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Arlington, Texas
1905 East Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011

Attractions in Arlington

Whether you want to cheer on your team, shop to your heart’s content, get some thrills or just chill in the great outdoors, you’ll find something to love about Arlington. Located centrally between Dallas and Fort Worth, this bustling city is home to two professional teams (the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers), world-class stadiums, and two spectacular amusement parks. Whether you want to escape to the scenic shores at Lake Arlington and explore River Legacy Park or indulge in some retail therapy – or a little bit of both – Arlington has you covered. During your stay, you’ll soon discover everything that makes Arlington a World of Wonderful.

Arlington Highlands
Upscale shops, top-in-class restaurants, and a host of entertainment can be found at Arlington Highlands. This outdoor mall has more than 50 stores and 250 restaurants, a movie theater, and an improv comedy club.
Matlock Road & I-20 Frontage Road
Arlington, TX 76018
(817) 466-747

Arlington Museum of Art
Step into the Arlington Museum of Art to see astounding works by leading artists. This non-collecting museum showcases rotating exhibits of paintings, illustrations, sculptures, and other works by artists such as Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Pablo Picasso. Information regarding current and upcoming exhibits is available on the art museum’s website.
201 West Main Street
Arlington, TX 76010
(817) 275-4600

Arlington Music Hall
Listen to everything from classic symphonies to contemporary jazz and iconic country at the recently renovated Arlington Music Hall. Arlington Music Hall is home to the Arlington Symphony but hosts a wide variety of music. Jazz musicians and Grammy winning artists such as Ricky Skaggs and Willie Nelson have performed there.
224 N Center Street
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 226-4400

AT&T Stadium
AT&T Stadium is a world-class stadium home to “America’s Team,” the Dallas Cowboys. Cheer on the Cowboys with thousands of other silver and blue-clad fans from September to January, or catch a concert from an internationally renowned band throughout the year. Other big-name events, such as Monster Jam, the Professional Bull Rider Iron Cowboy Major, and Monster Energy Supercross are held at the stadium year-round. Much more than your average sports venue, AT&T Stadium also houses world-class art and offers guided art tours. Visit AT&T Stadium’s website for a full calendar of events.
1 AT&T Way
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 892-4000

Division Brewing
Savor a pint of hand-crafted craft beer at Division Brewing, the first locally-owned brewery in Arlington. A variety of brews are available on tap, including chocolate and coffee-flavored stouts, hoppy IPAs, and a sour that is fermented at warmer temperatures.
506 East Main Street
Arlington, TX 76010
(682) 276-1276

Globe Life Park
Home to the Texas Rangers, the retro style Globe Life Park has hosted two World Series Championships and the 1995 All-Star game. You can also catch a concert with classics like Paul McCartney or Billy Joel at the ballpark later this year. In addition to regular season and playoff games, the stadium is open for tours year-round. Keep an eye out for Globe Life Field, opening in time for the Texas Rangers’ 2020 season. Visit the stadium’s website for more information.
1000 Ballpark Way
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 273-5100

International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame
Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame will keep the strikes and good times rolling. Explore the ancient history of the game and its champions, browse the world-class interactive exhibits and play on the museum’s “Highway 66” mini lanes. The Bowling Hall of Fame features displays of the sport’s top champions, from living legend Don Carter to female great Carolyn Dorn-Ballard.
612 Six Flags Drive
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 385-8215

Levitt Pavilion
Bring your blanket and listen to music as you sit under a clear summer sky when you’re at the Levitt Pavilion, an open-air concert venue in the heart of downtown Arlington. The venue hosts everything from country and indie rock bands to jazz troupes and Latin groups throughout its free summer concert music series. Best of all, it’s free! Bring your own food and drinks (no glass bottles) and enjoy the night.
100 West Abram Street
Arlington, TX 76010
(817) 543-4308

Lincoln Square Shopping Center
Lincoln Square is a premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination nestled within the Arlington Entertainment District. Major retailers such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Ulta, Michaels, and The Gap are among the dozens of shops within the area, located just a few blocks away from AT&T Stadium and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.
436 Lincoln Square
Arlington, TX 76011
(682) 999-3314

