Sightseeing in Mockingbird Lane


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  • Log Cabin Village
    Here, kids can stroll through a village with six 1800s-era log cabins furnished with historical artifacts to get an idea of how the pioneers lived. The village also boasts a reproduction blacksmith shop, a water-powered gristmill, and a one-room schoolhouse. Visitors can also try to spot all four of the cats that live in and roam about town.
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    2100 Log Cabin Village Ln
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Fort Worth Zoo
    Nearly 7,000 native and exotic species call this zoo home, including cheetahs, meerkats, and penguins. In addition to a petting zoo that let’s kids meet and mingle with goats, an armadillo, and a Texas longhorn, there are also family-friendly attractions such as a tornado simulator, a 25-foot climbing wall, and a country-themed carousel.
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    1989 Colonial Pkwy
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Segway Fort Worth
    A native Fort Worthian with a degree in history from TCU, Segway Fort Worth's founder Daniel Dase, Jr. has always loved sharing his city?s cultural legacy?it?s just exponentially more fun to do so on an X2 Segway, the most advanced model on the market. With help from the deep treads on the machine's tires, each segway responds instantly to shifts in posture, moving organically and fluidly as groups flood city streets during segway tours. Before his groups of riders get gliding, his company's licensed operators conduct one-on-one tutorials to set all new riders at ease with their new moving platforms. And because Daniel corrals a fleet of these durable off-road models, his tours go places other segways can?t, be it the grassy knolls of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden or the slippery slopes of the neighborhood gym?s treadmills.
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    3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden
    The oldest garden of its kind in Texas, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden is home to more than 2,500 species of plant. The facility is divided into 21 specialty gardens, including the Japanese Garden—popular for its koi ponds, crafted stonework, and waterfalls—and the Conservatory, which houses 10,000-square-feet of tropical foliage.
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    3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Greatest Generation Aircraft
    Originally a TWA aircraft, the Southern Cross Douglas C-47 was adopted by the Army Air Corps to shuttle troops to the front. The twin-propeller plane survived World War II and in the ensuing years underwent a series of makeovers. Its career includes years spent as a reliable set of wings for Delta Air Lines, a troupe of skydiving enthusiasts, and at least one head of state. The C-47 is now meticulously restored to its original WWII-era condition and in the dutiful care of Greatest Generation Aircraft, a nonprofit organization that introduces 21st-century crowds to the C-47 during rides and aerial shows.
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    208 Lear Rd.
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Heritage Furniture Galleries
    Browsing the spacious showrooms at Heritage Furniture Galleries’ two locations truly ignites the imagination to start thinking about what your living room or bedroom could look like. Throughout the space, sofas, sectionals, bedroom sets, and tables crafted by brands such as Coaster, Ashley, and Broyhill sit in cozy arrangements. Shoppers can mentally place a new couch in their family room and choose which beanie-baby portraits to display on nesting coffee tables. The helpful staff can come up with decorating ideas and suggest pieces to suit any aesthetic, whether contemporary or traditional, masculine or feminine.
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    1551 W Berry St.
    Fort Worth, TX US

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