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The Best Attractions Near Grapevine

With an enviable address in Grapevine's historic downtown district, Hotel Vin is your gateway to Grapevine. Mere steps from vibrant city attractions, unique shops, theaters, restaurants, parks, sports venues, and iconic architecture and landmarks, it's easy to explore all the city has to offer. Stroll along Main Street's charming 19th-century storefronts and shop for that perfect gift. Pop into a gallery for a peek into Grapevine's burgeoning art scene. Discover Lone Star culture at the Grapevine Historical Museum and the Dallas Museum of Art, or feed your soul at the adjacent Harvest Hall, Grapevine's food hall with seven (7) dining destinations. Reserve a seat on a Grapevine Wine Tour and enjoy a guided tour of local wineries and restaurants, all the while being entertained and learning about the area's wine history from a professional tour director. Treat the kids to Texas-sized thrills at Six Flags Over Texas or catch the Dallas Cowboys on their home turf at AT&T Stadium. From family-friendly outings to grown-up wine tasting, Grapevine offers endless things to do and unforgettable cultural adventures. And within a short drive of Grapevine, you'll find a host of Dallas and Fort Worth attractions, just around the corner.
Harvest Hall in Texas

Harvest Hall

Connected to Hotel Vin, indulge and savor the Texas flavors at this expansive food and entertainment venue on Main Street. With a curated mix of upscale and casual dining venues featuring diverse international cuisine, wines and craft beers, this 20,000 square-foot Grapevine destination also houses premier entertainment options including live music, theater, and children's programs.
Grapevine Museum at Texas
Activities, Attractions

Grapevine Historical Museum

Explore Grapevine's history through time-honored photographs and artifacts at this local museum. The museum showcases pieces of history that include an old pump organ from the 1870's, restored wedding gowns, as well as interactive exhibits that bring the history of Grapevine to life.
Nash Farm

Nash Farm

Nash Farm invites guests to step into the pioneer past. Featuring educational tours and programs throughout the year, Nash Farm brings the history of Grapevine to life. Check out events like First Fridays at the Farm, Dairy Day, Spring Into Nash, and the Fall Round-Up at this historic farm near the heart of Grapevine, Texas.
Grapevine Mills Shopping Mall
Shopping & Nightlife

Grapevine Mills

Shop some of the top retailers, outlets, and boutiques in the area at Grapevine Mills. This expansive mall, located in the Dallas-Fort-Worth Metroplex, features onsite dining, dine-in movie theaters and the LEGOLAND Discovery Center to entertain the little ones. Head out for a day of shopping, then return to the comfort of your hotel room.
Six Flags Over Texas in Texas

Six Flags Over Texas

Experience pulse-pounding fun at a Texas-sized theme park, featuring 50 thrilling rides and attractions including Titan and Texas Giant, Superman: Tower of Power, Batman The Ride, and Flashback, a steel coaster that flips you upside down at high speeds. The park also offers plenty family-friendly attractions, live shows, and entertainment the whole family will love.
AT&T Stadium in Texas

AT&T Stadium

Formerly Cowboy Stadium and home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, this massive sports and entertainment venue comes with distinctive arches, a glass wall facade, open-air end zone plazas, and the largest retractable roof and video board in the world. Located in Arlington, this architecturally amazing stadium also hosts other major sports events and star-studded concerts and shows.
Galleria Dallas in Texas

Galleria Dallas

Get your retail therapy at Dallas' hottest shopping destination. With over 150 stores including Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Michael Kors, Apple, Zara, H&M, J. Crew, BCBG, Nordstrom, and Macy's, the Galleria also is home to world-class restaurants, bars, and an ice-skating rink. Stop by year-round for seasonal events including Breakfast with Santa and Fourth of July sales.
Dallas Museum of Art in Texas

Dallas Museum of Art

Located in the vibrant Arts District of downtown Dallas, DMA is among the ten largest art museums in the country. Home of innovative exhibitions, groundbreaking educational programs, and over 24,000 works of art spanning 50 centuries of art from ancient America, Europe, Africa, and South Asia, DMA includes one of the most important museum holdings of modern and contemporary art in the US.
Sundance Square

Sundance Square

Located in Fort Worth, Sundance Square invites guests to stroll along its streets browsing clothing chains, local bars, steakhouses, and more. It's known as the epicenter of entertainment in Fort Worth, featuring concerts, theaters, and special events, as well as the Bass Performance Hall, which is home to opera, ballet, and classical music.
Fort Worth Stockyards in Texas

Fort Worth Stockyards

Once the home to cowboys and outlaws, the Fort Worth Stockyards is steeped in history of days gone by. Explore the wild west by spending the day touring the property. See a cattle drive, visit the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, shop authentic cowboy gear, go bull riding, catch a rodeo, eat at one of the 14 restaurants and bars or visit the stockyards museum, all in one historic destination.
Dallas Farmers Market in Texas

Dallas Farmers Market

Comprised of The Shed, The Market and Mama Ida's Community Garden, the Dallas Farmers Market is the largest open-air famers market in the DFW vicinity. Located in downtown Dallas, the Dallas Farmers Market also houses a 26,000 square-foot food hall and artisanal market containing restaurants and a mix of local vendors. Get your pick of fresh fruits and veggies, as well as specialty items, artisanal foods, and spices.
Dallas Aquarium in Texas

Dallas Aquarium

Housed in an old warehouse in Dallas' West End, this marine and land zoo features amazing wildlife exhibits and is home to thousands of aquatic animals, including freshwater fish, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and invertebrates from around the world. Walk through a 400,000-gallon Cenote at the Mundo Maya exhibit featuring sharks, stingrays, and sea turtles of the Yucatan Peninsula.
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