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7337 Dogwood Park
Fort Worth, TX 76118
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Things To Do in Fort Worth, TX

Cowtown Bowling Palace Cowtown Bowling Palace

Cowtown Bowling Palace has everything you need to have a great time with your loved ones for good old-fashioned fun. Whether you're looking for casual bowling, cosmic bowling, leagues, youth bowling, and tournaments, there's something for everyone. Plus, they have affordable prices that won't break the bank. And if you have small children, they have plenty of lightweight bowling balls and small shoes for kids, and plenty of bumper lanes to keep them smiling and having fun.

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Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival

Take advantage of one of the top 3 arts festivals in the U.S., the Main Street Fort Worth Art Festival. This annual April extravaganza showcases a juried art fair, live concerts, street performers, theater showcases, food tents, and more, all free of charge. You will want to experience the incredible art, fantastic music, and delicious food downtown Fort Worth offers during this festival. With over 200 juried artists from the local, regional, and national areas, this event turns downtown into Texas' most significant and revered arts festival.

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