How to find us
Located in the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
1720 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Hours of Operation
Museum Hours, effective June 18, 2019
- Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm
- Closed Mondays.
Museum hours subject to change.
IMPORTANT PARKING NOTICE
A number of changes are occurring this fall in Fort Worth's Cultural District. On October 1, 2019, the City of Fort Worth began managing the parking lot on the corner of Montgomery and Harley Streets and the process to use the lot has changed.
Additionally, the lot will close on October 7th for several weeks due to resurfacing. During this time, the West Lot in front of the Amon Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall on Gendy Street and the Western Heritage Garage will be open and available for use by Cowgirl guests.
COWGIRL MEMBER PARKING
Beginning October 7, members of the National Cowgirl Museum may park in the West Lot in front of the Amon Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall on Gendy Street and the Western Heritage Garage, located to the north of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (subject to availability).
When the museum lot at the corner of Montgomery Street and Harley Street reopens, Cowgirl members will also be able to park here. When you visit - it is important to stop by the Guest Services Desk when you enter to receive a parking voucher. Members presenting a current membership card will be issued a parking voucher that will allow them to leave the parking lot free of charge. Free membership parking is only available during the hours the Museum is open, as you must visit the museum to receive the parking voucher. All other times the normal parking rates apply; a map of the parking areas and rates can be found here.
Visitors to the National Cowgirl Museum may park in the any of the City parking lots or garages in the Cultural District. A map of the parking areas and rates can be found here.
Thank you for your continued support of the National Cowgirl Museum. We are so excited that you are joining us as we continue to preserve our past yet also embark on a new era in Fort Worth.