If you’re visiting Arlington, hosting guests in Arlington, or you just want to get to know more about the fabulous place you call home, a behind-the-scenes tour of Globe Life Park and/or AT&T Stadium is an absolute must! Here’s the lowdown:
GLOBE LIFE PARK TOURS:
About Globe Life Park: The current home for the mighty Texas Rangers opened in 1994, and since that time it has served as a venue for seven Major League Baseball playoff games and two World Series. And we are sure to be doing it again VERY soon! #LetsGoRangers.
Widely viewed as one of the most beautiful and well-appointed baseball complexes in the world, the 270-acre facility features a number of noteworthy elements, including:
- 48,000-plus seats — including a collection of luxury suites, the Hyundai Club (center field party suite) and the Cholula Porch all-you-can-eat seats
- Exposed-structure steel architectural elements
- An asymmetrical playing field (that features a home run porch)
- A range of architectural and design nods to Tiger Stadium, Fenway Park, and Yankee Stadium, and Cominskey Park
- A granite and brick façade
- The Texas Rangers Baseball Club Hall of Fame
- Texas-themed architectural elements
- An onsite 12-acre lake
- An onsite youth sports complex
What you’ll see on your tour* of Globe Life Park:
The tour will take you on an in-depth exploration of the ballpark, including behind-the-scenes spaces like the batting cages, press box, City of Arlington Suite, Rangers clubhouse, dugout and more, with background and commentary provided by an expert tour guide. Wheelchair-accessible destinations are included.
In-season, game days: Tours are held Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In-season, non-game days: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Off-season: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pricing: *Tour tickets prices range from $7-$14 when you book online.
Tour Tips: Wear comfy shoes that are suitable for walking—and be sure and bring your camera or camera phone.
Tours leave every hour on the hour and start at the First Base Box Office, which is located on the south side of Globe Life Park. Look for the Tours window, where Ballpark Tour Tickets may be purchased in advance or at tour time. Parking is available in the B Lot at the corner of Nolan Ryan Expressway and Randol Mill Road. If you’re touring on a game day and you’re not staying for the game, you’ll want to be aware of traffic concerns as you leave the ballpark. (Translation: An earlier morning tour might be better).
AT&T STADIUM TOURS PRESENTED BY SEATGEEK:
About AT&T Stadium: Since opening in 2009, the home turf of the Dallas Cowboys has hosted seven NFL seasons, WrestleMania 32, an NBA All-Star game, the Cotton Bowl Classic, world-class concerts, the golden anniversary Academy of Country Music Awards, and —oh yeah, a little event known as Super Bowl XLV.
Known the world over for its size, grandeur, and amenities, the 140-acre venue boasts a dizzying array of fascinating features. Take the VIP Guided Tours to see for yourself:
- A high definition video board, one of the largest in the world
- An enormous retractable roof that supports the stadium’s comfortable climate-controlled interior
- A museum-quality art exhibit
- A Dallas Cowboys history exhibit
- Steel arches that soar nearly 300 feet over the playing field
- Moveable glass walls
BONUS! Some tour options allow the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go down onto the field and throw a football. Ask your tour guide or tour representative for details.
Times: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. See blackout dates.
Prices: Discounted tour tickets are $25 when you book online. Discounted group tours and birthday party packages are available.
Tour Tips: Wear comfy shoes and bring a well-charged camera or phone.
Tours depart from the Pro Shop, located at Entrance A. Parking is free in Lots 1 and 2 off of Randol Mill Road. For directions to the stadium, visit www.dallascowboysmaps.com.
Tour tickets are non-refundable and can be purchased through Ticketmaster or the box office at Entry A. Please make sure you check the blackout dates to view the field access status for each day. Tours sell out quickly, so arrive early to reserve your tour time. Get more tour tips.
IMPORTANT: AT&T Stadium has a very specific purse-and-bag policy. Go here to learn more.
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