Today, the Fort Worth, TX, community is bursting with opportunity. From historical attractions to sprawling parks, lively shopping districts and the nearly countless museums, there’s something here to satisfy every interest. And thanks to the city’s characteristically friendly nature, the best things for seniors to do in Fort Worth are, more often than not, simply the best things for anyone to do.
If taking in the beauty of your surroundings is appealing to you, then you’ll have a spectacular variety of options at your fingertips. The Fort Worth Botanical Garden features ornately manicured grounds, ever-changing event calendars and a discounted rates for seniors. The Botanical Research Institute of Fort Worth is another wonderful destination for seniors with a passion for nature. The Institute hosts many different activities for seniors and serves as a terrific resource for those wanting to learn more about the latest developments in nature conservation.
If you’re headed downtown, the architecturally remarkable Fort Worth Water Gardens are a uniquely tranquil urban oasis that shouldn’t be missed. And luckily for local seniors who love to get out and about, the city also maintains more than 200 other parks and community spaces, ripe with green spaces, trails and the freedom to come and go as you please.
Also in the city-center are several destinations where world-class musical artistry is commonplace. The Bass Performance Hall is a breathtaking venue playing host to Broadway shows, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and other popular acts. The inescapable drama and intrigue of the Fort Worth Opera are at home just a few short blocks down East 4th Street. And some of the top, young classical pianists from around the globe can be found playing all over town courtesy of The Cliburn.
Perhaps you want to take a trip to the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District for an Old West adventure. Along with guided educational tours and twice-daily cattle drives, this quintessential Fort Worth, Texas, landmark features several wonderful places to eat, shop and be entertained. Or check out West 7th’s Montgomery Plaza, another location with historical significance, which boasts a happening mix of retail shops and restaurants on the ground floor of its now residential upper levels.
Last but not least, this brings you to Fort Worth’s renowned Cultural District – an area chock full of places to marvel at masterful works of art and uncover the natural wonders of the world. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum of American Art and Fort Worth Museum of Science and History all reside within only a few blocks of one another. Each of these great institutions hosts countless senior events throughout the year, and each celebrates a distinctly different dimension of history, art, science and culture.
The Will Rogers Memorial Center and National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame also live in this enlightening and entertaining district, and both offer a window into the past, present, and future of livestock and rodeo culture through events, education and special exhibitions.
Of course, residents of The Stayton at Museum Way are no strangers to any of these attractions, as they’re conveniently nestled right between West 7th and the Fort Worth Cultural District, directly adjacent to the always popular Trinity Park. Plus, those who call this community home also enjoy a lively and rewarding culture all their own – with special events, internationally inspired culinary experiences, and personal transportation always at the ready to take them wherever they’d like to go.
Stop by for a visit today and see how The Stayton could anchor your life in the center of all the best things to do in Fort Worth.