Fort Worth, Texas is known as the beginning of the West – and western lore is very much a part of the fabric of this city. For a quick look at the Old West in a gem of a museum in a city full of great museums, you should visit the Sid Richardson Museum in downtown, Fort Worth. Here’s my review!
Posted by jetsytravels on February 13, 2015 in US and tagged charles Russell paintings, Fort worth attractions, frederic remington gallery, museums in fort worth, sid richardson museum, things to see in Fort Worth, western art museum.
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I love the Sid Richardson Museum!
Thanks, Betsy, for posting this. I love small excellent museums and they are all over our great country! I look forward to visiting this museum the next time I’m in TX.
Here’s another great one for you if you have time: the National WASP (Women Air Service Pilots) WW II Museum in Sweetwater, TX. It’s about 200 miles from Ft. Worth, and very interesting. http://waspmuseum.org/
Also, have you ever seen a National Geographic guidebook called Crossing America: National Geographic’s guide to the Interstates? It has a lot of great smaller museums and other cool things to do within 20 minutes of the interstates. My family and I have found amazing sites with this excellent book! Hope you’re having a great trip, and thanks again for the great museum tip. I love the Old West, also.
Best, Maureen O’Grady