Fort Worth – Things to do with your Team

The Texas city of Fort Worth was originally established in the 1800s as an Army outpost overlooking the Trinity River. Nowadays, Fort Worth proudly continues to embrace its storied Western heritage. There, you and your team will find many attractions that are entirely unique to the Fort Worth area, including the historic Cowtown Coliseum where you can catch a real-life rodeo show and Log Cabin Village, an attraction featuring authentic log cabins and other buildings dating back hundreds of years. These attractions and more make Fort Worth a fantastic place to experience the best that Texas has to offer with your team; their motto is “Where the West begins,” after all.


Cowtown Coliseum

Fort Worth - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsIt doesn’t get much more Texas than the rodeo, so when you’re visiting the Lone State with your team take them to Fort Worth’s historic Cowtown Coliseum for an authentic rodeo experience. Built in 1908, Cowtown Coliseum has been a Fort Worth staple for over a century, offering locals and visitors alike the chance to watch as real-life cowboys perform fantastic feats. Cowtown Coliseum is home to variety of unique events like the Stockyards Championship Rodeo and Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show. Stockyards Championship Rodeo is the world’s first indoor and only year-round rodeo in the world and takes place weekly every Friday and Saturday night. The two-hour show features bull riding, tie down roping, barrel racing, bronc riding, breakaway roping, as well as calf and mutton scrambles with prizes for the kids. Held every Saturday afternoon, Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show offers spectators the chance to step back in time to Cowtown Coliseum’s past. The show is based on actual events and stunts that occurred in the original Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show, which was first held at Cowtown Coliseum in 1909. It’s wholesome entertainment for the whole team that’s full of animals, spectacular rope tricks, bullwhips, pistols, and more! 121 East Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76106


Fort Worth Zoo

Home to more than 500 species of animals, Fort Worth Zoo is a wild place to visit with your team while during your stay in Fort Worth. Fort Worth Zoo features a wide variety of outdoor and indoor exhibits, such as World of Primates, Asian Falls, and Raptor Canyon.  The Texas Wild! Petting Corral is a hands-on experience, offering your team the chance to meet, pet, and even groom domestic goats, domestic chickens, Texas tortoises, and corn snakes. The Great Barrier Reef exhibit will take your group on a journey through the mysterious waters of the Coral Sea. In addition to its numerous exhibits, Fort Worth Zoo also has many fun attractions for kids and adults to enjoy. These attractions include the Yellow Rose Express Train, Country Carousel, the Wild West Shooting Gallery, the Swinging Swamp Bridge, Hurricane and Tornado Simulators, Tasmanian Tower rock climbing wall, and much more. There are also multiple gift shops and dining options dotted throughout the grounds of the zoo. Groups of 15 or more are eligible to receive discounted zoo admission when a reservation is made at least one week in advance. 1989 Colonial Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76110


Burger’s Lake

If there’s one thing Texas is known for, it’s hot weather. If you’re visiting Fort Worth during the summer, you’re going to need a sure-fire way to beat the fiery heat and Burger’s Lake is the place to do just that. Burger’s Lake is a 30-acre park with a one-acre spring-fed lake that’s the perfect way for your team to cool off while they play on the six diving boards, 20-foot slide, and 25-foot trapeze. The facility also includes two sandy beaches, big trees to provide some shade, a staff of certified life guards, over 300 picnic tables, charcoal grills, and more. To make a day at Burger’s Lake as affordable as it is enjoyable, call ahead at least two days in advance to inquire about group discounts if you’ll be visiting with a group of 25 or more people over the age of seven. 1200 Meandering Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76114


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

The Fort Worth Museum for Science and History is dedicated to extraordinary learning experiences for guests of all ages, meaning that your whole group is sure to have an amazing day of discovery! From spaces that are as informative as they are entertaining in Innovation Studios to the Noble Planetarium where your team will get the opportunity to learn about the mysteries of the cosmos, exploration is what it’s all about at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History! Young children will have a blast as they unearth fossils in DinoDig or venture through the Fort Worth Children’s Museum. For a truly immersive learning experience, take the team to a presentation in the Omni Theater, an IMAX Dome. 1600 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107


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Main Event Entertainment

You and your team are in for a fun-tastic time at Main Event Entertainment, an upscale, family-friendly entertainment venue in Fort Worth. You better get your game face on because Main Event Entertainment’s unique “Eat. Bowl. Play.” experience means that they’ve got all the fun activities you could ask for in one place, including bowling, arcade games, laser tag, and more, paired with chef-inspired food served up in their onsite, full-service restaurant. 2601 Presidio Vista Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76177


Log Cabin Village

Take a step back into Texas’ past at Log Cabin Village. This one-of-a-kind attraction will let you and your team experience the sights, sounds, and smells of 19th-century Texas. Nestled on three acres of picturesque scenic land, Log Cabin Village features nine historic structures dating back to the mid-1800s, including log homes, as well as a blacksmith shop, one-room schoolhouse, smokehouse, and water-powered gristmill, each furnished with authentic artifacts. While there, your group will be treated to am immersive glimpse of what life was like back then in the Lone Star State as you interact with historical interpreters who demonstrate various frontier chores like candle making, spinning, and weaving. Group programs and tours are available. Log Cabin Village is closed on Mondays. 2100 Log Cabin Village Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76109


Hidden Valley Miniature Golf

Hidden Valley Miniature Golf is a hole in one when it comes to family fun. You and your team will have a great time seeing who the mini golf MVP of your group is as you play through Hidden Valley’s well-maintained, scenic 18-hole golf course. The course is fun for all ages. It isn’t too challenging for inexperienced players but surely won’t bore any mini golf veterans either. Once you’ve tallied up everyone’s scores you can keep the competition going with their air hockey tables and pitching cages. Hidden Valley also features a picnic area if your group is in the mood for a quick snack. 8621 Jacksboro Hwy, Lakeside, TX 76135


Flight Deck Trampoline Park

Fort Worth - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsYour team is sure to jump for joy when you bring them to West Fort Worth’s first indoor trampoline park, Flight Deck Trampoline Park. They’ll have a blast as they take flight on their massive indoor court of connected trampolines. At Flight Deck Trampoline Park how your team plays is entirely up to them! They can duck and dive on dodgeball courts, soar onto the air bag, or just jump, flip, and fly around in the open jump area. If you’re visiting Flight Deck Trampoline Park with a group of junior fliers bring them to the FDTP Academy, a separate zone in the park for younger children, for good, safe fun. All that jumping around is sure to work up a sweat so when it’s time for your team to cool down they’ll definitely want to head over to Cool Zone, Flight Deck Trampoline Park’s onsite frozen yogurt bar. Cool Zone features 24 flavors of delicious frozen yogurt such as cheesecake, triple chocolate, birthday cake, and many more. 7751 Scott St, Fort Worth, TX 76108


Everything’s bigger in Texas. It’s the second largest state in the United States, just behind Alaska. When it comes to having fun however, Texas is second to none. While you’re in Fort Worth with your team there’ll be no shortage of great, family-friendly attractions and other fun things to do. So if your group is looking for an authentic Texas entertainment experience during your visit, there’s no doubt you’ll find it in the “City of Cowboys and Culture.”