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Globe Life Park, Arlington

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.6/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web
The home of the Texas Rangers baseball team, Globe Life Park 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 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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  • I have heard that Arlington wants a new ball park. I have not been to all of the MLB parks but I love Globe Life Park. There are not many better parks to sit in the sun, enjoy the games, food, with bo...  read more »
  • Baseball ! During the summer the heat can be brutal ( day games and left field seats ) are the worst. First base side is in the shade mid afternoon. Stadium usually has a nice breeze except in all you...  read more »
  • Great ballpark, not a bad seat unless your in the nose bleed section. Great selection of food also. Go Rangers. 
  • Fantastic ballpark. Great place to catch the Rangers beating up on their opponents. Once the Texas sun goes down, the park lights illuminates the palatial feel of this ballpark. It has it all, from beer, to more beer, stunning views, great seats all around the park, and good eats. Watched a summer night Rangers game and got to see the retirement ceremony of Michael Young. Even got to watch a couple devour a Texas Rangers boom stick, a two-foot long hot-dog topped with cheese and chili. No, I did not order one for myself because I came from a family barbeque earlier in the day, but if I was hungry, you betcha I'm in there.
  • This is a great place for a family or group outing. The staff is always most helpful and kind. Anyone who I've ever spoken to on the phone there has also been most of helpful, from the general ticket offices to group sales. They really are top notch on service. Plus the ticket prices are reasonable also.
  • It will always be "Rangers Stadium" to me, no matter what it is called. You have a great view from the cheap seats to the more pricey ones. Wednesday night dollar hot dogs are great for a family night.
  • Stellar view from any seat. Great lively place, tons of food and the ballpark staff is INCREDIBLE. Our friend was on crutches and they shuttled us to our car after the game and everything. Great time
  • Our seats were great. Good view of the field. The good selections weren't too bad and not crazy expensive. Still ball park prices, but not terrible.
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