Things to Do in Arlington Texas

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

DFW Airport is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, and is the busiest airport in Texas, and the third busiest airport in the world. Visit

Fort Worth Zoo.

The Fort Worth Zoo is home to a total of 435 species. Currently, the Zoo is working with 35 endangered species through the American Zoo and Aquarium Association's Species Survival Plans. Visit
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Arlington Convention Center.

The Center has nearly 50,000 square feet of column-free exhibit space, and 12 meeting rooms. The jewel in ACC's crown is a 30,000 square foot Grand Hall, featuring over 100 hang points from the 30 foot ceilings and exceptional power for productions. The Convention Center is less than 8 miles from Days Inn Arlington, so if a convention, gathering, or business meeting brings you to the Center, stay at Days Inn Arlington for impeccable service and unbeatable rates. We offer single king-bed guestrooms and double bed guestrooms with two queen beds. All rooms come with free high speed Internet access and premium cable TV. You’ll also have access to delicious complimentary breakfasts during your stay with us, and our sparkling outdoor pool. For more information on Arlington Convention Center, visit
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Lone Star Park.

Lone Star Park is a horse race track in Grand Prairie, TX. The Park's Post Time Pavilion is open seven days a week, year-round, offering exciting simulcast racing action from across the country. The Pavilion opens one hour before the first simulcast race each day. 

Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie.

Nokia Theatre puts audience members right where the action is, no farther away than 212 feet from the stage. Experience live performance, from “Sesame Street Live” to Gladys Knight, in an entirely new way. For more information visit
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Texas Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

This beautiful baseball-only facility serves as the centerpiece of a 270-acre complex, which solidifies Arlington, Texas, as an entertainment giant in the Southwest. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in Arlington, completed in just 23 months, is a state-of-the-art building with the utmost in customer convenience. Visit

Cowboys Stadium.

Slated to open in 2009, the Dallas Cowboys new stadium will put the Arlington-Fort Worth, Texas area on the map as one of the most important NFL football destinations in the USA. Boasting a 80,000-seat capacity, this stadium can expand to 100,000 seats for major events like a Super Bowl. For more information,
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Palace of Wax.

Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax and Ripley's Believe It or Not!, are the two most exciting attractions in the D/FW Metroplex. They are located under one roof midway between Dallas and Fort Worth, and 7 minutes east of Six Flags Over Texas, in Grand Prairie.

River Legacy Living Science Center.

The Living Science Center offers a wide range of interactive environmental education exhibits, living aquaria and terria. Guided nature walks, animal presentations, and special outdoor education programs are scheduled year round.
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The Parks at Arlington.

The Parks at Arlington has all your shopping and entertainment needs! Come take a spin on the menagerie-themed Carousel then glide over to ICE at The Parks, an NHL-sized ice arena. Top your day with an escape with the stars at AMC 18 Theatres, featuring stadium style seating and your favorite first run movies.

University of Texas at Arlington Planetarium.

The Planetarium at University of Texas at Arlington brings state-of-the-art stargazing to the Dallas/ Fort Worth metro area. With its 60-foot dome and Digistar 3-D projection system, the Planetarium uses the latest technology to teach stargazers about astronomical wonders. Visit
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Days Inn Arlington Texas
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