Below is a list of the top and leading Experiences in Arlington. To help you find the best Experiences located near you in Arlington, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Arlington’s Best Experiences:
The top rated Experiences in Arlington, TX are:
- K1 Speed – is a top-notch entertainment venue and more diverse than any karting center
- Arlington Museum of Art – is committed to promoting creativity and providing access to art
- Six Flags Over Texas – will not put up with any kind of racism, prejudice, or hateful conduct
- Alley Cats Entertainment – consistently voted as the best location to hold a birthday party
- River Legacy Nature Center – was created as a special public/private partnership with the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department in 1988
K1 Speed is an inside go-kart racing center, located just across from Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Arlington, is a top-notch entertainment venue and more diverse than any karting center you’ve visited before. No worn-out tire walls, loud two-stroke engines spewing fumes, abused or badly maintained karts, or hurriedly erected plastic tarps to block the midday sun are present at K1 Speed because they strive to be the best.
Their Arlington, Texas location has an indoor kart course that was expertly constructed, high-performance all-electric European go-karts, a sophisticated timing system that records lap times down to the hundredth of a second, and a lobby that doubles as an arcade and a museum of motorsports. They are sure you won’t be dissatisfied whether you engage in competitive wheel-to-wheel racing with friends or simply have a snack while perusing our collection of genuine racing artifacts.
CyberSport and Bowling, Apparel and Accessories, Go Karts, Gift Cards, Franchise
Address: 1801 E Lamar Blvd, Arlington, TX 76006
“Such a fun time at K1 speed. I had the misfortune of accidentally leaving my wallet behind in the go-cart. Less than an hour after I left, I made it back and they had it safe in the office. This crew was amazing and would def enjoy a second outing at K1 speed.” – Carlos G.
Arlington Museum of Art
Arlington Museum of Art is committed to promoting creativity and providing access to art for the educational improvement and cultural development of its community. Their aim is to make visiting the museum a secure and pleasurable experience. At the Arlington Museum of Art, diversity, equity, inclusion, and access are integral parts of their purpose. They pledge to be a company where everyone is treated with respect, a location where everyone can enjoy art without restrictions, a neighborhood that celebrates human variety in all of its manifestations, and a role model for an inclusive culture.
It is possible to find inspiration at the Arlington Museum of Art. A location for learning. A setting for fostering community. They look for chances to use visual arts as a tool for diversity and constructive change as the region’s leader in cultural arts. The museum changes throughout the year as a result of exhibitions that touch their souls and spark their imaginations.
Exhibits, Programs, Gift Shop
Address: 201 W Main St, Arlington, TX 76010
“Small but well-curated exhibit: “A Knight’s Tale.” Reading all the placards and walking through the full collection took about an hour. Learned a few things and overall a great experience. Have noticed Arlington MoA gets some very interesting exhibits, glad I finally went.” – Jesus G.
Six Flags Over Texas
Six Flags Over Texas: DFW’s biggest, most exciting theme park. Six Flags Over Texas increase a Big Texas welcome to their amusement park visitor from all over Dallas/Fort Worth, including their surrounding neighbors like Austin, Houston, and Lubbock. They would especially like to extend a warm southern welcome to all of those out-of-state visitors and visitors from other countries.
Regardless of color, gender, or sexual orientation, Six Flags is dedicated to fostering an inclusive atmosphere that fully welcomes the diversity of its team members and visitors. They will not put up with any kind of racism, prejudice, or hateful conduct. Diversity and inclusion lay the groundwork for a long-lasting and prosperous company, but more importantly, they are the principles that they should all uphold.
Thrill Rides, Family Rides, Kids Rides, Live Shows, Restaurants & Dining, Shops & Gifts
Address: 2201 E Road to Six Flags St, Arlington, TX 76011
“A wonderful place for adventure lovers. Very nice rides and a fun place to visit for everyone. Food is also amazing and you can get a bottle to refill unlimited times in a day. Also, the best time to visit is when it is less crowded else one has to wait too long for the rides.” – Kawaljeet S.
Alley Cats Entertainment
Alley Cats Entertainment takes pride in being the family destination in Arlington. It is well regarded by the Arlington community and consistently voted as the best location to hold a birthday party. It also consistently ranks at the top of several review websites. By consistently giving back where it matters, Alley Cats Entertainment has earned a special place within the community of special needs and non-profit organizations.
Because they really think that providing excellent customer service alone separates their company from rivals in the neighborhood, they largely rely on word-of-mouth marketing. There aren’t many large billboards advertising Alley Cats Entertainment in the area. They shall carry on doing so for many more years because they take pride in providing a tidy and individualized experience at an indoor facility.
Arcade, Bowling, Putt-Putt, Batting Cages, Rock Wall Climbing, Outdoor Rides, Go-Karts
Address: 2008 W Pleasant Ridge Rd, Arlington, TX 76015
“This was my first time and went as a church youth and young adult group. It kinda reminded me of a miniature version of Main Event. But we had a blast bowling, laser tag, and arcade games. Plus, the pizza was really good and not the cheap kind of pizza either. Plus found out later they had putt-putt golf as well. I didn’t know that. Anyways, so much fun and burn calories while I was at it.” – Joseph W.
River Legacy Nature Center
River Legacy Nature Center, a nonprofit, was created as a special public/private partnership with the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department in 1988. The Berta Rose Brown and Margaret Rose May Foundation was established by a group of forward-thinking residents who saw the potential for a world-class park on land granted to the city by the Gibbins family. Additional land gifts received from the Ryan Companies, Perry R. Bass, and Texas Industries helped to increase the initial 376 acres.
Its main project is to use River Legacy Park and River Legacy Living Science Center resources to teach the next generation of environmental stewards. Its environmental education programs introduce kids to the beauties of nature and their place in it as early as 3 years old. They protect the Trinity River and its distinctive ecosystem via education.
Interactive Environmental Exhibits, Aquariums & Terrariums, Gift shop, Nature Trails & Pond
Address: 703 NW Green Oaks Blvd, Arlington, TX 76006
“An absolutely amazing and fun place for children. We had a ferret demonstration, saw many animals, nature walk with an AR app, and learned a lot. It’s great that kids can connect with nature here and enjoy a lot of activities.” – Joan R.