Best spots to take photos in Fort Worth, TX

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It's graduation season in Fort Worth

It’s graduation season in Fort Worth | Photo by @mellowyellowpay

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Graduation season is right around the corner and you know what that means — a lot of caps and gowns are floating around town for photo ops.

To celebrate that special moment we’ve highlighted nine of the best spots for graduation photos around the city — no matter where you’re graduating from.

TCU Campus

TCU Campus | Photo by FTWtoday

Texas Christian University, 2800 S. University Dr.

Capture the last moments on campus with a photo by the iconic TCU sign (in front of M.E. Sadler Hall) or next to the fountains by Scharbauer Hall.

Texas Wesleyan University

Texas Wesleyan University. | Photo via @texaswesleyan

Texas Wesleyan University, 1201 Wesleyan St.

Head to the Canafax Clock Tower on E. Rosedale Street — Eunice and James L. West Library — for a larger-than-life backdrop.

FTW-Tarrant County College

Tarrant County College has six campuses. | Photo by Tarrant County College

Tarrant County College, Multiple locations

Stop by the curved fountain and round Idea Store building on Belknap Street at the Trinity River campus. Or head to the central green space on South Campus (5301 Campus Dr.) for a tree-filled backdrop.

The Rose Garden

The Rose Garden was originally built in 1933 | Photo via @Messicajesser

Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.

With 23 specialty gardens, your graduation photos are bound to look enchanting — especially with the spring flowers in bloom.

Trinity Park

Trinity Park | Photo by FTWtoday

Trinity Park + Trails, 2401 University Dr.

Take in the serene nature with skyline views, the backdrop of the West 7th Street bridge, or our personal favorite spot, a waterfall that sits between Bellaire Drive South and Art Cowsen.

The Water Gardens

Fort Worth Water Gardens | Photo by @vphung320

Water Gardens, 1502 Commerce St.

Step away from the hustle and bustle for a futuristic vibe with this water oasis in the middle of the city.

FTW-Sundance Square Cowboy hat

The cowboy hat is on display in Sundance Square Plaza.

Sundance Square, 420 Main St.

Take a photo in front of the massive Chisholm Trail mural or step into the plaza to see the larger-than-life disco cowboy hat.

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Mule Alley is located inside the Stockyards grounds. | Photo by FTWtoday

Photo by FTWtoday

Fort Worth Stockyards, 131 E. Exchange Ave.

Take in the historic feel of the cobblestone streets + vintage wooden stables for a Western look.

Fort Worth Murals

Inspiration Alley is tucked away behind Doc’s Records & Vintage off of Carroll Street in the Foundry District. | Photo by FTWtoday

Foundry District, 200 Carroll St.

Tucked away behind Doc’s Records & Vintage you’ll find Inspiration Alley — an area filled with graffiti artwork highlighting local artists.