Backyard Traveler: Downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square
My home base is the city of Dallas in the great state of Texas. And, usually when I’m between trips to Europe and elsewhere, home is where I get caught up with family and friends and usually put my traveler hat aside…which honestly makes no sense.
Even though some of the things I plan to write about, I see on a regular basis, that doesn’t mean these sites don’t deserve attention. And, since I love exploring and finding out more information about all kinds of sites then why not those sites in my own backyard.
Earlier this month, I participated in my second Dallas Photo Walk. This time, we explored a small portion of Fort Worth, dubbed “Cowtown,” or better yet, “The City of Cowboys and Culture.”
And, the small portion we explored? The walking heart of downtown Fort Worth with its 35 blocks of shopping, dining, office, entertainment and dining area better known as Sundance Square. Filled with red-brick streets, charming courtyards, gorgeous landscaping, an expansive plaza and holiday decorations all add that mix of modern, historic and definitely holiday festive cowboy flair.