Saint Patrick Cathedral - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
1206 Throckmorton St, Fort Worth, TX 76102, USA
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About Saint Patrick Cathedral
A cathedral of the Catholic church located in Fort worth. It is a parish of the Diocese of Fort Worth and the seat of its bishop. It is listed along with nearby parish facilities on the National Register of Historic Places as the St. Patrick Cathedral Complex with the church building.
Attractions Near Saint Patrick Cathedral
A beautiful and refreshing oasis that was adjacent to the Fort Worth convention center. One of the architectural marvel which can be enjoyed throughout the year. There are so many water features and wonders to see around this urban park.
This is a historic sundance square in Fort Worth, Texas, and features permanent and special exhibitions of paintings by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, as well as some additional late 19th-century works about the American West.
This is a haunted house attraction located in an abandoned meat-packing factory in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2009, Guinness World Records recorded the attraction as "The World's Largest Haunted House". The attraction received two records in Guinness World Records for "World's Largest Haunted Attraction" and "World's Largest Walk Through Haunted House" in 2015.
A museum of post-World War II art in Fort Worth, TX, which dates back to 1892 and it can show up to 150 works of art and its permanent collection includes more than 3,000 works.
An art museum that hosting art collection as well as traveling art exhibitions, educational programs, and an extensive research library. It is one of the prime attractions in Tarrant county.
The oldest major botanic garden in Texas, which was established in 1934. It's most popular areas are The Fuller, Rose, and Japanese Gardens. One of the good picnic spots in Tarrant county and a lot of people visit this place every day.
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Discover More Attractions in Tarrant County, Where Saint Patrick Cathedral Is Located
The third most populous county in Texas and the 15th most populous in the united states. A place that is blessed with both natural beauty and metropolitan life.