Fort Worth

Known as the “City of Cowboys and Culture,” Fort Worth is a destination redefined. New and renovated hotel offerings, restaurants and exciting tourism venues are enhancing the city’s reputation as one of the premier leisure travel destinations in the nation. Named the #4 value friendly destination in the United States by, Fort Worth attracts 5.4 million visitors per year.

Trains arrive at the Intermodal Transportation Center, the hub for bus, taxi and rail service in Fort Worth--just blocks from Sundance Square, a 35-block entertainment district in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. There you will find plenty of shopping, theaters and fine cuisine. Best of all, Fort Worth’s downtown is walkable and safe! Just minutes from downtown, the Cultural

District is home to five museums -- National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum of Modern Art, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, and the Museum of Science & History. Another great museum, located in historic Sundance Square, is the free admission Sid Richardson Art Museum, with a collection of Western-themed art.

Enjoy the outdoors at the Botanic Gardens and the Fort Worth Zoo. Also nearby, the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District is one of Texas’ most popular attractions. Learn the heritage of the city and have a little fun too – Billy Bob’s Texas is the “world’s largest honky tonk” and the Cowboy Coliseum offers rodeos every Friday and Saturday nights. Be sure to watch your step in the Stockyards— the “Fort Worth Herd” cattle drive runs twice daily!

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Amtrak Station Information

1001 Jones Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102

• Staffed station
• Checked baggage service
• Help with baggage
• Enclosed waiting area
• Restrooms
• Payphones
• Paid short-term parking
• Paid long-term parking
• Vending
• Fully accessible to persons using wheelchairs