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Sundance Square, Fort Worth

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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Sundance Square is the namesake of the Sundance Kid from American folklore. Explore the Western-themed area, which features bars, restaurants, and boutiques on the lower floors of the buildings. See the mural of the 19th-century Chisholm Trail cattle drive on one of the historical buildings. Put Sundance Square into our Fort Worth travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Fort Worth.
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  • I'm a local realtor and work a whole lot of relocation. In a short few days I have a lot of ground to cover as my clients are here to find their perfect home. At the end of each day, my clients are ex...  read more »
  • Sundance square always has different art displayed and beautiful fountains running. There's lots of great restaurants and pubs within walking distance. Tons of free parking in the evening and always a...  read more »
  • Do you know how you go to the big city, and you are worried about your own life? Let alone your children? Well this is the place that allows you to relax a little more. Great police and security every...  read more »
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