Top 10 Things to Do this Weekend in FW

We’re going to be out and about the next few days but we’ll be back Monday with a couple of restaurant reviews, a report on the Texas Regional Radio Awards Show, a recipe that promises to spice up any burger and a Day-Trippin’ feature.

Meanwhile – here are our Top 10 personal picks for things to do this weekend in Fort Worth

1. Visit the FW Botanical Gardens and take a stroll through the Japanese Gardens to catch a glimpse of its colorful pink blossoms. Don’t forge the Butterflies in the Garden exhibit in the Conservatory.

2. Visit the historic Stock Yards and catch the cattle drive (Daily at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.) More info

3. Visit the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge on Saturday morning and take a hike. Hikes are free and begin at 10 a.m. sharp. Be sure to bring water and dress for the weather.

4. Visit Kincaid’s Hamburgers for lunch.

5. Take a drive out of the city in search of bluebonnets. I hear 1-20 is a great route.

6. Support the Arts in FW and visit a local museum. The Amon Carter Museum is offering a free film screening; a Double Wild West Feature on Saturday beginning at 10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Rango
12:30–1 p.m. Refreshments
1–4:15 p.m. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

7. The FW Museum of Science and History is currently showcasing the Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body. They also have a film screening on Sundays – this month’s theme is Mad Scientists.  March 25, 2012 – Who Killed Doc Robbin? (Hal Roach Studios; 1948) George Zucco plays the elusive Dr. Hugo Robbin, a nuclear researcher whose disappearance sends a gang of neighborhood children on a wild chase.

8. This is the last weekend to catch the Sandra Day O’Conner exhibit at the National Cowgirl Museum.

9. Visit the Log Cabin Village and experience what life was like in Fort Worth in the 1840’s.

10.  Visit the duck pond in Trinity Park, bring along a picnic lunch – the weather promises to be beautiful!

Visit the Log Cabin Village and go back in time...

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