With more than 35 shops within the Stockyards district, the re-imagined Mule Alley and historic Exchange Avenue, there is something for everyone. Discover western legacy brands, apparel boutiques, artisan shops, Texas souvenirs, home accessories and lifestyle shops.
RESTAURANTS & BARS
Enjoy the mix of locally and nationally known casual to fine dining restaurants and bars showcasing a variety of Texas-style dining options. Restaurants include acclaimed restaurateurs and chefs Tim Love, Jason Boso, Marcus Paslay, Grady Spears and more.
From the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive and historic tours to live music at Billy Bob’s and rodeos and events at Cowtown Coliseum, immerse yourself in the culture of the American West that can only be found here.
A world-renowned Fort Worth attraction, the city’s designated Cultural District is home to one of the finest collections of museums, galleries and performance spaces in America, including the Kimbell Art Museum, Texas Cowgirl Hall of Fame and the Amon Carter Museum.
Fort Worth’s downtown is a lively hub of discovery and activity. Enjoy dining and shopping at Sundance Square, live entertainment at Bass Performance Hall and education and exploration at the
Fort Worth Zoo.
Home of the new Dickies Arena, Will Rogers Memorial Center, TCU and Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth is a great place to be a sports fan. For a professional game, venture nearby to AT&T Stadium and American Airlines Center.
Coming to the
Stockyards Early 2020
Hotel Drover is the pride and glory of the thoughtfully restored horse and mule barns on Mule Alley. The 100-year-old historic barns are now home to innovative food and beverage venues, live entertainment, artisans and merchant shops all with one common bond: authentic craft with iconic style.
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Ain’t nothin’ like ridin’ a fine horse in new country.
- Anonymous cowboy