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Globe Life Park, Arlington

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Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
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. Use our Arlington trip itinerary website to add Globe Life Park and other attractions to your Arlington vacation plans.
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  • Wonderful , the Rodeo was great, the stadium was very impressive. I am looking forward to the COVID-19 being over, so I can return to a baseball game  more »
  • One last visit to the great Texas ballpark in Arlington. It is a really enjoyable venue, great nightlines, easy to move around. A pity that they decided to build a new park even though it is only...  more »
  • This is the old Rangers stadium..the new stadium is being built next door. Be prepared to pay for parking $10+. Most of the seats have a good view of the field unless you are on the 3rd level. When taking young kids, try and find a seat in the sections near the batting deck which is protected by a net. Otherwise pay attention to the game and watch out for fly balls.
  • I've always loved coming to globe Life Park. There's never been a bad seat in the house. Some seats can be a little warm due to the blazing sun on a hot day, but from a viewpoint perspective, every seat in the entire stadium has a good view to the entire field. I sure will miss this place when it's gone, but I am admittedly looking forward to a covered next year so hot and sit in and watch an entire game.

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