La Plaza Building

Building History

The La Plaza Building was constructed in 1911 and was called the Exhibit Building. This building was an exhibit hall for farm implements. Later the building was used by Frank Kent Cadillac and during WWII by Lockheed Martin. The great Flood of Fort Worth washed away one half of the Building leaving it the size it is today. During the Viet Nam era, the building was also used by Bell Helicopter and was finally restored as a Retail establishment in the mid 1980's.


We hope you will come to the Fort Worth Stockyards and take a stroll through our air conditioned building. We have hand painted murals down every hallway that depicts the history of Fort Worth. We also have a wide range of Tenants that sell merchandise that has a distinctive Texas flair. Some of the Tenant's make their products onsite, to include iron work, art work, candles, ivory carvings, and wood work. We also have Tenants that sell Native American Jewelry, Texas hats, T-Shirts, purses, and so much more. While you are here you can enjoy a cold beverage and a little dancing at the Neon Moon Saloon or Awesome Mexican Cuisine and Culture at Mojito's.

Our Event Rooms

Have you ever considered having a company party, reunion, wedding, rehearsal dinner, quinceanera or graduation party in the Fort Worth Stockyards? If so, you are in luck. Not only does our building have great Vendors we also have The Rawhide Room. Our banquet room can accompany up to 80 of your best friends with prices starting at $200 to $500 per day. The room includes tables and chairs and are BYOB and BYO Food. Call today for details.

The Rawhide Room

Recent Happenings

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The Blue Bonnet Room

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Some of Our Tenants

Depa Designs

Neon Moon

The Front Porch

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Come Visit Us Today or Call For Information: 817-896-5923.