Northeast Tarrant residents and visitors have easy access to all kinds of entertainment and culture.
This family-friendly area is close to the major entertainment districts of Ft Worth, Arlington and Dallas and is only five miles from the famous Fort Worth Stockyards, 20 minutes to Texas Motor Speedway, 20 minutes from the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers and only 30 minutes from the impressive Dallas Arts District.
In Fort Worth, don’t miss the Amon Carter Museum, Kimball Art Museum, Fort Worth Museum of Science & History, Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, National Cowgirl Museum and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. Other attractions include the Fort Worth Stockyards, Billy Bob’s, Stockyards Station and the Herd Cattle Drive; the Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth Water Gardens, downtown Fort Worth and Sundance Square and the Ft Worth Cats of the United Baseball League playing at LaGrave Field.
Arlington boasts Six Flags over Texas, both Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers professional sports team, the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, River Legacy Living Science Center and downtown Arlington.
Dallas boasts the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation featuring the Dallas Theater Center performing at the magnificent Wyly Theatre; top museums, performance halls and award-winning architectural designs, arts and culture. Outlying entertainment choices include Texas Motor Speedway, Southfork Ranch and Fossil Rim Wildlife Center.
Northeast Tarrant area entertainment choices include Water Park NRH2O with 13 water attractions; Iron Horse Golf Course, voted best public golf course for 10 years in a row by local media; the Brahmas, a professional Central hockey league team based in North Richland Hills; and North East Mall, an upscale shopping mall with 168 stores like Nordstrom’s and Macy’s.