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Thistle Hill

Thistle Hill (1904) is the most impressive surviving mansion of the "cattle baron" era and Fort Worth's first designated landmark. Interior features an entry hall with grand staircase and extensive woodwork. The fenced grounds, including a very fine carriage house, have survived.

Thistle Hill is owned by Historic Fort Worth, Inc., a non-profit, charitable organization that is dedicated to preserving Fort Worth's unique historic identity through stewardship, education and leadership.

Tours begin on the hour:
Wednesday - Friday, from 11 am - 2 pm.
Sundays from 1 pm - 3 pm.

$15 Adults
$7.50 Children
Ticket includes admission to the Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House and guided tour of both homes. Group rates are available for groups of 20 or more when arranged in advance.

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Thistle Hill
1509 Pennsylvania Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76104
817.332.5875 phone

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Directions & Parking
From I-30 near downtown Fort Worth (just west of I-35W). Take the Summit Avenue/8th Avenue exit and go south through the light at Pennsylvania Avenue. Turn left onto Pruitt Street. Look for the sign saying "Thistle Hill Parking" half-way down the block on the left. The neighboring red brick wall surrounds the Thistle Hill property.