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Arts and Culture Weekend in Fort Worth
Sure, Dallas and Fort Worth are technically part of the same metroplex area, bookending several booming suburbs and the fourth busiest airport in the U.S., but the two cities have very different vibes — and as locals will attest, residents of one may rarely visit the other. Dallasites who haven't ventured west of DFW in a while will find plenty to occupy them for a weekend in Fort Worth, including world-class museums, rich cultural heritage, and nationally-recognized cuisine. Born of a cowboy past (one of its nicknames is "Cowtown"), Fort Worth also still showcases that authentic Texas flair — think ten-gallon hats and custom-made boots — that many tourists (especially international ones) come here to experience. You may not use a full tank to get there from Dallas, but it will feel like another world. – by Sandra Ramani
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