English architect Howard Messer designed and built this magnificent home in 1899 for Fort Worth Cattle Baron William H. Eddleman. ... More
English architect Howard Messer designed and built this magnificent home in 1899 for Fort Worth Cattle Baron William H. Eddleman. Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House is situated on a high bluff overlooking former pastureland and features stoic, towering gables, meticulously ornate trim, a red sandstone porch and copper finials in a traditional Victorian exterior. The interior is also exceptionally elaborate, with dark parquet floors, magnificent oak paneling and original, handcrafted wooden frameworks.
Often referred to as the state's oldest art museum, this facility has been in existence since 1892. The Modern Art
Museum now houses more than 2800 sculptures, paintings, prints, photographs and other artworks created since World War II. The ...
The nationally acclaimed Fort Worth Zoo is a pioneer in using natural habitats to showcase animals. Exotic animals are kept
out of cages and left to freely roam in a natural environment. On most occasions, visitors are separated from ...
Fragrant and serene, Fort Worth's Botanical Gardens offer more than 2,100 acres of trails and garden exhibits in one of
the oldest and largest natural settings in North Texas. An extensive greenhouse area, housed in the garden's conservatory, showcases ...