Fort Worth Shopping

Here you come. You and all your personal baggage. Just remember to leave space in it. You'll need it. Shopping in Fort Worth always brings out the quick draw in folks. Nowadays it's wallets, not sixshooters, but you still get what you're shooting for -- and a great deal to boot!

What'll it be? A 10-gallon hat and eelskin boots? An antique chest or boutique vest? Turquoise baubles and silver bolos? Or a diamond brooch and Rolex watches? Careful. A bad case of indecision and you may never get home.

Our malls are a big as some states. From the demure to the obscure, ostentatious to plain outrageous, you're bound to find it.

Yes, you'll never even find that tiny blown-glass bucking bull. The Texas shaped belt buckle. And even the barbedwire wind chime. Remember, it's never too early to start shopping for those hard-to-buy-for folks on your Christmas list.

Shopping is just one more way Fort Worth gives you the West and the rest. From our world-renowned Western wear to our eclectic boutiques, Fort Worth has some of the nation's best shopping. You'll find top-notch shops wherever you turn, downtown and around town.


Ridgmar: Dillard's, JCPenney and the only Neiman Marcus in Tarrant County anchor 130 additional shops and restaurants. Located on I-30 between Green Oaks Road and Highway 183 in West Fort Worth.

Hulen: The county's most upscale shopping with flagship Dillard's and Foley's, as well as Montgomery Ward and 140 sophisticated specialty shops. Located on Hulen and South Loop 820 in Southwest Fort Worth.

Town Center: Conveniently located at I-35 and Seminary Drive, this mall includes JCPenney, Dillard's and Sears with 65 additional shops. Home of the Rockin Rodeo nightclub for two-steppin' tourists. Located in South Fort Worth.

North East: Located in North Richland Hills off SH121 between downtown and DFW Airport, this mall boats a separate men's and women's Dillard's as well as a Sears, JCPenney, Montgomery Ward and 110 specialty shops. In Northeast Fort Worth.

North Hills: Anchor stores are Mervyn's, Foleys and Stripling & Cox with 85 additional specialty shops. Located off North Loop 820, near SH121. Between downtown and DFW Airport in Northeast Fort Worth.

Off the Beaten Shop

Fort Worth has plenty to offer choosy consumers who like unique and out-of-the-ordinary items or who are bargain hunters at heart. Consider these behind-the-scenes shopping areas for everything from upscale specialty and clothing shops to art, eclectic and secondhand treasures.

University Park: Aptly named for its close proximity to Texas Christian University, this small shopping center features Talbot's, Harold's (Polo) and a handfull of other upscale, out-of-the-mainstream stores.

Camp Bowie Cultural District: This area stretches along Camp Bowie Boulevard and Seventh Street on either side of the Cultural District. A variety of interesting shops and stores makes it perfect for the eclectic, initiated shopper, and it's just a hop, skip and a jump from some of the best art museums in the world.

West Camp Bowie: On Camp Bowie, from Horne Street west, lie specialty shops galore for the person who enjoys the thrill of shopping as much as the buying.

Sundance Square: Downtown, within walking distance of hotels and the Fort Worth/Tarrant County Covention Center. This unique area offers variety and style in renovated turn-of-the-century buildings.

South Hulen: Around Hulen Mall on Hulen and intersecting streets, this area offers literally hundreds of stores, shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.

Rufe Snow: When you've exhausted the shopping at North Hills Mall, continue west on North Loop 920 to Rufe Snow where more shopping centers and a factory outlet mall await.

Stockyards: Half the fun of visiting Fort Worth is seeing how much you can take home with you. For authentic Western wear and Fort Worth souvenirs, you'll enjoy strolling the wooden sidewalks and roaming the shops of Exchange Street and Stockyards Station.

Antique Malls

If you have an eye for things of the past, you've come to the right place.

Harris Antiques: Located on Southest Loop 820 at the East Berry exit; 80,000 square feet of American and European antiques. 817-451-8906

The Antique Collection: Located at 7429 East Lancaster; over 45 dealers with an appealing variety of antiques and collectables from America and Europe. 817-429-0922

The Antique Colony: Consignment outlet with 120 dealers located at 7200 Camp Bowie Boulevard. 817-731-7252

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