Besides the DFW Airport Visitor Information, the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau (tel. 800/433-5747 or 817/336-8791; www.fortworth.com) maintains tourist information centers downtown on Sundance Square at 415 Throckmorton St. (tel. 817/336-8791); in the Stockyards National Historic District at 130 E. Exchange Ave. (tel. 817/624-4741); and in the Cultural District at 3401 W. Lancaster Ave. (tel. 817/882-8588). Of the three, only the one in the Stockyards is open Sundays (noon-5pm).
The city's events hot line is tel. 817/332-2000.
Fort Worth lies just west of I-35, which runs north-south. Fort Worth for most visitors means three distinct districts, which the city calls the "Western Triangle": the Stockyards National Historic District, 2 miles north of downtown; historic downtown, which includes Sundance Square, just north of I-30, running east-west; and the Cultural District, 2 miles west of downtown.
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