The area includes numerous hotels, restaurants, condos, lofts, shops, museums, bars, clubs, a movie theatre, performing arts, concerts and festivals throughout the year. The former downtown Woolworth’s Building, as well as Burk Burnett Building, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A mural on one building commemorates the Fort Worth segment of the Chisholm Trail cattle drives of 1867-1875. The district is also the location of the Bass Performance Hall. The beautiful Sundance Square Plaza, located in the heart of historic Downtown Fort Worth, is the perfect place to dine, shop and have a cup of coffee as you sit outside under the umbrellas.
Fort Worth, Texas, the largest city in Tarrant County, has one of the best downtowns in the state, and beautiful Sundance Square is at the heart of it all. Its brick roads, unique buildings, and tall green trees, all surrounding the Tarrant County Courthouse, are a delight. I never tire of walking around the upbeat square. It’s an urban area of Fort Worth where downtown residents and visitors alike come out to play and unwind after a busy day. You could absolutely get lost in this part of town — lost in a good way, that is! It’s a safe, clean, and gorgeous area, and best of all, it’s very walkable.
Sundance Square offers 35 square blocks of shops, entertainment venues, galleries, fine-dining restaurants, and charming restored buildings. Whether you’re planning to visit for a long-awaited date night or a major shopping spree, Sundance Square has plenty to do. And, after a long day of exploring all the area has to offer, you can relax on the Sundance Square Plaza under an umbrella while marveling at the water fountains and the mural depicting the Chisholm Trail. If you’re lucky, there might even be a free concert playing in the plaza. At night, lights sparkle in the trees above.