Trinity Terrace enjoys an absolutely fantastic location in the heart of Fort Worth. As a resident, you’ll find a wealth of cultural and recreational activities right outside your door. Everything from world-class museums, art galleries, and theatres to historic landmarks, fine restaurants, specialty shops, and beautiful parks—it’s all right here.

Five minutes from Trinity Terrace is Fort Worth’s downtown district known as Sundance Square. Here, you’ll find the nationally acclaimed Bass Performance Hall—home of the Fort Worth Ballet, Opera, and Symphony Orchestra. The Van Cliburn Recital Hall is also here, along with year-round shopping, four live theatres, two AMC cinema complexes, and acclaimed restaurants with cuisines from around the world.

Just across the Trinity River is the Cultural District, now considered to be “one of the great art destinations in the world.” This is thanks to the presence of the Kimbell Art Museum and the new Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which was designed by Tadao Ando and is the second-largest modern-art museum in the nation. The Cultural District is also home to the Amon Carter Museum, the Museum of Science and History, the Fort Worth Zoo, the renowned Botanic Garden, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, and the Will Rogers Memorial Center, which offers equestrian shows and other events year-round.

The Historic Stockyards District, just ten minutes from Trinity Terrace, lets visitors relive a bit of Fort Worth’s “cow town” past. The original brick streets are lined with shops, restaurants, the historic Stockyards Hotel, the Livestock Exchange, the Stockyards Museum, the Cowboy Hall of Fame Museum, and more. There’s even a Longhorn Cattle Drive down Exchange Street twice a day!

Families of Trinity Terrace residents who live out of town especially enjoy visiting all of these interesting, one-of-a-kind attractions when they come to Fort Worth—and our residents love sharing in the fun!