Sleep Inn & Suites
1911 Wall Street
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 594-9699
Fax: (817) 594-9098
Take a historic tour of this 20th-century rural Texas train station, which looks very much like it did when it was built in 1914. Group tours are available.
An Old Western jail complete with an original cell block and hanging tower. Collections of artifacts and memorabilia depicting the history of Granbury and Hood County are also available.
This historic opera house features professional musicals, plays and melodramas year-round for your enjoyment.
Offers SeaDoo rentals, Pontoon boat rentals, and lake tours for groups and individuals. They have been in business since 1997.
The Fort Worth Naval air station, besides just being a military airfield has also established itself as offering an event space center. It features a host of aircrafts on display. Aircrafts based here include F-14 Tomcat, F/A-18 Hornet amongst many significant others. For more details on the base, do visit the website.
Generations of Fort Worth families have sought relief from the hot Texas sun by diving into this cold, clear, spring-fed private lake located in northwest Fort Worth. Once a goldfish hatchery, Burger's Lake is now a one-acre, family-oriented "swimming hole" featuring tall trees, picnic tables, barbecue grills, concession stands, and tennis and volleyball courts, along with occasional sand-castle building contests and related events meant to entertain visitors. The lack of high-tech water slides or wave pools is made up for by large floating tubes, a fountain, and a trapeze for 'swinging' and 'dropping.'
Take your boat to the center of this scenic lake, cast your line, put up your feel and just relax! Though Lake Worth is popular amongst locals and tourists alike, Marine Creek Lake is more peaceful and laid-back. It offers unparalleled fishing grounds and picnic areas, as well as superior sailing and skiing facilities. Don't forget to check out the beautiful Marine Creek Lake Park on the banks of the lake.
Located inside the Museum of Science and History, this domed theater is a tribute to the past, present and the future technological history. With a capacity for 390 people, the theater features 72 speakers unloading 18,600 watts off sound. It is best to arrive at least a half-hour before the presentation time, as no late seating is allowed.
The Amon Carter Museum has one of the largest permanent collections of American Art. The artwork consists of pieces from the 1830s to the late 20th Century from great American artists such as Alexander Calder, Thomas Cole, Thomas Eakins, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Alfred Stieglitz. There is also a permanent exhibit of Amon Carter's personal collection of Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, who are considered to be the best artists of the American West. With more than 30,000 prints, the museum has one of the finest photography collections in the US.
The Will Rogers Memorial Center houses The Will Rogers Coliseum which is a great place to catch up on some good old rodeo action and re-live the days of the old west. The Coliseum has permanent seating facilities for 6000 people. Some of the world's most famous and heart-stopping rodeo contests take place here during the Southwestern Exposition and Life-stock Show. The Coliseum hosts other sporting events too.
Built in 1970, the Japanese Garden is a part of Fort Worth Botanic Gardens and is spread across 7.5 acre. Much of the beautiful trees and plants of the garden were brought from the city of Nagaoka, Japan. Other attractions inside the garden include the wooden bridge, meditation garden, pagoda and a viewing deck. However, the most popular attraction inside the Japanese Garden is the pond where you can feed food palettes to number of exotic Koi fishes. Besides this, the garden is also host to concerts during the weekends as well as the annual Spring Festival and Fall Festival that celebrate Japanese art and culture. Call for more information.
Housed within the Will Rogers Memorial Center, the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall is a multi-purpose venue. Opened in 1984, it generally serves as the vendor market during the annual Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. It has a large exhibition space and also includes the old Round Up Inn, which is used as a dining space. The Texas Room within it serves as a banquet hall seating up to 10,000 guests. On days other than the Show, the Hall may be used for flea markets, cloth or paper exhibitions.