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Leonard's Museum, Fort Worth

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In 1918, Marvin Leonard opened a small store that sold groceries and salvaged merchandise. He was soon joined by his brother Obie and the store grew to occupy over six blocks in downtown Fort Worth. Leonard Brothers became a store so large that even to this day it dwarfs anything that any single retail user has ever tried to accomplish. The Leonard Brothers invented the superstore and was a cross between a modern day super store and a shopping mall. It was a place to purchase merchandise and a place to meet up with friends. Going to Leonard’s on a Saturday was an event that the whole family looked forward to doing together whether they traveled to the store from across town or from across the state.
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TripAdvisor
  • As I scanned a list of things to do and see in Forth Worth I noticed the Leonard's Department Store Museum. I remembered having visited the store with my parents numerous times as a child. The museum ...  more »
  • This great little (tiny) museum, dedicated to one of the country's most iconic and innovative old department stores (no longer in business) will be interesting to anyone interested in "classic" family...  more »
  • A cool museum that is an accurate blast from the past of Fort Worth. The grill has variety of burgers and fries. I ordered the tomato basil soup (bowl was about $8) and it was worth it. Will go back.  more »
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  • Beautiful little shop to learn a bit about sweet Americana.