Grand Prairie Things to Do

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Most Viewed Things to Do in Grand Prairie

  • 1. Lone Star Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    A BEAUTIFUL race park with an even more impressive simultcast building. Prices for food can be a pretty penny but find a night where there are $1 drinks or cheap beer. The night we went even had live...

  • 2. Traders Village

    Traders Village is a large outdoor market which has more than 1,800 booths. Set out on 106 acres, you can find anything from crafts, jewellery, antiques, pottery, toys and various junk (or another...

  • 3. Post Time Pavilion

    The Post Time Pavilion is to the west of the Grandstand. The building is a simulcasting facility, all indoors with no view of live racing. There is a sports bar and casual dining area which also...

  • 4. Liberty Bell

    Right in front of City Hall stands a replica of the original Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The bell was cast in France as a Bi-Centennial project and donations were sought not only from the adults of...

  • 5. Copeland Home

    This house is on the original town site and was built in 1902 by BP Hale and his wife Ruth. In 1908 the house was purchased by Dr H.V. Copeland and his family and is known today as the Copeland Home....

  • 6. Cross Timbers

    Cross Timbers is a geographical site and an important landmark in Grand Prairie, comprising more than 3.5 million acres. The narrow strip of sandy timberland which is called the Eastern Cross Timbers,...

  • 7. City Hall

    Grand Prairie's City Hall sits just behind Main street with a lovely plaza laid out in front of it. The flower beds and beautiful fountain make for a pretty spot for some of the cities annual...

  • 8. Palace of Wax

    Ripley's Believe It or Not and LT Palace of Wax complex has really outdone themselves this Halloween season. They produced a haunted house that was implemented into their House of Wax exhibit that was...

  • 9. Family Fun Park

    To the west of the main Lone Star Park buildings is a family fun park which sits on 2 and a half acres designed purely for family entertainment. There is a...

  • 10. Other Viewing Areas of the Track

    There are several outdoor areas where patrons can view the racing events which include a outdoor apron seating area which is reserved as well as unreserved...

  • 11. Dining with a View

    There are terraced dining facilities in the Clubhouse and Jockey Club so as not to miss the racing events will eating. The glassed walls of the grandstand...

  • 12. First Stop - Tourist Centre

    The Grand Prairie Tourist Centre is right in front of Lone Start Park and part of the Teri Jackson Tourist Info Centre. Aside from providing local information...


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