Title: 100 Things to Do in Fort Worth Before You Die
Author: Celestina Blok
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Call it Cowtown, Funky Town, or Where the West begins, but definitely don’t call it Dallas.
Fort Worth is one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, where Western heritage and friendly Texas hospitality converge across several diversely unique districts, from the historic Stockyards to the eclectic Near Southside.
In 100 Things to Do in Fort Worth Before You Die, local writer and third-generation Fort Worth native Celestina Blok guides readers through an insider tour of “must-do’s” in her hometown. From sipping salt-rimmed margaritas in a restaurant line to doing the chicken dance at the dinner table, iconic Fort Worth experiences abound. Watch a concert on an innertube in front of Texas’ only waterfront stage. Discover hidden waterfalls at the bottom of winding, wooded trails. Take Sunday afternoon two-step lessons at Fort Worth’s oldest dance hall. Catch skyline views from one of Fort Worth’s many rooftop patios, or cheer on professional bull riders at the world’s only year-round rodeo.
Even longtime residents will find new ways to experience their beloved city thanks to suggested itineraries for family-friendly excursions, date nights, outdoor adventures, historic and artistic tours, and more. So, pull on your boots (or keep reading to learn where to purchase a pair) and get ready to experience the city of cowboys and culture.