Ring in 2020 with some family-friendly New Year's Eve events in Fort Worth!

New Year's Eve at Six Flags over Texas

Join the Thrill Capital of Texas in ringing in 2020! Celebrate the new year with the entire family with a day at Six Flags over Texas. Ride rollercoasters like BATMAN the Ride and El Diablo, enjoy shopping and dining and say goodbye to 2019 with a rush of adrenaline at one of the coolest theme parks in Texas!

Countdown to Noon at the Fort Worth Library

Celebrate 2020 at the Fort Worth Library’s Countdown to Noon: New Year’s Eve for Littles. Preschoolers are welcome to celebrate the New Year at noon, so you don’t have to worry about bedtime. Enjoy crafts, games, and a countdown to noon! This activity is free and open to the public. No registration required.

Panther Island Ice at Coyote Drive-In

Ring in 2020 with the entire family at the Panther Island Ice outdoor ice-skating rink! Located at Coyote Drive-In, the holiday fun starts here, with ice skating and other amenities, like a playground and a full menu with beer and wine options. The rink is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, offering nine hours of family fun to celebrate the New Year! Tickets are $13 for regular admission and include skate rental and tax. 

Gift of Lights at the Texas Motor Speedway

Celebrate the New Year with a light show filled with magic! Open from 6 to 9 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, the Gift of Lights show at the Texas Motor Speedway is two miles long and features more than 500 dazzling light displays. There is also ice skating, train rides and refreshments! Admission prices are based on your vehicle. 

The Modern Lights at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Walkthrough the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s gorgeous light display on New Year’s Eve to ring in the New Year with a touch of sparkle. The Modern trees will be lit up with festive lights to celebrate the holiday season! Check out the dazzling display and enjoy evening viewing opportunities for a fun, family-friendly New Year’s Eve.

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