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Fort Worth's National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, part of Fort Worth's museum district near downtown, but it is not an attraction to be overlooked.

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From the shimmery displays of authentic western wear, donned by the most famous ladies of the rodeo, to art inspired by them, these ladies made legendary contributions to womanhood and the Western culture itself. In its nearly four decades of existence, this museum has commemorated the lifestyle and the bravery of cowgirls past and present.

With the Spirit of the Cowgirl Theater, all the senses will be inspired. Kids will adore the Discovery Corral featuring Jessie the Cowgirl, winner of the 2000 Patsy Montana Entertainer Award.

Visitors can also ride an electric bull for 10 seconds in front of an exciting backdrop which they can download later and keep to show off to friends.

Adult admission is $10 and children are $8. Located at 1720 Gendy Street, in the museum block of Fort Worth, this is a worthy stop for any museum weekend.



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