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This building, designed by James J. Kane in the Gothic Revival style, has been in use since its completion in 1892. It features stunning hand-painted stained glass windows, which came over from Munich the year of the church's dedication. The church's bell was cast in 1889. Though damaged by the recent tornadoes that ripped through much of downtown Fort Worth, St. Patrick Cathedral still holds mass twice daily for the faithful. It was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1908.
Fort Worth Convention Center is a spacious complex and seats up to 14,000 people. It was formerly called the Tarrant County Convention Center. Being home to many professional teams like San Antonio Spurs of the NBA, it is always bustling with activities. Located within walking distance from downtown hotels, it contains exhibit halls, a ballroom, an arena and a theater. Big names such as Garth Brooks, LeAnn Rimes and Bryan White have performed here. Standard concert fare (beer, pretzels, nachos, etc.) is always available at concession stands during events.
Acre Distilling is a fine distillery producing vodka, gin and whiskeys. For any aficionado of liqueur, a tour of this place comes recommended. The setting is welcoming and maintained impeccably, the plant is at the rear end while a stunning bar occupies the entrance. Their tours are very informative, covering the nuances of distillation of these spirits and the guides are always enthusiastic about answering questions. Acre Distilling allows you to purchase their spirits on site. If you have arrived here with some extra time on your hand, do not forget to indulge in the potent cocktails crafted by Acre's master bartenders.
The Fort Worth Convention Center Arena was said to have opened in 1968 in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a well known indoor convention center and hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Of all the events hosted, some of the most notable artists that performed at this venue were Elvis Presley, Paul Mccartney, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, to name a few. The venue also hosts many sporting events and is a crowd pleaser among the visitors in the city.
Samuel Burk Burnett, who built a huge fortune on cattle ranching and oil, dedicated this three-acre stretch as a public park honoring his children. It is located next to several buildings that are entries in the National Register of Historic Places, including the US Courthouse. Backs, a four piece bronze sculpture by Henri Matisse, stands in the park's reflecting pool.
Fans of drama and live entertainment love to flock to the JFK Theatre in Fort Worth. Several classics as well as new productions have been staged here with great enthusiasm, holding the attention of audiences every moment of the play. The impressive acoustics, back-stage facilities for performers as well as the venue's infrastructure have made it popular among performers as well as audiences.