This Summer one of the adventures David, Charlie and I went on was through Urban Family Quest. As we was sent 4 tickets to go on a Scavenger Hunt Urban Quest Adventure handles. I just wish I had been able to take Charlie when we was homeschooling. As Urban Quest Adventure allowed us to visit different venues in our City that we didn’t know existed.
The only trouble we had with Urban Quest Adventure was deciding on which town we wanted to visit. As we are in Fort Worth, Texas and we could have visited either Dallas or Fort Worth and there was 2 areas in Fort Worth. Since we had been to the Stock Yards in Fort Worth mini times we decided to go to Fort Worth.
The next time we go on a Scavenger Hunt through Urban Quest Adventure we will be taking the one for Dallas. As neither David or I are familiar with Dallas. So this will allow all three of us to learn more about the Town close to us and allow us to check out new businesses and things we can return to during the Summer.
Start: Tarrant County Courthouse End Commerce and 2nd
Distance: 2.0 miles Time 2- 2.5 hours
Challenges: 20 Bonus 2
Additional Cost: None
Points of Interest
Tarrant County Court House
Sid Richardson Museum
JFK Memorial Bass Hall
Welcome to Fort Worth… a city where the cowboys and cattle used to own the streets of downtown.
Your amazing scavenger hunt adventure will start at the historic court house and take you along the Heritage Trail in search of elusive panthers, over to a “giant” of a business man, and then onto a stop at a refreshing garden. You’ll discover hidden gems, historic places, and modern marvels as you learn why The Wild Bunch and many others were so enamored of Fort Worth.
So wrangle up the herd and drive them downtown for some good ole Cowtown fun as you discover one of the best things to do in Fort Worth …Play the Game, See the Sights, and Experience Fort Worth in a whole new way!
Once we took off I thought I would get tired or my leg might give out and I wouldn’t be able to finish the Scavenger Hunt but that didn’t happen as we was able to take our time and stop when I needed to. There was plenty of restaurants and businesses around so I could stop and get a drink or use the restroom.
I also thought David and Charlie might get bored and not want to finish the Scavenger Hunt but they didn’t and we was all said once it was over. In fact Charlie wanted to come home and get some of his friends and bring them back to do the Scavenger Hunt again. So next Summer we will grab a group of kids and head out to the Stock Yards to do the Scavenger Hunt there.
I would like to let you know I received tickets in exchange for this review but the thoughts in the review are all mine and my families and no, one else.