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Here's where to take your family and friends on Christmas in Fort Worth

The outdoor skating rink in Fort Worth is open 7 days a week, including all holidays.
The outdoor skating rink in Fort Worth is open 7 days a week, including all holidays. Star-Telegram archives

After you've opened the gifts and had Christmas brunch, you may be looking for things to do with your family and friends in town.

Here are five places to go that are open for business in Fort Worth:

Coyote Drive In: Christmas is a big day for movie theaters. Why not try something nostalgic? Gates open at 5:30 p.m. 223 N.E. 4th Street. Cost: $8, adults (12 and older); $6, children (ages 5 to 11); Free, 4 and younger. Info: coyotedrive-in.com

Fort Worth Zoo: The zoo is open from noon to 4 p.m. Christmas Day. 1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth. Cost: $14, adults (13 and older); $10, children (ages 3 to 12); Free, 2 and younger. Info: fortworthzoo.org

The baby, 60-70 pounds, is doing fine and on exhibit.

Main Event: Participating DFW locations are open at noon. Check web site for locations. Cost: Current special is an all-you-can-play pass for $18.95 per person. Info: mainevent.com

Panther Island Ice: The outdoor skating rink is open from noon to 11 p.m. 223 N.E. 4th Street. Cost: $12 includes skate rental and tax; $9 for military with ID. Info:pantherislandice.com

Oaklawn Elementary students got a taste of ice skating to kick off the winter skate season

Sundance Square: Walk around the square and take photos by the Christmas tree. Several downtown restaurants are also open. Downtown Fort Worth. Cost: Free

Here's a list of fast-food restaurants that are open on Christmas.

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