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Fort Worth, TX

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About Fort Worth, TX

Once a gritty, hurly burly frontier town, Fort Worth has blossomed into a world-class city. Replete with museums, music venues, art museums and restaurants, Fort Worth has quickly become a cultural destination.
 
There's still plenty of fun for cowboys and cowgirls at heart; celebrating Western heritage is a Fort Worth specialty; after all, it is the home of the Stockyards National Historic District as well as The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.
 
Fort Worth has a reputation of being a safe and friendly place; the local zoo is ranked as one of the top five zoos in the nation, a point of interest for residents of all ages. Additionally, residents can enjoy several professional league ball parks, Six Flags and the Texas Motor Speedway.
 
Located in the northern part of Texas, Fort Worth residents enjoy mild winters and toasty summers (average high hovers around 95 degrees). The city has a public transportation system; the bus which is referred to as the 'T' and the Trinity Rail System help shuttle residents in and around the city.
  

Local Experts Serving Fort Worth, TX

Williams Trew, an Ebby Halliday Company

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