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Public Art Tours

When most people think of public art, they think of statues of historic figures, but public art can take many forms, such as a free-standing sculpture, a mosaic integrated into a building’s architecture, or sculpture ensembles. 

Public Art Bike Tour with Tammy Melody Gomez
Saturday, October 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Meet on the Veranda of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center
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Self-guided tour of the Cultural District

Number of Attractions: 45
Languages: English, Spanish, and Vietnamese with text-to-voice options

No download required! Using this web-based app from, you can explore the Cultural District's publicly accessible artwork from the collections of:

  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art

  • Fort Worth Botanic Gardens

  • Fort Worth Public Art

  • Kimbell Art Museum

  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

  • National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame

  • Will Rogers Memorial Complex

Self-guided tours of Fort Worth Public Art

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South Hulen Tour
Follow Camp Bowie Blvd south to Hulen Street and visit three sites with artists Mike Mandel, Philippe Klinefelter, Devon Nowlin, and Tommy Fitzpatrick (pictured) 
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Rosedale Avenue 
Follow Rosedale Ave across Fort Worth and experience three artworks located at Fire Station #8, Shamblee Branch Library, and the Police Facility.
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Chisholm Trail Tour

Follow Chisholm Trail Parkway from Montgomery Street to FM 1187 and see Nori Soto's Water Crossing Markers and Trinity Water Fowl.

Explore Fort Worth's public art across the city! Each tour features three artworks to explore with a map and questions about each artwork to spark curiosity and conversation. Just download or print a tour map and you are on your way!

Find more  tours on the Fort Worth Public Art website.