Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame


Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
128 East Exchange Ave. - Barn A Fort Worth TX
(817) 626-7131
(817) 626-7171
10am to 6pm (M-Th), 10am to 7pm (Fri, Sat), 11am to 5pm (Sun)


The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame pays tribute to over 70 cowboys and cowgirls. The museum is located in Barn A, in what was once the horse and mule barns in the Stockyards. For one, low admission fee – you’ll see six great exhibits, one of which is a children’s inter-active Exploratorium!
The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honors Texas men and women who have excelled in the sports of rodeo and cutting. The inductees include Ty Murray (7 time World Champion All Around Cowboy), Tuff Hedeman (4 time World Champion Bull Rider), Charmayne James (11 time World Champion Barrel Racer), Don Gay (8 time World Champion Bull Rider), George Strait and Willie Nelson, just to name a few. Each booth contains photographs and memorabilia; and many of the booths also have video, depicting the honorees’ careers in their respective events.
Also included in the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame are the Sterquell Wagon Collection and the John Justin Trail of Fame. The Sterquell is billed as “the world’s largest lifestyle wagon collection” and features more than 60 antique wagons, carriages and sleighs.
The John Justin Trail of Fame pays tribute to one of Fort Worth’s own, who spent a lifetime building the Justin Boot Company and became one of the city’s most prominent civic leaders. Included in the displays are a variety of boots, which were made for famous and not-so-famous customers, and photographs of Mr. Justin and the prominent people he knew as friends and through his business.
The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame is open seven days a week. It also features a western gift shop and the Jersey Lilly Old Time Photo Parlor. Located at 128 East Exchange Avenue, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame is fast becoming a leading visitor attractions in Fort Worth. Don’t miss the opportunity to see a unique Western Heritage museum while visiting the Historic Stockyards and Fort Worth!”
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