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. Use our Arlington trip itinerary website to add Globe Life Park in Arlington and other attractions to your Arlington vacation plans.
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  • As long as you aren't in the middle of the summer, this is a very enjoyable ballpark. The tickets aren't too pricey (you can get them on StubHub and other online places also) and the food prices aren'...  more »
  • Baseball in Texas with the heat along with great food and drinks. Always a new food selection to chose from. The footlong hotdogs or the famous finger licking nachos. A lot of fun for the family but b...  more »
  • One of the absolutely beautiful modern baseball parks. At 20 years old, it was just broken in. Now a new (covered) ballpark is being built. So attend a game at a real ballpark before we have to say go...  more »
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  • Taking in a ball game is fun for the whole family! There's not a bad seat in the park. My children enjoy walking around the facility because there is so much to see (plus it's definitely good exercise for Mom). Parking is convenient, plus operators run golf carts continually, shuttling people right up to the gate (for a small fee). I will be sorry when the club moved to the new park, this ballpark is nice and still new itself.
  • Beautiful park. Excellent site lines. Awesome outfield fan area. It just gets too hot to enjoy a day game. They need a roof
  • It was a pleasant surprise for me as one of my friends had taken me here for a treat. To my dismay the food served here is mouth watering although the price is a little on the higher side. So, if you can afford to loosen your wallet a little extra and want some fabulous mouth-watering dishes then I would definitely recommend this place.
  • Another ballpark check off the list, yeah! Nice outside and inside. Good views of the field. I recommend the 3rd base side of the diamond, especially to see the scoreboard, but the reverse if going on hot ☀ days. This is why a new park is being built. Hope to see it once built. Five star is for the elite parks.
  • It gets really hot out in the Texas heat when you're surrounded by cement, so try to get a shaded seat if you can. It's limited. Best plus - they have a Vegan food station (and it's actually quite good).

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