worth, Texas is huge (seven acres!), with its own indoor rodeo arena, two big dance floors, 25 bars, restaurants, arcade games, a Wall of Fame with celebrity handprints, and a general store. Open daily, Billy Bob's Texas features live musical entertainment every night and free dance lessons on Thursday night. With all it has to offer, it's no wonder that Billy Bob's Texas has been voted "Country Music Club of the Year" seven times. Be sure to check the concert schedule at Billy Bob's Texas, Fort Worth - your favorite performer just might be in town!
Texas Motor Speedway - The Texas Motor Speedway is the fastest and the loudest sporting facility in the Metroplex! Texas Motor Speedway is the second-largest sports and entertainment facility in the nation, with a capacity of more than 150,000. The top names in the racing world compete at the Texas Motor Speedway, where dual-bank turns allow for both NASCAR and Indy car racing. Texas Motor Speedway is the only speedway to host all major forms of American automobile racing.
Fort Worth Zoo - The Fort Worth Zoo has long been known as the No. 1 attraction in the entire Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as being a top-rated attraction in the entire United States. The zoo is home to more than 1,200 creatures from around the world in lush, natural-habit settings. Tree-shaded, winding paths lead visitors to incredible exhibits like World of Primates, Asian Falls, FUJIFILMS Komodo Dragons, Koala Outback, and Thundering Plains. What's more is the zoo is now home to two new and exciting exhibits including the Great Barrier Reef featuring Australian aquatic wildlife and the 8-acre Texas Wild exhibit where visitors travel through the various regions of the Lone Star State.
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