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  • National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame  National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame Fort Worth
    Your visit to Fort Worth wouldn't be complete without visiting the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.  The National Cowgirl Museum honors & celebrates women from the past and the present whose lives display courage, resilience and independence that help shaped the American West.   The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, was originally established in 1975 in Hereford, Texas  and is the only museum in the world dedicated to preserving and teaching the amazing history of the American cowgirl.  In June of 2002, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame opened a new building in Fort Worth, Texas.  Visitors to the Museum will  experience authentic stories & voices of women both historic and contemporary all who have contributed to the history and culture of the American West.  When you are touring the National Cowgirl Museum visitors will enjoy interactive exhibit galleries with photographs and artifacts, traveling exhibit gallery, three theaters, expanded library perfect for research and much more.  A highlighted exhibits is the Georgia O'Keeffe and the Faraway- With a partnership with Georgia O' Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico this will be a very popular exhibit featuring one of the most famous artists of the 20th century.  Georgia O' Keeffe was also a 1991 Honoree you won't want to miss this exhibit...  Georgia O'Keeffe is an extremely remarkable woman through fierce courage and a quest for the untamed. Nowhere else is more dominant than through her rugged & treacherous camping trips to paint her famous landscapes of northern New Mexico a beautiful place she romantically refers to as the far away.  The 3,000 square foot exhibit features several of O'Keeffee's paintings, her authentic camping gear (which has never been displayed to the public), many sketches created by O'Keeffe while camping and hiking in northern New Mexico, several photographs taken of her while camping and popular pieces of her clothing include her signature black hat recognized by all of her fans...   The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame preserves the history and represents the impact these amazing western women lived through during the mid 1800's thru the present.  Today the Hall of Fame Museum showcases 190 remarkable women who have been inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame since 1975.  The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame features more than 5,000 artifacts and more than 2,500 photographs illustrating many fascinating stories of several diverse women including; famous artists like Maria Martinez, musicians such as Patsy Cline and to well know ranchers as Fern Sawyer.  Other interesting objects on display include boots, spurs, saddles, fine art and authentic photographs of the Girls Rodeo Association.  The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is a great place to spend the afternoon discovering the famous women of the Wild West....

Thrifty Car Rental Fort Worth, Texas

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  • Log Cabin Village    Log Cabin Village Fort Worth
    Is a great place to take the children for a learning & fun outdoor adventure.  Log Cabin Village is the perfect place to experience the sights, sounds and smells of 19th century Texas.  This charming Log Cabin Village is nestled on three acres in historic Forest Park.  Log Cabin Village is made of nine historic structures all dating back to the mid 1800's.  Visitors can experience a piece of Texas history while walking through Log Cabin Village.  Texas history comes to life through these authentic log homes filled with artifacts.  Visitors will see; a one room schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, smokehouse, water powered gristmill and herb garden.  Visitors will feel as though they have been transported back to the mid 1800's interacting with historical interpreters as they demonstrate various frontier chores such as; candle making, weaving, spinning and more. This historic Log Cabin Village is a living history museum offering visitors a true authentic experience.  Today, each of the historic structures are furnished in authentic artifacts providing visitors a true look into the nineteenth century North Texas frontier...  Each cabin displays many different aspects of pioneer life in Texas.  Log Cabin Village collects & preserves several authentic artifacts that are displayed in many exhibits such as; tools, textiles, furniture, personal artifacts, documents along with other items related to everyday life on the North Texas frontier.  These rare & historic artifacts are from 1840 through 1890, each historic log cabin has a unique story to tell so don't miss a visit to Log Cabin Village in Texas. 

January 11, 2011