Things to do in Fort Worth – January 29

Cowtown is Funtown this Weekend!

Spend an afternoon at Fire Station No. 1

Second and Commerce Streets

http://www.dfwchild.com/Places-to-go/213/Fire-Station-No-1

This satellite exhibit of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, located in downtown Fort Worth, showcases a scale model of Fort Worth when established in 1849, an interactive bunkhouse model with a film about Charlie Bell and more. The Fire Station makes a great afternoon educational trip for school-aged kids

Free Outdoor & Lifestyle Seminars

cabelas

Cabela’s

January 31-February 1

http://www.cabelas.com/stores/store_info.jsp?pageName=011#events

Cabela’s offers a variety of free seminars this weekend. It’s in your nature!

  • Waders for Winter Fishing
  • GPS for Winter Hiking
  • Water Purification Know How
  • Cabela’s Home Style French Fries
  • Smokers Made Easy
  • Proper Boots for your Winter Hunting
  • Winter Deep Water Fishing Tips & Techniques

In addition to offering quality outdoor merchandise, the massive 230,000 sq. ft. showroom is host to educational and entertainment attractions, featuring a décor of museum-quality animal displays, huge aquariums and trophy animals interacting in realistic recreations of their natural habitats.

FREE Admission to Three Great Fort Worth Museums

FREE Admission to Three Great Fort Worth Museums

Through February 7

http://www.fwmuseum.org/

http://www.cowgirl.net/

http://www.cattleraisersmuseum.org/

If you will be attending the Stock Show & Rodeo this year, be sure and hang onto your ticket stubs and take part in the “Moo-seum” program. With your rodeo or grounds admission ticket you can get FREE admission through February 7 to The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame or the Cattle Raisers Museum.

Yank or Reb, the Texas Civil War Museum is a Must See!

http://www.texascivilwarmuseum.com/

The Texas Civil War Museum maintains the most comprehensive collection of artifacts west of the Mississippi River. Best known for its military collections, it also holds significant collections of domestic objects and historic flags, personal items and artifacts, and postwar Victorian attire. The Texas Civil War Museum is a rare partnership in that it contains private collections and a collection in public trust.   Artifact collections total approximately 4,000 items rotating on exhibit.

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