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Recognized as one of the top downtown developments in the United States, Sundance Square spans 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. Choose from 30+ places to eat – from steaks to sushi to seafood – with lots of choices for patio dining. Check out the...more
All reviews christmas tree downtown area lots of restaurants tables and chairs water fountain bass within walking distance chisholm trail live music night life walk around great shopping free parking main street great place to visit saturday night fun place
Sundance Square is amazing! The downtown area of Ft Worth is pretty much owned by the Bass Family and Sundance Square is all their doing! Great shops and restaurants, amazing fountains (including one the kids can play in), wonderful patio area. Christmas is amazing, but...More
Sundance Square is a nice place for a stroll. The environment is clean and inviting. There are many shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Highly recommended for couples, families, or just solo.
My companion and I were walking through thr Square ann there was a huge outdoor yoga class with about 100 participants partaking in the open calss, all ages from youn to seniors, on our return to the hotel we passed through the square and the...More
Sundance square is a lovely place to just go and relax. It has nice murals on the wall, water fountains and even a stage.
In the square they hold everything from yoga to cinema evenings and even beer festivals. Be sure to look online and...More
Response from michaelriley2016 | Reviewed this property |
Fort Worth Stockyards great old cow town feel. Morning and afternoon cattle runs down main street mounted cowboys. Great food casual and fine. Train ride old steam engine runs between Cow Town and Grapevine... More
Fort Worth Stockyards great old cow town feel. Morning and afternoon cattle runs down main street mounted cowboys. Great food casual and fine. Train ride old steam engine runs between Cow Town and Grapevine (First Capitol of Texas), a lot right at the Grapevine train station you and your grandson will enjoy, Glass Blowing, many more spots. Great restaurants enjoyable walk down main street.Train ride is closed or open cars. The ride each direction is about 45 minutes.
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Billie Bibs: a lot of history Bull riding shows and country music and dancing place.
All of these hotels are great service and right in the middle of Cow Town.
Alot of western shops in the Cow Town area too.
If I can help in any other way please let me know.
Have a great time.
Response from BillCarolNC | Reviewed this property |
Sorry i can not help with this question. I used hotel parking whenever i visited Fort Worth. There are several public parking facilities but i am not sure of cost and whether there are unlimited drive in/out privileges.