Located in the Livestock Exchange Building, the Stockyards Collection & Museum chronicles the stockyards’ heyday through early photos and memorabilia. Adapted sheep and hog pens house the Stockyards Station, a marketplace of Western and Indian art galleries, restaurants, gift shops and Western clothing stores. The Livestock Exchange Building in Fort Worth's Stockyards Historic District was built in 1902 as one of the first commercial buildings the Livestock Exchange remains one of the centers of the bustling area.
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Stockyards Collection & Museum
Adults: $2, Children (12 and younger): Free
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.