Natural and developed recreational amenities make this region ideal for those who enjoy a healthy outdoor lifestyle. Even in the cities and towns, active parks and recreation department have developed wonderful natural areas and supervised programs. From its internationally famous professional sports teams to luxurious homes and booming economy, Fort Worth is one of the nation’s most desirable places to live.

Home to a rapidly growing population and burgeoning economy, Fort Worth complements Dallas in offering the urban jewels of the Metroplex to residents and visitors. Carriage rides down Main Street, lunch in Sundance Square, or an evening of performing arts at dazzling Ball Hall combine with the excitement of historic stockyards, rodeos, and “Wild West” shows. World-class parks and museums include Kimbell Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum, Modern Art Museum, Science & History Museum, Log Cabin Village, Japanese and botanical gardens, and Forth Worth Zoo.
Every corner of the metropolis provides access to fine theatres, cinemas, libraries, schools, college campuses, neighborhood parks, and recreational centers. Strong cultural and arts organizations support symphony, ballet, opera, and a lineup of international guests artists in elegant venues. Area lakes invite water sports and outdoor adventure, while city recreation centers feature tennis courts, swimming pools, golf courses, and sports leagues. Nearby cities add the attractions of Six Flags Over Texas or the professional sports thrills of the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers. In addition to the kaleidoscope of cultural, recreational, and entertainment possibilities, Fort Worth is a city of welcoming neighborhoods. Whether your dream is a charming cottage nestled on a quiet street or a magnificent manor set back on a deep, lush lot, Fort Worth guarantees an exceptional quality of life.

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