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Stockyard National Historic District
Fort Worth Texas

Stockyards National Historic District is a 125 area of Fort Worth that contains cattle pens and restored buildings that were used during Fort Worth's cattle boom days.

Exchange Street is the district's main street. It is lined with western shops, saloons, galleries, resturants and hitching posts with horses tied to them.

A highlight of the district is witnessing the daily cattle drives. Each day at 11:30 AM and 4:00 PM, longhorn cattle that are descendants of cattle owned by Christopher Columbus are driven through the district.

Stockyards Hotel, the district's centerpiece, is also located on Exchange Street. The hotel is furnished with antiques and object art that reflect the Old West. Open since 1907, Stockyards hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been home to cattle barons, cowboys, Country Music kings and queens, and even outlaws.

Hyatt Place Historic Stockyard

Located in the center of Fort Worth's Stockyards National Historic District, Hyatt Place Historic Stockyard is only steps away from 25 Stockyards District shops and restaurants. Amenities include a self-registration kiosk, a TV den, an e-room with free access to a public computer and printer, a free continental breakfast, oversized indoor heated spa, 24-hour fitness room. More info...

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