1. AT&T Stadium Tour – The home of “America’s Team” the Dallas Cowboys was built to knock your socks off! It boasts the world’s largest column-free interior and one of the largest video screens. The tour explores the locker rooms, Miller Lite Club and even the field. Save time for the stadium’s amazing surprise - a modern art tour.
  2. Globe Life Field Tour – Whether you’re going for a game or a tour, it’s impossible to strike out at the Rangers all-new ballpark. Three options are available: 60 minute, 90 minute (when the team is away), and 90 minute pre-game (when the team is home). The tour offers a glimpse at unique features of the state-of-the-art ballpark, along with the team’s fascinating history. Best of all, get discount tickets now. On gamedays, come hungry and split a “Boomstick”, a 2-foot chili cheese hot dog that was made to be shared - or not!
  3. Famous Flavors – Arlington has multiple restaurants that were featured on TV shows like Diners, Drive-in' & Dives. These sure-fire foodie (and Food Network) faves are ideal for sharing with friends and family. Taste of Europe was voted one of the Top 10 restaurants in the DFW metroplex in 2012. Prince Lebanese Grill may not have invented hummus, but they have surely perfected it. Experience burger bliss at Chop House, because...well, the list of awards is long and so is the awesomeness! Jamaica Gates Caribbean Restaurant is like paradise for your taste buds. My philosophy is if it is good enough for Guy Fieri, it’s good enough for company. And don’t forget about J. Gilligan’s Bar & Grill too, which has been featured on the Food Network and Travel Channel multiple times, because they are the home of the ORIGINAL Irish Nachos.
  4. University of Texas at Arlington Planetarium – Remember your first planetarium experience twenty-something years ago? Well, that was lame so forget that. This is the more like Tony Stark meets IMAX! Events and shows include Black Holes, Dynamic Earth and Pink Floyd: The Wall laser show.
  5. Six Flags Over Texas – From Bugs Bunny to Batman, Six Flags is bursting with cool characters and smile-inducing rides! Soar to new heights on the Texas SkyScreamer, which holds the Guinness Book of World Records for being the tallest swing carousel ride in the world. Or take on Lex Luthor with the 4D JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis. No trip to the park is complete without a famous “Pink Thing” ice cream treat. Year-round festivities include Fright Fest, Holiday in the Park, and the ever-popular Spring Breakout.
  6. International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame – Ancient Egyptian Bowling…is everyone paying attention now? The museum’s interactive exhibits will take you through 5,000 years of bowling history, from the game’s origins in ancient Egypt to today’s world champions. Next door to the museum is the International Bowling Campus, where the Junior Olympic bowling team comes to practice.
  7. Caelum Moor sculptures – You won’t get to Stonehenge and back by dinner, so how about a relaxing stroll and picnic at Arlington’s massive Caelum Moor monuments? These five freestanding granite sculptures, weighing a total of 540 tons, enhance the environmental landscape that is nestled between the stadiums.
  8. Top O’ Hill Terrace – Arlington was the original Las Vegas. Don’t believe us? Take a tour of Top O’ Hill Terrace and see for yourself. Stars like Clark Gable and John Wayne gambled at Top O’ Hill in the '30s and ‘40s. This unique piece of history is one that guests will hate to miss.
  9. Arlington Music Hall – This historic venue in downtown Arlington has hosted acts by Leann Rimes, Rick Springfield and John Conlee. The music hall also hosts Symphony Arlington performances monthly. The hall is a lovely mix of classic décor and contemporary sound and lighting. Plenty of restaurants are within walking distance.
  10. Any One of our Great Hotels - Not that they don’t love your air mattress, but any one of our great hotels will allow your in-town guests a comfy bed at a great rate. Our vacation packages are just as perfect for staycationers and out of town houseguests. You can even buy discounted attractions tickets. Believe us, your long-lost cousins will thank you later.