Activities in Arlington


$79 for Spartan Race Entry to the AT&T Park Sprint on Saturday, June 20 ($175 Value)

Spartan Race

Arlington

The challenging race, filled with mud and 20-23 obstacles, takes place at AT&T Stadium

$175 $79

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One or Three 60-Minute Private Golf Lessons with Flight Scope XI+ at Golf Center of Arlington (Up to 52% Off)

Golf Center of Arlington

North Arlington

Improve your swing with help from a state-of-the-art monitor that measures data such as ball impact

$80 $39

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One or Two Months of Gymnastics Classes at ASI Gymnastics (Up to 65% Off). Two Locations Available.

ASI Gymnastics

Multiple Locations

Gymnastics instructors teach age-appropriate skills that develop strength and coordination in addition to confidence and mental toughness

$109 $39

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$44 for a Racing Package with Four Races and Two Yearly Licenses at K1 Speed (Up to $91.96 Value)

K1 Speed

North Arlington

Eco-friendly electric karts; speeds up to 45 mph; karts for kids and adults; collection of racing memorabilia on display

$91.96 $44

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60-Minute Horseback-Riding Lesson for One or Two at Adventures in Riding with Miss Julie in Arlington (Up to 51% Off)

Adventures in Riding with Miss Julie

Arlington

Hourlong horseback-riding lessons include 15 minutes of grooming before instruction in such disciplines as english, western, and dressage

$40 $20

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45-Minute Princess Dress-Up Tea for Two or Three at Chelsea's Tea Room & Boutique (52% Off)

Chelseas Tea Room & Boutique

Chelsea's Tea Room and Boutique

Each dress-up session culminates in party replete with giggle tea, treats, and mingling with other princesses in attendance

$49.98 $24

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Bridal Show for Two, Four, Six, or Eight from Soiree Boutique Bridal Shows on March 15 (Up to 50% Off)

Soiree Boutique Bridal Shows

Arlington

Brides- and grooms-to-be meet at Globe Life Park on March 15, from noon to 5 p.m. to check out vendors and begin planning their big day

$30 $16

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Ice Skating with Skate Rentals for 2, 4, or 10 at ICE at The Parks in Arlington (Up to 59% Off)

ICE at The Parks

The Parks At Arlington

Public-skate sessions take place on NHL-size ice rink inside The Parks at Arlington

$22 $10

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Weekday or Weekend Admission for Two, Four, or Six at Self Reliance Expo (50% Off)

Self Reliance Expo

Arlington Convention Center

Hear from experts on self-reliance and emergency-preparedness tactics like injury treatment, natural medicine, and solar-oven cooking

$20 $10

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One Ticket to a PBR: Built Ford Tough Series Event at AT&T Stadium on Saturday, February 28 (Up to 58% Off)

PBR: Built Ford Tough Series

AT&T Stadium

Balanced atop bucking bulls, PBR competitors rack up points in an effort to climb the standings and earn the title as Iron Cowboy

$71.61 $30

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Two, Four, or Six One-Hour Private Dance Classes at Dynamic Dance DFW (Up to 81% Off)

Dynamic Dance DFW

Dynamic Dance DFW

Private lessons teach the basics of leading and following, before delving deeper into the foundation of ballroom, Latin, or West Coast swing

$160 $39

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$103 for $205 Worth of Martial-Arts Classes at Metro Karate Academy

Metro Karate Academy

Arlington

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$205 $103

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One or Three Latin or Hip-Hop Dance Classes at Nyoface Academy for the Performing and Visual Arts (Up to 76% Off)

Nyoface Academy for the Performing and Visual Arts

Nyoface Academy for the Performing and Visual Arts

Infuse dance moves with rhythm by attending latin and hip-hop dance classes led by an encouraging instructor

$50 $19

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$20 for $40 worth of Arcade-Games & Batting Cages at PuttPutt Fun Center/Alley Cats Entertainment Center

Putt-Putt Fun Center or Alley Cats Entertainment Center

Multiple Locations

Fun center offers 50–110 arcade games and batting cages are available at each Putt-Putt location

