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Seeing "pinkish colored stone" is interesting to see on a gov't building, further research told me the stone is native to Texas pink granite. I've had some problems finding close proximity parking, but there are parking lots and garages around.
We stopped on impulse to take some photos of the outside of the building, but then we decided to go inside. We enjoyed the architecture. My kids were fascinated by the replica built with matchsticks on display on the ground floor. They loved the beautiful...More
I love visiting the courthouse. Be aware that you have to go through a metal scanner now so leave all hardware at home.,or in the car. The old oak chais that weigh a ton, the church like pews in the courtrooms. the staircases. Just like...More
Haha, this was the type of courthouse built at the turn of the LAST century (in other words, the late 1800's) that would get the county commissioners thrown out of office, it was so extravagant at the time! I'm a big fan of historic Texas...More
The structure, the pillars, the lettering!! Beautiful building and only a block and a half away from Sundance Square. If you are already admiring the beauty of downtown Fort Worth then take a few minutes and walk to see it. Behind it you can see...More
This historic Courthouse is only few blocks away from the central Sundance Sq. It is visible from there, and simply attracts you to approach it.
The Courthouse was built at the end of 19 cent in pink Texas granite. Even better picture is from the...More