We recently had the chance to travel to Texas so we can make updates to our Dallas Arts District and downtown Fort Worth team building game. It was about 55 degrees cooler than our last trip to the DFW metro area, but still a great experience having the chance to take stock of both courses!
Dallas Arts District
In the Dallas Arts District, there is a ton of construction happening. One of the biggest reasons for our visit was to get a feel for what kind of changes were happening around the Crow Museum of Asian Art. Our automated monitoring tools in the game let us know that this area was going through a transformation so we’ve had several outbreaks in the game on pause in that vicinity. We were excited to learn that most of the north side of the museum is back in business and the course is able to reopen in that area. The southern end of the building, where the Trammel Crow building sits, is still undergoing a major renovation and won’t be open for quite some time.
An exciting recent addition to the city that makes for some great exploring in our game is a new sculpture garden next to the KPMG building at 2323 Ross Ave. It is a fun blend of quirky, industrial, and abstract artwork that is definitely worth a walk-through!
Our Dallas team building game explores the area around Ross Avenue / North St. Paul Street / Woodall Rodgers Freeway / North Pearl Street. The game starts in Klyde Warren Park and is great afternoon activity.
Downtown Fort Worth
Fort Worth has an entirely different feel from Dallas. The downtown is much smaller and has a charming historic feel to it. From cattle drives to gun fights, this area is fascinating to explore for a couple of hours.
We were pleased to find that very little has changed in the area between Sundance Square and the Tarrant County Courthouse. Most of the art, historic markers, and local oddities that are included in our 90-minute game are still in place.
There were a few gaps on the course that we were able to fill in with new outbreaks that help to make for a more continuous experience.
Fort Worth has been a huge hit for families looking for something fun to do around DFW over the weekends!
Explore the City, Save Some Souls
We are thrilled to have had thousands of people experience our offbeat trivia game in both Dallas and Fort Worth. If you haven’t had the chance to get out recently and explore these cities on foot we welcome you to give our game a try!