Reservations
17
Apr

Cinco de Mayo Festivities in Grand Prairie

Cinco de Mayo Festivities in Grand Prairie Cinco de Mayo, Spanish for “Fifth of May” is an annual celebration held on May 5 commemorating the victory of the Mexican Army over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862. In the United States, Cinco de Mayo has taken on a significance beyond that in Mexico. More

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10
Apr

WELCOME TO MAIN STREET FEST 2019

  The City of Grand Prairie Parks, Arts & Recreation Department is hosting the 8th Annual Main Street Fest. The 3-day event is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, April 26 – 28 on the 200a block of W. Main St. and surrounding areas. The festival, with FREE parking and admission, will celebrate the fun, festive, family atmosphere that is Grand

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27
Mar

River Legacy Parks

River Legacy Parks, the crown jewel of Arlington’s park system, is located along the banks of the Trinity River in the northwestern section of Arlington. This 1031 acre forest floodplain park is Arlington’s segment of a visionary 75-mile greenbelt parkland from west Fort Worth through east Dallas. The natural, urban, hardwood forest includes 400 species of wildlife, 193 species of

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20
Mar

Eat Local in Grand Prairie

Grand Prairie is home to several laidback, fun and friendly restaurants. These local restaurants have something to satisfy any craving during your trip to Grand Prairie. Visit any of them for a large dose of warm Texas charm! Agua Azul Seafood Address: 425 E. Main St. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 Situated in the heart of Downtown Grand Prairie, Agua Azul

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6
Mar

Traders Village Grand Prairie

Traders Village Grand Prairie Traders Village opened in Grand Prairie, Texas in 1973. Millions of people have browsed, shopped and traded within the 160 acres filled with thousands of dealers offering a little bit of everything, all at bargain prices. Only at Traders Village can you stroll through literally thousands of shops, wheel and deal with the shop owners themselves

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27
Feb

Fort Worth Japanese Garden

Fort Worth Japanese Garden The Fort Worth Japanese Garden was completed in 1973. It is a traditional stroll garden with winding paths through the landscapes and around ponds. The Garden consists of 7.5 acres filled with cherry trees, Japanese maples, magnolias, bamboo, bridges, and ponds which are home to over 1,200 Koi fish. Due to the Japanese practice of Mono

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19
Feb

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Let your imagination run wild as you build amazing creations, throw your hands in the air on the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, and check out the fantastic 4-D Cinema show. Climb up the climbing wall, fly down the slide, and play on the giant colorful jungle gym at the LEGO® Fire Academy. Dive into hands-on activities for

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13
Feb

The Texas Fire Museum

The Texas Fire Museum The Texas Fire Museum is a public charity. TFM educates the public about fire safety and loss prevention, preserves the heritage of fire services, and honors the men and women who fight fires. Over 60 antique fire vehicles showcase a century of fire service. TFM displays over 500 examples of vintage equipment and tools. They operate

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6
Feb

Paint at the palace this Valentine’s day with Ripley’s in Grand Prairie.

Paint at the palace this Valentine’s day with Ripley’s in Grand Prairie Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Grand Prairie wants you to celebrate this Valentine’s Day at their 2nd annual Painting at the Palace event. Date: February 14th, 2019 Time: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm Location: 601 E. Palace Pkwy. Grand Prairie Registration will start at 6:30 pm. All

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30
Jan

Our Urban Hippie

Our Urban Hippie Our Urban Hippie is a blank canvas for pop-ups, art shows, celebrations, collaborations, workshops, meetings, photography and creativity. It’s the studio you need at precisely the moment when you need it! Isha Gaines is the creator of Our Urban Hippie Artist Studio. OUH was created for artists, entrepreneurs and those who simply need a space to use.

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