Located just 15 minutes from DFW International Airport and near the crossroads of five major highways, Arlington, Texas is centrally located in the heart of the North Texas Metroplex. Arlington is home to some Texas-sized fun for every occasion. From full-throttle thrills of Six Flags Over Texas to professional sports, Arlington boasts some amazing things to do and discover.
The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League have called Arlington home since AT&T Stadium opened in 2009, while the Texas Rangers play across the street at Globe Life Field, the newest stadium in Major League Baseball features a retractable roof to beat the Texas heat, and was the home of the 2020 World Series which was held at the brand new stadium due to the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic.
Arlington enjoys a vibrant arts and culture scene, where art lovers and music fanatics are equally at home. With popular art institutions like the Arlington Museum of Art (AMA) and The Gallery at UT Arlington, and historic music venues like Arlington Music Hall and Symphony Arlington, visitors will enjoy an abundance of arts, cultural events, and exhibits to enjoy. Music fans can gather up the whole family for free concerts under the stars at Arlington’s outdoor Levitt Pavilion. Texas Live! is a vibrant entertainment center featuring an incredible variety of restaurants, cocktail bars, and giant TVs for watching sports. Guy Fieri's Taco Joint, Troy Aikman’s Troy’s, Ivan Rodríguez's Pudge’s Pizza are a few of the notable names with restaurants in the complex, but everyone is sure to find something to enjoy at this lively hub.
If you need some fresh air, seek out the trails at River Legacy Park, a 1,300-acre urban oasis that follows the curves of the Trinity River in north Arlington. With more than 8 miles of paved hiking and biking trails and 10 miles of off-road mountain bike trails, and provides abundant habitat for countless birds, fish, mammals and native plants. Crystal Canyon Natural Area is another of two beautiful parks nestled in the heart of the city. Top O'Hill Terrace is a popular Arlington tourist attraction that was previously a clandestine tea room and casino that attracted wealthy, well-known patrons from the late 1920s through 1947. During police raids, gamblers often avoided arrest by dashing through tunnels beneath present-day Arlington Baptist College.
Located about 12 miles south of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, 12 miles east of downtown Fort Worth and 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, Arlington is the largest city in Texas that is not a county seat. The city borders Kennedale, Grand Prairie, Mansfield and Fort Worth, and surrounds the smaller communities of Dalworthington Gardens, and Pantego.
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