Feel the love throughout Fort Worth this Valentine’s Weekend
Romeo & Juliet
Bass Performance Hall
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with one of the original romance stories. Head to Bass Hall and hear the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra perform the music of Romeo and Juliet accompanying Prokofiev’s ballet suite based on the tragic Shakespearean love story.
What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
February 14-April 26
What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones is a new traveling exhibition that reveals the creative genius behind some of the most enduringly popular cartoons and animated films of all time.
Children’s Art Workshop
Sid Richardson Museum
Celebrate the museum’s new George Catlin Exhibit! Participants will spend time considering the artist’s role as recorder before mass photography, documenting the great American West, through sketches and painting. Docent guided tour includes discussion of traveling artists in the 1800s and how the act of documenting what they saw contributes to our American History today. Participants will then move to the studio classroom to create their very own scene in paint inspired by the collection.
Romantic Carriages Rides
The Valentine’s forecast is perfectly suited to enjoy the lights, Crockett Circle, and all the fun activity at West 7th by hopping on a horse drawn carriage! Pickup location is at Crockett Square, located next to Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse and across the street from Thirteen Pies.