ADDRESS

1600 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

817-255-9300


MUSEUM HOURS

Monday - Saturday | 10 AM - 5 PM
Sunday | 12 PM - 5 PM

Spring Break Extended Hours (March 11-18)
Monday - Saturday | 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday | 12 PM - 6 PM


 

PARKING

The Museum Lot is located at the corner of Harley Avenue and Montgomery Street and is accessible via Harley Avenue. Members can receive parking vouchers (up to two per membership) when checking in at the box office to take advantage of free parking in the Museum Lot.* Non-members can park in the Museum Lot for a fee and should buy parking passes at the box office. The parking vouchers and passes are presented upon exiting the Museum Lot.

*Please note that the free parking is on a first-come, first-served basis and does not apply to other lots in the Will Rogers/Cultural District. Membership does not guarantee an available, free parking space. Parking is limited.

 

All other parking lots surrounding the Museum are paid lots managed by the City of Fort Worth. The Museum cannot validate or provide parking passes/vouchers for these lots. This includes:

  • The Western Heritage Garage north of the Museum; Entry is from Lansford Lane or Gendy Street. Handicap parking is available.

  • The Will Rogers West Lot east of the Museum; Entry is from Gendy Street. Handicap parking is available.

On busy days, some lots may fill early. The parking lot directly north of the Omni Theater and Museum School is reserved for Museum Preschool only.

 


DIRECTIONS

The Museum is located in Fort Worth's Cultural District, one mile north of I-30, one block east of Montgomery Street.

From Arlington/Dallas/East: Take I-30 westbound past downtown Fort Worth; exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Abilene/Weatherford/West: Take I-20 eastbound; take I-30 eastbound when it splits from I-20; exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Oklahoma/Denton/North: Take I-35W southbound; as you come into downtown Fort Worth, take I-30 westbound (toward Abilene); exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Waco/Burleson/South: Take I-35W northbound; as you approach downtown Fort Worth, take the I-30 westbound exit (toward Abilene; exit is to the right); exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Grapevine/Mid Cities/Irving: Take 121/183 southbound; stay on 121 Airport Freeway southbound until you reach Fort Worth; veer south onto I-35 for a short time; move to righthand lanes, exit I-30 westbound (toward Abilene); travel past downtown Fort Worth, exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Waxahachie/Mansfield/South Arlington: Take I-20 westbound to 287 northbound; exit I-30 westbound (toward Abilene); exit Montgomery Street (exit #11), turn north; travel approximately one mile. The Museum will be on your right, just past the light at Harley Street.

From Downtown Fort Worth: Take 7th Street westbound; go left (south) on University Drive at 5-way light; go right on Lancaster Ave; go left on Gendy Street (just west of the Will Rogers Complex). The Museum will be on your right.


VIA THE TRINITY RAILWAY EXPRESS

Get off at the Intermodal Transportation Center station and use bus Route 7 (University) to get to the museum.  These links were helpful in planning the route:

Trinity Railway Express Map: http://www.trinityrailwayexpress.org/map.html

Trinity Railway Express Weekday Schedule: http://www.trinityrailwayexpress.org/newweekeb.html

Trinity Railway Express Saturday Schedule: http://www.trinityrailwayexpress.org/newsateb.html

The T Bus Route 7 Map: http://www.the-t.com/Route7/tabid/116/Default.aspx


Fun Fact
The OMNI Theater's projector, housed beneath the seats, is 6 feet tall and weights 1 ton.

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