"Sundance Square" Sundance Square Tip by sswagner
Sundance Square, Fort Worth: 7 reviews and 19 photos
Fort Worth appears to have three main areas that cater to tourism. They are; The Cultural District, the Stockyards, and Sundance Square in downtown. Here, one can see a variety of architecture from Art Deco to the modern glass skyscrapers. There are many reminders that Fort Worth is "Cowtown" in the form of murals, statues, and other features. The Bass Performance Hall is found near one corner of the square. I always like to visit the huge Barnes and Noble bookstore that spans two floors and extends for a city block. There are many clubs and restaurants all around. Parking is easy on the weekends (unless there is a major event). A lot is in the center of the square, and a large garage is nearby. Both are free on the weekends. Downtown Fort Worth has changed over the years. The square attracts many businesses and people for a visit. Almost all of the downtown sites are easily reachable from the square. There are also two movie theaters in the immediate area. One should find plenty to do here in a visit.
Directions: Off of the I-30 and get off onto either Main or Commerce.
Phone: 817-336-8791or 800-433-5747
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