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September 26, 2013
From journal Example of a Trip I Took
July 2, 2003
The Ballpark in Arlington is not just any ballpark. It has other attractions here as well. Such as:
Guests are invited to tour the most exclusive places inside the ballpark. You'll have the chance to visit the dugout, owner's suite, press room and even the Texas Rangers clubhouse. Just imagine yourself being a baseball player!Ticket prices, which includes the Legends of the Game Baseball Museum are:
HOURS OF OPERATION FOR TOURS:
On October 24, 1990, a decision has finally been made to build a new ballpark in Arlington. On April 24, 1992, they began construction and was completed 23 months later. On April 1, 1994, Texas Rangers and New York Mets opened the ballpark stadium with a contest. However, three days later, the first real game was played between Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers on April 4, 1994. And the rest is history…
For more information on The Ballpark in Arlington, please visit Texas Rangers' website. You'll find prices, schedules, stadium seating charts, and many other things of interest.
All in all, this baseball excursion brought such happiness and wonderful memories to our family. We've only been to The Ballpark in Arlington once and hope to make an attempt to visit them again during their next season. If you are looking for an exciting adventure for your family, you should try to come here at least once. And remember; don’t forget to take advantage of their other attractions offered at the Ballpark. This would be a wonderful all day outing. Have fun!
Please note: Enclosed pictures are from website mentioned above.
From journal Arlington- A City In Midst Of It All