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Arlington Attractions

While visiting Arlington, you will not be at a loss for things to do. From thrill-a-minute theme parks, to heart-pounding touchdowns and home runs, and everything in between, the city of Arlington offers fun and exciting attractions for everyone in your crew, no matter what you love to do.

Adrenaline Rush

If fun and excitement are calling your name, and you want to indulge your inner child, you have to visit Six Flags Over Texas. This iconic amusement park has pulse-pounding rides that challenge even the most fearless adventurer. With over 100 rides and attractions, as well as 13 world-class roller coasters, Six Flags Over Texas is a thrill-seeker’s dream come true. They also have family and kid rides for the little ones, as well as shows and entertainment guaranteed to make you smile. When you get low on energy, you can refuel at one of the many dining options in the park. From pizza to burgers to Asian and Italian, you can find something for everyone in your group.

If you’ve always dreamed of leaping to great heights, spring into action and stop by Flight Deck Trampoline Park. The massive court of connected trampolines provides hours of fun for the whole family. Jump into a rollicking game of dodgeball or bounce around on the giant airbag. Families can enjoy Open Jump by the hour, and jumpers under 42 inches tall have access to the airbag, basketball, and aviation academy. 

The MVP Experience

It wouldn’t be a trip to Arlington if you didn’t visit AT&T Stadium. Of course, it’s home to the five-time Super Bowl winning Dallas Cowboys, known as America’s Team, but you can also take a behind-the-scenes tour to learn about all of the ins and outs of one of the most iconic athletic stadiums in the United States. A range of tours are offered to appeal to a variety of visitors. The Self-Guided Tour gives you access to the most popular areas of the stadium and is conducted only on days when the football field is available. The VIP Guided Tour is the ultimate tour experience with small group sizes and additional stops not included in the other tours. They even have an Art Tour, which showcases the stadium’s museum-quality collection of contemporary art.

For baseball fans, you can take a tour of Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers. Public tours consist of viewing the batting cages, press box, luxury suite, dugout, and much more. Private tours are also offered and make for memorable moments like popping the question or saying your vows on the home plate. You can even have your birthday party there. All tours begin at the Grand Slam Gift Shop; tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the tours counter in the gift shop, and are subject to availability. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get an inside perspective on America’s favorite pastime.