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National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame, Fort Worth, Texas

1720 Gendy St, Fort Worth, Texas

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    • Little kids (3-5)
    • Tweens (9-12)
  • Visited: July 2013
  • Submitted: Jul 18, 2013
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Fun museum for the girls...but a bit pricey

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Be prepared to pay a high price.

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    • Little kids (3-5)
    • Big kids (6-8)
  • Visited: October 2011
  • Submitted: Jan 26, 2013
  • Traveled with:
    Little Kids (3-5) and Big Kids (6-8)

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Our favorite Museum in Fort Worth

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Don't miss the area especially for the youngsters- Jessie from Toy Story was a special inductee! Save $$ on your admission by purchasing tickets at the Science Museum next door!

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Submitted by: Lauren F.

Visited this museum in December with high expectations.  Really beautiful building in the museum district but I felt like the museum was geared more towards children (little girls) than adults--not quite what I had envisioned.   I could have g...

Submitted by: Stephanie D.

Now THIS is a museum! Kelly G. covered a lot of the highlights in her review, but I was so impressed with the exhibit I have to give out some amens as well. There is an abundance of all things cowgirl packed into a fairly small location. From the glitz and glamour of Dale Rogers' costumes to the gritty images of early cowgirls riding the range in the wild west (back when it was really still wild folks), this museum covers it all and everything in between. A twist I especially enjoyed was the inclusion of women who made an impact on the history of the west, and not just gals who rode horses for a living. The day I went there was an exhibit honoring Georgia O'Keefe and her artistic impressions of various areas...

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