Below is a list of the top and leading Theme Parks in Fort Worth. To help you find the best Theme Parks located near you in Fort Worth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Fort Worth’s Best Theme Parks:
The top rated Theme Parks in Fort Worth are:
- SeaQuest Fort Worth – brings the impressive wonders of our planet
- Fort Worth Botanic Garden – is collaborating with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas
- Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park – is more than just a trampoline park
- Fort Worth Water Gardens – is an attractive and refreshing oasis situated downtown
- Altitude Trampoline Park At Cityview – offers cutting-edge attractions and exciting family entertainment activities
SeaQuest Fort Worth
SeaQuest Fort Worth brings the impressive wonders of our planet, ranging from rainforests & deserts to exotic marine life. These displays make an exciting pursuit for visitors as they make their way through an Icelandic Fishing Village, the Great Wall of China, to the Amazon River and beyond. Guests are encouraged to connect with animals & learn about their ecosystems through various hands-on activities which include hand-feeding sharks, stingrays, birds, and tropical animals.
SeaQuest provides an intimate event venue ideal for school field trips, birthday parties, and beyond. SeaQuest is thankful to be strenuously involved in both preserving and saving the lives of many animals that would otherwise not survive in the wild, rehabilitating injured animals, and even performing as an exotic pet rescue for animals such as parakeets and iguanas that need resettlement.
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“We had my husband’s birthday party here. It was mostly so our younger kids and grandbabies could enjoy it, too! It was so much fun! I’m not one to enjoy circuses so I was hesitant to see animals caged inside. But it’s not like that! It’s a small-scale zoo. The animals are in a really neat enclosure that allows kids to get a close encounter and feed the animals. The otter was adorable and we all agreed that he needs a companion! The personal animal time with Chester the iguana was perfect for my birthday boy! Definitely looking forward to going again!” – Anita G.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Fort Worth Botanic Garden at the moment is collaborating with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Together. The garden and BRIT will bring a different level of beauty, education, community events, and world-class research to Fort Worth and the entire North Texas region. The Fort Worth Botanic Garden was created in 1934 and is the oldest major botanic garden in Texas.
It is located in the heart of Fort Worth’s cultural district and contains a collection of more than 2,500 species of plants. Long celebrated for its beautiful tropical, rose, and Japanese gardens, the FWBG is composed of twenty-five specialty garden spaces, including a tropical conservatory, a public perennial trial garden, and naturalized areas and vistas.
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“Great place to bring the family. I love the Japanese Garden. Maple plates are great. There is also a tropical center area. This is a perfect place for weddings. Also, a place for another photo opts.” – Esmond B.
Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park
Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park‘s attractions will help you defy gravity. Test your abilities in the Warrior Obstacle Course, compete with friends, or exercise your own tricks freestyle. Regardless of how you choose to play, you can take it to another level at Urban Air. There’s so much to do within Urban Air that you might have to return for a second visit.
Once you’ve undergone the adventure park for yourself, you’ll notice what they mean when they say they are more than just a trampoline park. Their diversity of attractions is another reason why Urban Air is the ideal place for an indoor kid’s birthday party. Every kid likes something distinct and it’s almost impossible to delight them all.
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“Really enjoyed our time while celebrating a friend’s birthday. Justice was a great party host and super friendly! I was really impressed with the guys that were running the indoor skydiving tonight. They were patient and made my 5-year-old feel really good about being so brave for “flying” for her first time. That really meant a lot to her, and me. Thank you! We are looking forward to celebrating my daughter’s birthday there next!” – K. Taylor
Fort Worth Water Gardens
Fort Worth Water Gardens is an attractive and refreshing oasis situated downtown, neighboring the Fort Worth Convention Center. Planned by Phillip Johnson, the Water Gardens is a structural and engineering wonder to be relished any time of the year. Visitors can experience a diversity of water characteristics as they wander through this soothing urban plaza.
The park highlights three pools of water, the aerating, the quiet, and the active pool. Getaway to a shadowy sanctuary where the peaceful quiet pool is the ideal spot to take in the beautiful outdoor nature and relax in Fort Worth.
Aerating, The Quiet & Active Pool
“This place is shockingly cool. I know what you’re thinking- it’s just water but really it’s a cool little peaceful oasis in the midst of a concrete jungle. When you walk down to the bottom of the water pool it’s almost if you’ve left the city completely as your ears become entirely focused on the sound of the water. In addition to the multiple pools of water it also acts as a park with multiple vendors willing to sell you all the overpriced junk food your heart could ever desire. A random must stop if you’re in town.” – Denise F.
Altitude Trampoline Park At Cityview
Altitude Trampoline Park At Cityview offers cutting-edge attractions and exciting family entertainment activities. Their park features high-energy equipment such as wipeout, super trampolines, a racing zip line, stunt bag, and much more entertainment for families, groups, and individuals.
Altitude Trampoline Park at Cityview is an exciting addition to the Dallas-Fort Worth entertainment mix and is open all year, rain or shine. It is their hope that parents and children alike will appreciate a new destination for active, family entertainment in a safe and clean environment.
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“This is such a cool place for kids. My kids had so much fun that I had to inquire about the membership pass. It’s a good place for your overactive child to burn some energy.” – Adesola A.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.