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Your ultimate guide to tours of Fort Worth

Explore Cowtown through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.


Imagine if you could take this photo yourself on a helicopter tour.

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Whether you’re a lifelong Fort Worthian longing to embrace your inner tourist, or you have a limited amount of time in Cowtown, here are 15 tours guaranteed to show you the sights you want to see.

Note: Price estimates are based on individual adult rates available at the time of publishing. Check each company’s website to see current pricing.


Cruise around Cowtown in style with a segway tour.

Top tours

Downtown Segway Adventure | $65+
Roll through Panther City on a 90-minute segway tour full of fun facts and photo ops.

Epic Helicopter Tour | $425+ for three people
Take to the sky with an aerial tour that buzzes above downtown, the Stockyards, the Cultural District, and the University area.

Fort Worth Tours | $75-$130
Local historian Dawson Granade leads this guided tour that features 25+ sites, including the Tarrant County Courthouse, Thistle Hill, and LaGrave Field.


Food tours are great for large groups, company outings, or visiting friends.

Eat and drink

Bike and BBQ Tour | $125
Hop on a Pedego electric bike and cruise through downtown sites, Panther Island, Trinity Trails, and the Stockyards with a final stop at at Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que.

Taco + Margarita Bus Tour | $65-$95
Enjoy tacos and margs at multiple restaurants on this 3-hour private bus tour for groups of 12-40 people with Eat This Fort Worth.

Sundance Square Food, History, and Architecture Tour | $44+
Take a walking tour through downtown with tastings at Little Red Wasp, Riscky’s BBQ, Reata, and Melt Ice Cream.

The Fort Worth Stockyards

Walk down memory lane along the Stockyards’ historic bricks.

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All in on the history

Stockyards Walking Tour | $5+
Step back into the Wild West with a guided tour of Exchange Avenue featuring timeless stories.

Fairmount Historic Homes Tour | $15-$20
The annual tour happens on Mother’s Day Weekend and features a rotating collection of historic homes and sites in one of Fort Worth’s oldest neighborhoods.

Step on Tours | $50-$75 depending on group size
Trade the walking for a tour of the Historic Stockyards from the comfort of a van, bus, or motor coach.

FTW-Cowtown mural

Experience the magic of Funkytown’s street art.

Art is all around

Stars of the Stockyards | Free
Take a self-guided tour through the art of Western cinema featuring eight famous stops where icons, television series, and movies were filmed.

Gallery Night | Free
The semi-annual event opens 30+ galleries and museums across the city for a day of art tours in the spring + fall.

Trinity Mural Tour | $75
Bike along the outdoor gallery to see 25 mural sites across 12 miles of riverfront.


The Stockyards Hotel was established in 1907 and has seen its share of spooky stories.

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Get ghosted

Ghost Tour | $17+
Don’t get spooked while you uncover the paranormal past of the Stockyards with stops at the Cadillac Hotel, Miss Molly’s B&B + the Stockyards Hotel.

True Crime Tour | $17-$25 | Fridays during October-December
More afraid of baddies than ghosties? Learn about the unsavory history of Hell’s Half Acre.

Phantom Glory Ghost Tour | $35
Discover the dark side of human nature at the 90-minute walking tour downtown (for ages 16+).

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