It’s officially engagement season! Wondering where to pop the question in Fort Worth? There are plenty of gorgeous spots in our beautiful city. Check out our list of the best places to propose in Fort Worth!

Sundance Square

Photo: Project for Public Places

Sundance Square is one of the most popular proposal spots in Fort Worth. Between the Pavilion (which can be rented out if you want some decor or a more private setting), the water features, and the Christmas tree during the holidays, you are sure to find a beautiful backdrop to pop the question in one of Fort Worth’s most iconic locations.

Fort Worth Botanical Garden

Photo: Visit Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Botanical Garden features beautiful spots to propose around every corner. Between the flowers, plants, trees, and greenery, you’re sure to find a gorgeous spot to pop the question. In the Fall, it’s especially beautiful in the Japanese Gardens!

The Kimbell and Modern Art Museums

Photo: Arch Daily

Fort Worth is home to many gorgeous museums. The Kimbell’s outdoor areas are bright, modern, and beautiful, great for an artsy proposal. The Modern has plenty of spots both indoor and outdoors that would make a great backdrop to pop the question. Disguising your proposal as a museum date can also help keep the proposal a surprise!

Inspiration Alley in the Foundry

Photo: The Foundry District

The Foundry District is a newer, trendy area in Fort Worth with plenty of cute murals and cool businesses to use as a backdrop for your proposal. There are also a bunch of great places to go celebrate afterwards, like Maple Branch Brewery or Thirty Eight & Vine.

Fort Worth Water Gardens

Photo: Pinterest, Visit Fort Worth

During the warmer months, The Water Gardens are a great place to propose. Be aware this is a high-traffic tourist area and can get a little crowded. However, if you want an audience for your engagement, you’ll definitely get some cheers and attention here!

The Stockyards

Photo: Houston Chronicle

Want to really embrace the western vibes of historic Fort Worth? Propose in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Whether you choose to pop the question under the iconic sign or at Billy Bob’s, or opt for the newer Mule Alley or Hotel Drover, the Stockyards are full of fun and memorable places to propose.

Trinity River Park

Photo: Visit Fort Worth

There are many gorgeous spots to propose along the Trinity River. Start out with a picnic or romantic walk, and end with a proposal and champagne by the water. This is a great option for a more casual engagement, especially if the two of you like to run, bike, or walk your dogs together. Even the West 7th Bridge, with a view of downtown, would be a great spot around sunset.

Downtown Rooftops

Thee Sinclair rooftop, Branch & Bird. Photos: Visit Fort Worth

Many restaurants and hotels in downtown Fort Worth have gorgeous rooftops with stunning views of our beautiful city. The Sinclair’s rooftop bar, the Reata rooftop, and Branch & Bird’s scenic views would make a perfect backdrop for a memorable proposal. Plus, you can celebrate with dinner and drinks!

BRIK or The Ostreum

Photo: Rachel L’Antigua

Both The Ostreum & our sister venue, BRIK, are available for proposals and engagement photos. We love seeing our couples share pictures in the same spot for both their engagements and wedding day. There are plenty of beautiful, intimate places to propose within the Ostreum – let us help you find the perfect place!


Photo: TCU

Are you and your future betrothed TCU alums? Why not propose on campus! Whether you do it in front of the crowd on the field at a TCU football game or alone in front of Frog Fountain, there are plenty of gorgeous spots on TCU’s campus.

Bass Hall

Photo: Bass Performance Hall

Another iconic location to propose in downtown Fort Worth is Bass Performance Hall. Invite your sweetheart to a romantic night at the symphony, then whisk them away to one of the balconies to propose.

What do you think of our ideas for the best places to propose in Fort Worth? Let us know the places we’ve missed in the comments!