River Legacy Park
Explore more than 1,300 acres of North Texan hardwood forest at River Legacy Park, the crown jewel of Arlington’s park system that resides on the banks of the Trinity River. Hiking, biking, and wildlife watching are a must. Home to 400 species of wildlife and 193 types of birds, the park also has a picnic area, off-road biking trail, and exercise stations.
701 NW Green Oaks Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76006
(817) 459-5474

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
Splash into summer with 50-acres of the ultimate water theme park. From steep slides to lazy rivers, soak up the sun no matter your thrill level at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. A wide variety of tasty treats, including pizza, Mexican food, and ice cream, are on hand when your appetite kicks in. The water park in Arlington is open from May through September.
1800 E Lamar Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76006
(817) 640-8900

Six Flags Over Texas
Find your inner adrenaline junkie at the top of the highest coasters or enjoy the carousel for a slower pace. Zoom through the twists and turns of Batman: The Ride, let the 100-foot loops of El Diablo take your breath away, or get drenched on AQUAMAN Splashdown. This is just a taste of what you’ll experience at Six Flags Over Texas, an enormous amusement park in Arlington with dozens of rides for all ages.
2201 E Road to Six Flags
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 640-8900

Texas Live!
Nestled between the AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park is the entertainment destination Texas Live! Stop before or after the game to eat and drink at one of the many mouthwatering restaurants and play one of the arcade and yard games. If you want to stick around Texas Live!, watch the game on the 100-foot LED HD screen.
1650 E Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011

Texas Rangers Golf Club
Arlington Golf and the Texas Rangers partnered to build the world’s only Major League Baseball-branded golf course. The brand-new Texas Rangers Golf Club is the closest 18-hole course to Arlington’s Entertainment District and perfect for golfers of any skill level.
701 Brown Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 275-5941

The Parks at Arlington
Nearly 200 high-end shops and big-brand department stores fill The Parks at Arlington, one of the DFW area’s premier shopping destinations. Besides the stores, the massive shopping mall is home to numerous full-service restaurants and fast food eateries, a movie theater and Ice at the Parks, an indoor ice-skating arena.
3811 South Cooper Street
Arlington, TX 76015
(817) 467-0200

The Planetarium at UT Arlington
Embark on an unforgettable journey through the stars at UT Arlington’s Planetarium. Take in the sights from within the 60-foot dome fitted with the Digistar 4 system with DLP projectors. Catch one of the many exciting and educational shows at the planetarium that cover everything from what it’s like to be an astronaut to the search for dark matter in the universe. A full schedule of shows is available on the planetarium’s website.
700 Planetarium Place
Arlington, TX 76019
(817) 272-1183

Theatre Arlington
Whether you enjoy a riveting drama or a hilarious comedy, you’ll find something to love about Theatre Arlington. From September to August, the theater produces nine shows at its 199-seat facility in downtown Arlington. Along with the dramas, comedies, and musicals, the theater provides two all-youth productions each season. A full schedule and an online box office are available on the theater’s website.
305 W Main Street
Arlington, TX 76010
(817) 275-7661

Tierra Verde Golf Club
Grab your clubs and book a tee time at Tierra Verde Golf Club. Play your way through 18 holes with verdant tree-lined rolling fairways with strategically placed sand bunkers and water traps. Tee off from one of five boxes that accommodate players of all skill levels, and don’t get distracted by the course’s natural beauty. A lighted driving range and three practice holes are on-site if you want to work on your game, and a full-line pro shop can help you take care of your gear needs.
7005 Golf Club Dr.
Arlington, TX 76001
(817) 478-8500

Top O’ Hill Terrace
Step back in time to the roaring 1920’s at Top O’ Hill Terrace. The historic casino, restaurant, tea garden and brothel was a hotspot for gamblers and gangsters nearly a century ago. Stop by for a guided tour to see some of the original structures and the tunnel used to escape authorities.
3001 W Division Street
Arlington, TX 76012

Urban Union
This mixed-use development is at the crossroads of Downtown Arlington and the entertainment district and includes Legal Draft Beer Company, Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery, 4 Kahunas Tiki Lounge and Tipsy Oak. You can sip and eat to your heart’s content inside the remodeled industrial buildings or enjoy the local fare al fresco.
500 E Front Street
Arlington, TX 76011

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Arlington, TX 76011

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