Population: Approx. 741,210
Fort Worth is known as the city of “cowboys and culture” and its storied history along the Chisholm Trail has earned it the nickname “Cowtown.” Fort Worth has developed into a modern city offering the best amenities that potential residents desire, with a bustling economy and managed growth. CNBC recently placed Fort Worth #4 in its list of “Best Cities to Relocate to in America” with low housing costs and low unemployment.
Fort Worth succeeds in maintaining its rich cultural heritage while advancing a variety of attractions. Fort Worth’s Cultural District includes the Amon Carter Museum, Cattle Raisers Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of
Fame and the new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. The Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge is the largest municipally-owned facility of its kind in the nation with 3,500 acres of sanctuary and 20 miles of trails. Fort Worth is also the home of Texas Christian University.
Other diverse attractions include the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, Sundance Square, Bass Performance Hall and the world’s largest honky tonk bar—Billy Bob’s.Another popular attraction is the Texas Motor Speedway, a massive motorsports venue that hosts a variety of racing events, including NASCAR Winston Cup, Busch, Craftsman Truck, Indy Racing League, racing schools and auto shows.
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