5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Texas

5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Texas

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3 Popular Attractions In Texas

  • Houston Museum of Natural Science: Science museum in Houston, Texas.
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    Fort Worth, Texas
    City of Fort Worth
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    Top to bottom, left to right: Downtown skyline, Fort Worth Stockyards, Fort Worth Botanic Gardens, Fort Worth Water Gardens, and Paddock Viaduct
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    Official seal of Fort Worth, Texas

    Nicknames:

    Cowtown,[2] Panther City, Funkytown, Queen City of the Prairie[3]
    Motto(s):

    “Where the West begins”;[2] “Crossroads of Cowboys & Culture”

    Interactive map of Fort Worth
    Coordinates:

    32°45′N 97°20′W / 32.750°N 97.333°W / 32.750; -97.333Coordinates: 32°45′N 97°20′W / 32.750°N 97.333°W / 32.750; -97.333

    Country United States
    State Texas
    Counties Tarrant, Denton, Parker, Wise, Johnson[1]
    Incorporated 1874[4]
    Named for William J. Worth
    Government

    •Type Council-Manager
    •Body City Council
    Mayor Mattie Parker
    City Manager David Cooke
    City Council
    List
    Area

    •Total 355.56sqmi (920.89km2)
    •Land 347.27sqmi (899.44km2)
    •Water 8.28sqmi (21.45km2)
    Elevation

    653ft (199m)
    Population

    (2022)[6]
    •Total 958,692
    •Rank 13th in the United States
    5th in Texas
    •Density 2,646.11/sqmi (1,021.65/km2)
    Demonym(s) Fort Worthian
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    ZIP codes
    76008, 76036, 76101-76124, 76126-76127, 76129-76137, 76140, 76147-76148, 76150, 76155, 76161-76164, 76166, 76177, 76179-76182, 76185, 76190-76193, 76195-76199, 76244
    Area codes 682 and 817
    FIPS code 48-27000
    GNIS feature ID 1380947[7]
    Primary airport Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
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    Passenger rail Amtrak
    Trinity Railway Express
    TEXRail
    Website fortworthtexas.gov

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    5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Texas

    The second largest state in the US, Texas – aka the “Lone Star State” – features a wealth of natural assets and cultural attractions. Geographically, its south central location offers a diversity of landscapes, from desert regions and cave systems to mountains, canyons, and the splendid coastal scenery along the Gulf of Mexico. Its world-class cities are also a big draw and are packed with tourist attractions. Highlights include San Antonio's superb River Walk (not to mention the famous Alamo); the galleries and museums of Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston; the State Capitol in Austin; and the Space Center in Houston. Texas is also one of the most multicultural states, and Spanish influences in particular are still evident thanks to its status as a former colony of Spain

    1. The Alamo
    2. President Kennedy and the Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas
    3. Space Center Houston
    4. Big Bend National Park
    5. San Antonio's Spectacular River Walk

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    Texas, United States, American, Top-Rated, Tourist Attraction, Holiday, Vacation, Travel

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