Tarrant County Courthouse, Fort Worth
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I was on a solo trip to FW and staying near the courthouse so decided to walk over during some free time. So glad I did. I enjoyed admiring the ceiling and architecture as I walked through. I also ver... read more »
Stopped in and had a very interesting overview by the security guard. Really beautiful architecture and interesting self tour.
We primarily visited here because of seeing it in the Walker Texas Ranger series but it also has a small free museum and several pictures in the hallways that show you how it was built, Doesn't take l... read more »
Ok, except for the security check. Guards were nice and have warm hand. Lots of nice old photos on the walls. Also a bit of a museum if you want to pass through security.
Just a bunch of awful human beings... 372ND.... Sorry excuse for a justice system.
Love the courthouse
Not too bad. Its funny to watch the guys who couldn't be real cops act as them. Poor guys.
My experience was good i think , they were nice to me
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