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Colloquially known as the place 'Where the West Begins,' Fort Worth is steeped in cowboy feel.
Fort Worth became famous during the great open-range cattle drives of the late 1800s, when 10 million head of cattle passed through the city on the Chisholm Trail. Today you can see a mini–cattle drive and rodeos on Saturday night.
Down in the Cultural District visitors flock to the Cowgirl Museum and the collection of art galleries, and Sundance Square's restaurants and bars make up the 'kick-up-your-heels' downtown.