Sleep Inn Maingate Six Flags
750 Six Flags Dr.
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 649-1010
Fax: (817) 649-8811
The crack of the bat never sounded so good. If you're an avid baseball fan who's ever dreamed of visiting that historic stadium, or desired to watch that favorite childhood team you never got to see, Big League Tours will set you up with an exclusive baseball package that not only gets you a ticket to the ballgame, but also offers one-of-a-kind baseball opportunities. When you go on a Big League Tour, you might find yourself dining with a Hall of Famer or taking batting practice with an All-Star. With tours available in all 30 stadiums, you can customize your own memorable trip, or join a group on one of Big League Tours regional excursions. Whether your plan is to bond with the family at the ballpark or to spend a weekend with the guys, this unique tour company will provide an unforgettable experience that gets you up-close and personal with the Big Leagues. These tours are available during the regular baseball season. Call +1 866 619 1748 (Toll Free).
A tourist attraction all to itself, this magnificent ballpark is home to the Texas Rangers and has numerous features including a baseball museum, a 17,000 square foot children's learning center, a youth ballpark, restaurant, and gift shop.
Major League Baseball's American League West's Texas Rangers play their home games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, also home to the Legends of the Game Baseball Museum and Learning Center.
Opened in 1994, this beautiful ballpark is home to the American League's Texas Rangers. Located in Arlington, in a 270-acre (109-hectare) complex, the ballpark offers several modern features. Fans of baseball will surely want to catch a game here. Nothing beats watching a baseball game and enjoying a hot dog from the concession area.
Office phone: 817-640-6258
Enjoy live thoroughbred and quarter horse racing from April to November at this Class 1 racing park that also features year-round full card simulcast races. Tours and group packages are available.
The name says Dallas, but Arlington's Cowboys Stadium is the home field for the Dallas Cowboys.
The stadium of the Dallas Cowboys, the city's NFL team, is a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility that was officially completed on May 29, 2009. It replaced the open-air Texas Stadium. Designed by a Dallas-based architectural firm, AT&T Stadium can seat up to 100,000 people, and is one of the world's largest domed stadiums. A wide array of concessions, souvenirs and amenities are available, and the stadium even has its own art gallery. Fans of football will definitely want to catch a game at this stadium.
This orchestra puts on about four classical and three pops concerts a year as a variety of locations.
This festival offers artisan booths, a children's area, sports arena, and continuous entertainment of three stages.
Located on North Center Street in Arlington, Arlington Music Hall has been at the center of cultural activities from the time it was built in 1949. This historic venue opened with the screening of the classic movie Seabiscuit, and subsequently was host to a number of concerts and theatrical performances through the years. Today, the auditorium is home to the Arlington Country Music Revue and Symphony Arlington. Completely renovated and equipped with state-of-the-art sound and light technology, watching a show here can't be beat.
This well-established community theater was founded in 1973. Located in Arlington, midway between Dallas and Fort Worth, the venue is a great place to catch quality plays. The non-profit company produces around six presentations each year, ranging from musicals to award-winning plays. Past productions include "Laughter on the 23rd Floor," as well as a variety of other comedies. Hours vary depending on performance, Call the box office for details.