Arlington Information

Arlington Information Situated in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Arlington, TX is home to some of the finest attractions in the Lone Star State. Just 15 minutes from DFW International Airport, Arlington has scores of 4- and 5-star hotels, plenty of fine restaurants, and some of the most famous amusement venues in the nation.

Along the Interstate-30 corridor are some of the most popular visitor destinations in the city. These include Six Flags Over Texas, Globe Life Park, and AT&T Stadium. Known as the Entertainment District, this area is also home to Hurricane Harbor, Legends of the Game Museum, and the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.

Enjoy Professional Sports
Opened in 1994, Globe Life Park – originally known as The Ballpark in Arlington – is home to the Texas Rangers of the American League. Wonderfully designed, this venue is considered one of the finest major league venues in all the nation. Visitors will enjoy the guided tours as well as the famous restaurants and gift shops. Visiting groups can reserve one of the reception rooms or party facilities located within the stadium. The Legends of the Game museum is not to be missed.

AT&T Stadium is home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Located near Globe Life Park, this stadium is one of the modern wonders of the world. With seating for nearly 90,000 fans and boasting one of the largest indoor viewscreens on the planet, AT&T Stadium is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region.

Family Fun In Arlington
The original Six Flags amusement park opened more than 50 years ago and continues to draw huge numbers of visitors year-round. Some of the most hair-raising rides ever designed are located here, and visitors will enjoy the six-country layout of this famous theme park.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a popular water park that features the amazing four-story tall Mega Wedgie. Thrill seekers of all ages will meet their match when they find themselves virtually weightless as water jets propel them down this incredible water slide.

The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame is located just across the street from Six Flags. Visitors will enjoy the historically laid-out venue complete with the history of early Egyptian bowling, hands-on and interactive displays about the sport itself, and the mini-lanes where beginning bowlers of all ages can try out the game.

One of the most famous gathering places for groups is Dave & Buster’s, a huge restaurant and watering hole situated in the heart of town. Perfect for groups who desire their own reception or banquet room, this facility has more than 15 banquet menus, and the staff can set up a customized meeting room complete with A/V. Most of the upscale hotels in the area are located nearby and along the I-30 corridor.