$109/night (if booked on or before July 18, 2019). Book online or call toll free 800-HILTONS. When booking let the hotel know you are with the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Symposium. Run of house is provided from 8/10-8/14/2019. Hotel room rates are quoted per room, per night and are subject to 15% state and local taxes, an 0.81% Texas Recovery Fee and 2% Forth Worth Tourism fee at check in.
$20.00 day rate & $30.00 overnight guests.
Ask about the complimentary breakfast buffet for 2 hotel guests per room, as part of the special promotion for being a part of the symposium.
Things to Do in Forth Worth!
1. Fort Worth Stockyards
In 1976, Charlie and Sue McCafferty founded the North Fort Worth Historical Societyto preserve Fort Worth’s livestock heritage.
This new venture helped establish the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historical District and bring about the restoration of landmarks including the Livestock Exchange Building, the Coliseum and the former Swift & Co. headquarters.
In 1989, the North Fort Worth Historical Society opened the Stockyards Museum in the historic Exchange Building. Today, the museum hosts thousands of visitors from all over the world each year, and is constantly growing its facilities and its collection.
2. Cowtown Winery
Cowtown Winery opened their doors in 2010 calling the Historic Stockyards their home. Open seven days a week, we welcome you to enjoy a flight of wine, wine by the glass or by the bottle. We have an extensive selection of gourmet cheeses and meats to compliment all of our wines. Looking for gifts? We have a great selection of wine related gifts and the professionals to custom label your wine creating the perfect gift for any occasion.
3. National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum
National Multicultural Western Heritage Hall of Fame was founded to give recognition to the outstanding pioneers who played a role in settling the early American western frontier. The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum and Hall of Fame also acknowledges individuals that have contributed to the western culture and tradition and play a part in keeping this important piece of American History alive. Originally named the National Cowboys of Color Museum, the museum was renamed in 2008 to describe the diverse history the museum embodies. The museum is located at 2029 N Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76164 in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards area. There is a Hall of Fame and permanent exhibits highlighting the Buffalo Soldiers, Tuskegee Airmen, Native American Indian Chiefs and the Vaquero.
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honors those men and women who have excelled in the sport and business of rodeo, and the western lifestyle in Texas. With 145+ inductees including Nolan Ryan, Tommy Lee Jones, Trevor Brazile, Don Edwards, George Strait, Lane Frost, Ty Murray, Barry Corbin, Red Steagall, Tuff Hedeman, J.J. Hampton (17 time PWRA World Champion), Charmayne James, and Don Gay (8 time RCA World Champion Bull Rider). Each of the inductees have their own individual booth containing personal memorabillia for guests to view. Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame opened its doors in 2001. Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame has recently purchased a new facility in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District and invites you to swing by our temporary home at 2515 Rodeo Plaza to view our BIG plans for the future.
The Fort Worth Water Gardens is a beautiful and refreshing oasis located downtown, adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center. Designed by Phillip Johnson (Amon Carter Museum of American Art), the Water Gardens is an architectural and engineering marvel to be enjoyed any time of the year. Visitors can experience a variety of water features as they wander through this relaxing urban plaza. The park features three pools of water: the aerating, the quiet and the active pool.
Historic Hilton Fort Worth
815 Main St. Forth Worth, Texas 76102