$40 $20

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As the centerpiece of a 270-acre complex in Arlington, Rangers Ballpark has played host to the city's professional baseball team since 1994. In center field, a four-story office building serves as one of the most unique backdrops in baseball, and in right field, a home-run porch and two-tiered seating section harken back to the structures of classic parks. New in 2012, the Captain Morgan Club makes its debut in center field, bringing a two-story sports bar and restaurant to the park. The adjacent Kids Zone challenges miniature and pintsize fans with interactive games, a large climbing clubhouse complete with baseball-bat slide, and other activities.
1000 Ballpark Way
Arlington,
TX
US
With hands gripped to the wheels of karts capable of cresting 45 miles per hour, up to 12 racers hum around the hairpin turns and straightaways of K1 Speed's indoor track during adrenaline-spiking sprints toward the podium. This brand of excitement can be found at all 24 locations, where racers eschew the fumes and inflammatory skywriting of gas kart exhaust for European, eco-friendly electric karts designed to instantly accelerate out of curves, which are bordered by safety barriers that absorb impacts.
1801 E Lamar Blvd
Arlington,
TX
US
The innovations of bowling unfold before your eyes through life-sized replicas, touch-screen kiosks, film montages and interactive games. See the custom bike built by the Tuetel Family and featured on Orange County Choppers program. Play on a fully functioning small-ball bowling lane. We set 'em up and you knock 'em down.
621 Six Flags Drive
Arlington,
TX
US
In the minds of politicians and geography teachers, Austin is the indisputable capital of Texas. But Arlington can at least claim to be the state's capital of adrenaline-inducing thrills. That's all thanks to Six Flags Over Texas and its collection of wooden and steel roller coasters. The tallest, Titan, sends riders racing down a 255-foot drop until they reach a top speed of 85 miles per hour?and that's only the beginning. Beneath Titan's towering peak stretches a park that's home to more than 100 rides, live shows, and other attractions. Befitting the park's international theme, different areas pay homage to foreign countries such as France and Mexico. Texas has plenty of representation as well, namely the New Texas Giant. An updated version of the park's classic Texas Giant, this coaster features trains modeled after vintage Cadillacs. Other sections of the park are ripped straight from the pages of a comic book. At Gotham City, Batman? The Ride turns the Caped Crusader into an inverted roller coaster; the ride will be even more thrilling when it's turned backwards this summer. Elsewhere, the Looney Tunes gang takes over Bugs Bunny Boomtown and its 10 kid-friendly attractions. Hang around for a while, and you might even get to shake hands with Bugs Bunny himself. Here are a couple of tips to help you navigate the park: Consider purchasing a THE FLASH PASS, which lets you reserve a spot in line without actually having to wait in line. Catch a concert, Wild West cabaret show, or another form of live entertainment. Grab a bite at one of the park's many restaurants, which serve everything from burgers to Asian cuisine.
2201 Road To Six Flags St. E
Arlington,
TX
US
The formula for a perfect girl's night out is reinvented at the Pretty Muddy 5K. The staples are there: girlfriends ready to have fun, Fans of Mario Kart know Rainbow Road as a glow-in-the-dark racecourse in outer space. So do fans of ABC's The Bachelor, only theirs is located on earth and strewn with more celebrities than turtle shells. To them, it's the series of inflatable arches that flashed hypnotically around Juan Pablo and Kat as they hurtled through the Electric Run. Seth Rogen, Carmen Electra, and a pink-wigged Vanessa Hudgens have also been spotted among the global event's hordes of runners and walkers. Rainbow Road is just one of many "lands" that make up Electric Run's luminescent 5K. Any given Electric Run course contains five to seven of these brightly lit zones, each decorated according to its theme with neon trees, hanging umbrellas, phosphorescent cacti, and cascading fountains. Each land also matches the surroundings with its own soundtrack: upbeat and energizing for the wilder areas, calming and melodic for the surreal ones. Once the sun sets, participants travel through them all at their preferred pace. Everyone arrives at the same final destination, however?a DJ-propelled after party that keeps the night illuminated until the thunderous ka-chunk of the sun's timecard.
1201 West Arbrook, Suite 121-969
Arlington,
TX
US
Like a 24-hour caddie, Golf Pipeline empowers golfers to make tee times, keep tabs on improvement, and follow the on-course exploits of their fellow club swingers. After signing up and creating a profile, golfers enjoy access to the website's tee time reservation system, where they can search for available time slots by date, time, location, and cost, and then invite contacts from their network, Facebook, or LinkedIn to join them. The score tracker lets golfers log rounds and monitor their own performance trends such as stroke average, putts per hole, and greens hit in regulation. If they choose to join a Golf Pipeline handicap club and log five rounds in the system, golfers can submit the data in exchange for a handicap number that is helpful to know when assessing one's own game and betting their parents' house on a round of golf.
1 AT&T Way
Arlington,
TX
US
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