Home to the Texas Rangers for 40 years, Arlington, Texas has a love for baseball as big as the Lone Star State. One look at Globe Life Park proves it. This 270-acre complex with over 48,000 open-air seats has played host to two World Series games and the 1995 All-Star Game.
The architecture of Globe Life Park fuses state-of-the-art amenities with a respect for the grand tradition of America’s pastime. Features of the park include a granite and brick facade, a home run porch in right field, and an asymmetrical playing field, a common characteristic of early 20th-century ballparks. The playing field is comprised of real grass, a luxuriant Tifway 419 turf. And, of course, the Lone Star features prominently on the exterior and interior of the park, a symbol of Texan pride.
To top it off, the special construction of the field increases the intimacy of the game’s experience. Spectators in Globe Life Park are closer to the action than almost any fans in the major leagues.
Get a closer, behind-the-scenes look at action in Globe Life Park. Tours of the park begin at the Grand Slam Gift Shop and take you and your family through the backstage areas of the big show. You’ll get a look at the exquisite trappings of the luxury suite and the press box, the nerve center of the sporting press. You’ll see the batting cages where your favorite players perfect their swing in addition to the dugout and more. If you’d like a more exclusive adventure, Globe Life Park offers a Pregame Experience Tour where you can see the team warm-up from the Commissioner’s Box.
As a proper Rangers fan, you’ll want to introduce your little one to the team as soon as possible. However, sitting through nine innings can be quite the challenge for active and curious kids. You can add to the wonder of their ballpark experience with a visit to the Kid’s Zone before or during the game.
This special area dedicated to baseball’s youngest fans is a climate-controlled and supervised indoor space featuring a baseball-themed play structure complete with a baseball bat slide. There are also PlayStation gaming stations, a ball pit, interactive games, and a mini climbing wall. For a small fee, the Kid’s Zone is available when the gates open through the seventh inning, and kids and come and go throughout the game.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get even closer to the action? Adults can arrange to entertain with the Rangers Captain or post a special message on the giant scoreboard during a home game.
For little ones, Globe Life Park offers a number of services that put your child on the field, right in the thick of the excitement. Your son or daughter can take the field with Rangers, feeling the rush of the bright lights and roaring crowd first hand! With Steal a Base service, your kiddo can literally take home third base with them. Or your child can hear their name and voice ring out across the stadium as they start the game with that famous exclamation, “Play Ball!” Check out these and other exciting in-game experiences that will create the memory of a lifetime.
When it comes to eating and drinking, Globe Life Park doesn’t mess around. With over 100 fixed and mobile concession stands to choose from, you can sample everything from the traditional hotdog and beer to chicken-fried bacon on a stick, fried S’mores with creme cookies, or the fabled Broomstick—a 2-foot long hotdog with chili, cheese, and jalapeno. If you really want to go all out, sit down with the Holland Hot Tot ‘Chos, a heap of tater tots smothered in peppers, beef, and hollandaise queso.
Globe Life Park is also available for public and private events, hosting anything from concerts to banquets. Planning a fundraiser or holiday party? Want to experience dinner on the diamond or cocktails under the lights? Check availability for your special event today.
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