“The Star of Texas”

Top 10 Places to Visit

1. AT&T Stadium:

The AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, is a sight to behold. Featuring impressive architecture, and well cared for expansive grounds. Even if its just to pass by, this is a must see spot.

2. Globe Life Park:

Home of the Texas Rangers. There is nothing quite like the great American pastime of Baseball. Catch a game or watch one of the many live concerts hosted here.

3. Six Flags Over Texas:

A fun time for the whole family. Featuring multiple roller coasters, slides and other attractions. A great place to spend a day if you find yourself in Arlington.

4. UTA Planetarium:

A great place for the kid in all of us. Learn about space, the stars, our solar system and more as you’re blown away by the state of the art projector and a 60
foot dome.

5. International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame:

A little bit of an oddity. But still an interesting way to kill an afternoon. Learn about bowling and some of the fascinating characters that have played the sport over the years.

6. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor:

A water park is a great place to beat the summer heat. Spend a day enjoying the slides, and play areas. If you need a break take a dip in the lazy river.

7. River Legacy Park

8. Top O’ Hill Terrace:

Formerly a high end casino. It is now one of the most interesting places to visit in north Texas. Good for the history buffs.

9. Arlington Stadium:

While roller skating has faded from the public zeitgeist. This is a great way to spend an evening. Perhaps you’re looking for a great date, or a place to take the kids. Either way this place has you covered.

10. Arlington Museum of Art:

The Dallas/Fort Worth area boasts multiple museums dedicated to art. The Arlington Museum of Art is no slouch in this area. There are sections dedicated to all forms of art, including pieces from popular cinema.

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