Admirers of art depicting the Old West should tack a visit to the Sid Richardson, now reopened after a yearlong renovation by noted architect David Schwarz, onto a visit at the more important Amon Carter Museum. This small but focused collection, which belonged to a Fort Worth oilman, comprises 60 paintings by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, two late-19th- and early-20th-century biggies of Western art. The museum now has a new facade and galleries. If you're not a fan of colorful renderings of wagon trails and Native Americans on horseback, this may not be your glass of whiskey, but the museum does have a couple of great saddles with silver ornamentation. Allow about a half-hour.