The Fort Worth Water Gardens

Looking for a serene urban oasis? You’ll find it at the Fort Worth Water Gardens. This architectural gem designed by Philip Johnson in the 1970s is a true hidden treasure. Wander the walking paths under cascading waterfalls and around reflecting pools. Let the soothing sounds of splashing water carry your stress away. It’s the perfect place for a meditative stroll or just to bask in a calming atmosphere.

Insider Tip: For the best views, head to the top of the Quiet Water Pool mound. From up high, you can look out over the entire Water Gardens landscape.

Fort Worth Water Gardens
1502 Commerce St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 392-7111

Lake Worth Monster

Fort Worth has its very own version of the Loch Ness Monster legend! For decades, locals have reported sightings of a strange creature lurking in Lake Worth. Some describe it as a giant snake-like beast, others as more of a fishy serpent. And while no definitive proof exists, the tales endure. For a bit of quirky Fort Worth folklore, keep your eyes peeled for the Lake Worth Monster on your next lakeside visit!

Insider Tip: offers Lake Worth Monster tours complete with a knowledgeable guide recounting the history and key sightings. It’s a fun way to learn more about this local legend.

Lake Worth
6901 Lake Worth Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76135

Treasure Hunt at Traders Village

Traders Village bills itself as the largest flea market in Texas, but it’s so much more. With over 1,000 vendors selling antiques, crafts, jewelry, housewares, clothing, collectibles and just about everything else imaginable, it’s a treasure hunter’s paradise. Wandering the sprawling indoor and outdoor market feels like an adventure, where you never know what you might discover. Grab a bite to eat, people watch, and take home a unique souvenir.

Insider Tip: Go early on weekends when there’s an ever-changing assortment of vendors. You can easily spend hours exploring it all!

Traders Village
2602 Mayfield Rd, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
(972) 647-2331

Catch a Show at Four Day Weekend Comedy Theater

For big laughs and an intimate, engaging show, Four Day Weekend Comedy Theater can’t be beat. This legendary Fort Worth improv group puts on hilarious performances crafted on the spot from audience suggestions. No two shows are ever the same thanks to quick wit, skillful acting, and comedic chemistry. Grab dinner nearby and make a night of it.

Insider Tip: Sit close to the stage in the first few rows for the most immersive experience. You might even get pulled into the act!

Four Day Weekend Comedy Theater
312 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 226-4329

The Coyote Drive-In

Step back in time at Fort Worth’s vintage drive-in movie theater. Opened in 1950, the Coyote Drive-In is one of the last remaining drive-ins in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Load up the car or party bus, tune your radio to the movie audio, and settle in under the stars for an iconic American experience. With retro concessions like soda pops and popcorn, it’s nostalgia at its best.

Insider Tip: For the most comfortable experience, bring pillows, blankets, and fold-up chairs. Arrive early to snag the best parking spot!

Coyote Drive-In
223 NE 4th St, Fort Worth, TX 76164
(817) 923-3916

Rock Island Trolley Tour

Climb aboard Fort Worth’s vintage trolleys for a rolling tour along the Rock Island Rail Line. Knowledgeable guides share the history of Hell’s Half Acre, Cowtown’s notorious red light district. Points of interest include the Livestock Exchange Building, old saloons, and the site of the first train robbery. It’s a lively tour filled with tales of outlaws, shootouts, and more.

Insider Tip: Opt for the BYOB trolley on weekends and bring your own drinks to sip during the tour.

Rock Island Trolley Tours
1025 Commerce St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 215-8600

Trinity River Audubon Center

Nature lovers, rejoice! The Trinity River Audubon Center’s lush gardens and wooded trails offer a serene escape right in the heart of the city. Spot native birds from the observation deck, stroll through butterfly and hummingbird gardens, or wander miles of wilderness hiking paths. With friendly wildlife and gorgeous scenery, it’s a hidden gem for outdoor enthusiasts.

Insider Tip: Download the Audubon bird guide app and try to identify all the feathered species you see during your visit.

Trinity River Audubon Center
6500 Great Trinity Forest Way, Fort Worth, TX 76112
(817) 731-5580

Plan Your Trip With Fort Worth Party Bus Company

Don’t miss out on discovering Fort Worth’s incredible hidden gems. With convenient, comfortable transportation from Fort Worth Party Bus Company, getting out and exploring is a breeze. Contact us at (817) 435-8224 to book your party bus, shuttle bus, limo bus, or other vehicle rental. We’ll get your group around Fort Worth in style!