Six Flags Over Texas: The oldest park of the Six Flags Chain and probably the most fun one too, Six Flags Over Texas is a funfest full of some of the largest and most exhilarating rollercoasters in the world!
Hurricane Harbor: More of a waterpark fan? Head across the street from Six Flags to Hurricane Harbor, a waterpark paradise that includes a wavepool, several body slides, tube slides, speed slides and who could forget the lazy river!
Ameriquest Field: Don’t come to Dallas without visiting the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Take a tour of the 191 million dollar complex including the press box, dugout and box seats.
Cowboys Stadium: Very quickly becoming an icon of Dallas, Cowboys Stadium is the fourth largest stadium in the NFL. The 1.3 billion dollar structure seats 80,000 people and contains over 800 concession stands. In the middle of the complex, hanging from the ceiling, is the largest HD Television in the world! When they say everything is bigger in Texas, they meant it! This television is so large and complex that anywhere from 9-12 people are running around inside of it during a game making sure everything is working properly. Don’t come to Dallas without visiting Cowboys Stadium!
Other Activities: Other activities include but are not limited to several malls including Northpark, Town East, Valley View, Parks, and the amazing Grapevine Mills Mall. Grapevine Mills houses a skate park, arcade, movie theater, and indoor miniature golf course as well as tons of places to shop and eat. Uptown Village in Cedar Hill is a great place to turn your group loose and let them have some free shopping/eating time as well. Dallas is close to home for Troubadour and we know it well. There is more to do there than could be done in 10 trips. It is definitely one of our top 3 destinations and will not be a disappointment to your group!
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