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Tarrant County Courthouse, Fort Worth

Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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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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