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National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth
(3.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and celebrates women, past and present, whose lives exemplify the courage, resilience, and independence that helped shape the American West, and fosters an appreciation of the ideals and spirit of self-reliance they inspire.
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  • Were taken along to the museum during a visit to the stockyards, great place, well worth a visit if you have the chance during a trip to Fort Worth 
  • This museum and hall of fame is a must stop for anyone visiting Fort Worth. Featuring great, interactive exhibits that tell the story of the American Cowgirl, you'll be engrossed by the stories and le...  more »
  • I'll start off by letting everyone know I'm not a big fan of cowgirls or anything to that nature. However, this museum is so well put together I throughly enjoyed it. I loved the holograms of Annie Oa...  more »
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  • Such interesting history! Even better I was able to take my toddler without an issue, unlike most museums. Lots of women empowerment stuff. Beautiful details throughout. Definitely worth the visit.
  • A must visit while Cowtown. Showcasing the history of the cowgirl and all the amazing clothing and artifacts that are part of history. From back in the wild West to TV Westerns and today's modern cowgirl. Loved seeing all costumes and reading all the stories. It's right next to the Fort Worth museum of Science and History too, so you can check out both in the same day.
  • The architecture of this museum is wonderful and some of the exhibits are just breath taking. There are many wonderful artifacts, but I would have liked to see more history into the women that opened the sport for future generations.
  • Wonderful exhibits that promote "girl power". "You go girl" takes on new meaning to describe the contributions women have made in the West. Kid-friendly but meaningful to grown ups as well.
  • lots of good information in a beautiful museum about the cowgirls in the wild wild west showtime era. Have to be a horse lover to fully appreciate it