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Texas Cowboy Hall Of Fame

Texas Cowboy Hall Of Fame
128 East Exchange

About Us:
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honors Texas men and women who have excelled in the sport and business of rodeo, and the western lifestyle. A few of our Inductees include: Nolan Ryan, Tommy Lee Jones, Trevor Brazile, Don Edwards, George Strait, Lane Frost, Ty Murray, Barry Corbin, Red Steagall, Tuff Hedeman, J.J. Hampton (17 time PWRA World Champion), Charmayne James, and Don Gay (8 time PRCA World Champion Bull Rider)! Each of our Inductees have their own individual booth which contains personal memorabilia for our guests to view.
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame opened its doors in 2001. The building housing Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame is one of the horse and mule barns of the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. Originally built in 1888, these barns housed over 3,000 horses and mules. The original wooden barns that stood in this location were lost March 14, 1911 when a spark from a passing train ignited a fire. They were rebuilt and completed in March 1912 and considered the first "fire proof" barns. The bricks, columns, metal doors, cat-walks, and cinder blocks seen here are all original architecture of yes-ter-year.

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