Lone Star Park is one of the premier entertainment destinations in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. Lone Star Park is a horse racing track and entertainment destination located 1/2 mile North of Interstate 30 on Belt Line Road in Grand Prairie, Texas. Lone Star Park has two live racing seasons every year, The Spring Thoroughbred Season generally runs from early April through mid-July and the Fall Meeting of Champions generally runs from early September through mid-November.
The Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie is a concert hall located in Grand Prairie, Texas, 16 miles west of Dallas, 24 miles east of Fort Worth. The hall is near the Lone Star Park. The theatre is currently operated by AEG and owned by the City of Grand Prairie.
The International Bowling Museum is located inside the International Bowling Campus in Arlington, Texas. It reopened there on January 26, 2010, after having been located in St. Louis, Missouri, until November 2008. The design and fabrication of the new facility was awarded to Museum Arts Inc., a Dallas company.The World Bowling Writers (WBW) International Bowling Hall of Fame is at this location, along with many exhibits on both the history of bowling and its current status as the nation's No. 1 participatory sport.
The American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum (CRSM) is located on the campus of the American Airlines Flight Academy, which is situated at the southern end of DFW International Airport and in close proximity to the world headquarters of American Airlines. The location is at the midpoint between the city centers of Dallas and Fort Worth near the intersection of Highways 183 and 360. The CRSM has an exhibit gallery of approximately 25,000 square feet and a 10,000-square-foot hangar that houses the Flagship Knoxville, a fully restored DC-3 aircraft.
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