Free Downtown Fort Worth Walking Tours

Come to the next walking tour:

Saturday, September 15th – “Fort Worth – A Southern Exposure!”

Join us for a free walking tour of downtown Fort Worth.

Join us for a free walking tour of Fort Worth’s near south side. This month we’ll learn about the history of the area including some famous businesses that were established here, some beautiful architecture and the impact of the railroad, the Great Southside Fire of 1909 and the 1889 Spring Palace. Now the exciting area is home to shops, factories, churches and craft breweries. Come join us to learn all about this deeply historic part of Fort Worth

Just make your reservations (space is limited) and come enjoy the 2-3 mile walk through downtown Fort Worth with lots of stops along the way. We start at the historic T&P Train Station in the resident’s lounge (behind the revolving brass door) at 9:00 am.


The monthly tours are guided by knowledgeable and entertaining history buffs who share a love of Fort Worth. Free parking at meters along W Lancaster Avenue or paid parking in the lot in front of The T&P building.

Click here to visit the walkFW Facebook Page to learn about our next walking tour of downtown Fort Worth. Space is limited each month.


About the tour organizers, Tim & Donna Young:

From their cozy home atop the historic T&P Passenger Terminal Tim operates Fort Worth Texas Real Estate, a boutique residential brokerage, selling homes throughout North Texas. Tim is especially active in the downtown condo market. Donna is a Senior Vice President with Wells Fargo in downtown Fort Worth..

Tim and Donna support anything that makes our city a more interesting, safe and fun place to spend time. At every downtown event, production, restaurant, residential development and public space we have an opportunity to come together as a community.

Downtown Fort Worth Walking Tours are a free community event sponsored every month by Fort Worth Texas Real Estate. Donna & Tim invite you to come learn about Fort Worth’s fascinating history!