Free Downtown Fort Worth Walking Tours

Come to the next walking tour:

Saturday, May 11th – “Heart of the City Tour”



Join us for a free walking tour of downtown Fort Worth. This month we learn about the heart of downtown. See where the city developed around municipal buildings in the vicinity of today’s City Hall. We’ll talk about some of Fort Worth’s earliest businessmen and civic leaders and discover what the city looked like when they went to work each day. 

Everyone is welcome to join us on this fascinating tour sponsored by Fort Worth Texas Real Estate. We’ll depart at 9:00 am from the Resident’s Lounge at the T&P Station (221 W Lancaster Ave). Free parking is available at meters along W Lancaster Avenue or pay to park in the lot out front. Breakfast burritos are provided by Tim Young.

So there will be plenty of burritos & tour guides please RSVP. This tour is free to individuals and families. For larger groups reasonably priced tours can be arranged by contacting Dr. Selcer at 817-731-3875.

This is always a great event and an opportunity to see and learn more about the history of our unique and special city.

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!