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Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington

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The home of the Texas Rangers baseball team, Globe Life Park in Arlington is a modern stadium with an old-school feel. Opened in 1994, this open-air arena has a capacity of over 48,000, making it one of the biggest in the league. Following the trend often seen in early 20th-century stadiums, the stadium has asymmetrical outfield dimensions and seats fans very close to the action on the field. The facility is equipped with HD screens, a state-of-the-art audio system, numerous restaurants, concession stands, and a play area for kids. Protect yourself from the sun during hot summer days, because the stadium has no roof and the Texas weather can be scorching. To visit Globe Life Park in Arlington and get the most from your holiday in Arlington, create itinerary details personal to you using our Arlington travel itinerary maker.
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In Arlington, you'll find the largest selection of accommodations among the national chain hotels surrounding the city's Six Flags amusement parks. A few additional hotels surround the Dallas Cowboys' stadium. Options remain limited downtown, but this isn’t surprising since Six Flags draws much of Arlington's tourism.
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  • I had my latest ball game with our customers from out of the state. We enjoyed a big win after a gem performance from Yu Darvish that night. Great game, great food, great beer, and great view in the b...  more »
  • Great family outing but not in the summer. That heat makes you sick. Try your best to sit in the shade. Other than that it's awesome. Prices are reasonable. I like sitting and mingling in the Captain ...  more »
  • I LOVE the Texas Rangers, and being able to see them here is amazing! Anyone who can visit here should visit!  more »
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  • Great place to visit, special on a game day!! The ballpark is really impressive and big and the structure is amazing! Also this stadium is the home of the best American League team, the Texas Rangers! Great staff and good variety of different kind of food! You can't go wrong to visit this great place! Also the Rangers fans are great with others!! It's all about having a great time a fun!! I recommend it!
  • Great times are sure to happen every time I come. It's a family oriented atmosphere. There is a small indoor playground for children for an extra price. The food is a bit pricey but tastes great. You can bring your own food and drinks too no alcoholic drinks from outside though. There are plenty of park employees ready to assist in providing directions or assist in any way. There are employees outside the park who offer a ride to your car for extra cost.
  • The most beautiful park in all of baseball. Home of the first ballpark nachos. Beer is cheaper than any other venue you'll ever go to-sports, music, etc. Ton of food options including vegetarian/vegan and gluten free options. Also several inside seating areas to cool down, kids play area and shops on shops on shops. The best sporting experience you'll ever have.
  • Parking is $20. Traffic is horrible. Seats are tighter than a hockey game. I still had a good time. I was prepared for the traffic but a little surprised at the $20 parking. I had not been to a baseball game in many years and was surprised at the cost of the tickets as well. Baseball generates quite a bit of revenue apparently. And, they have fireworks every Friday night. Pretty cool show!
  • Excellent place to watch the game of baseball. Great lively atmosphere, die hard fans, fantastic sound system and easily affordable ticket prices. The summer heat can be brutal, but true Texans love it and love to sweat it up while having hot dogs, peanuts, burgers, fries and cold beers and cocktails. Parking is pricey and the traffic is a huge headache. But there's no other option since there is no public transportation in Arlington, which is ridiculous for a city of this size with all the attractions, theme parks and sports venues here. Concession and food prices are steep, but as can be expected from a ball park. Always a good time. No safety issues ever, and friendly staff and well maintained facilities. Highly recommended.