The Best Places To See in Grand Prairie

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Grand Prairie, Texas. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


601 East Palace Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Since 1989

Museum with Kitschy Oddities on Display, Rare Animal Skeletons, Odditorium, Louis Tussaud's Waxworks, Mirror Maze, Laserace, Shrunken Heads, Vampire Killing Kits, Two Headed Animals, One-of-a-Kind Artwork, Tons of Hands-On Interactives, A Wicked Spinning Vortex Tunnel, Wedding Events, Field Trips, Programs, Summer Camps & Special Events

Adults (Ages 13 and older), Children (Ages 4-12), Children 3 and under: Free Admission - Offer special rates for groups of 10 or more

Price: $19.99 Adults & $13.99 Children

Mon - Thu : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Fri - Sun : 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

This place was amazing! I went through to wax museum and the believe it or not side. There's so many cool facts, strange objects and random pleasures! I especially enjoyed going through the fear section of the wax museum! It included almost ALL of mg favorite horror movies and had some amazing jump screams! It was thrilling. The gift shop had so many cool nick-nacks and weird books. It was all fascinating. I highly recommend the museum for anyone.

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1600 Lone Star Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Since 2008

Stadium, Baseball Action, Sports, Entertainment, Affordable, Family Fun, Concerts, Boxing Matches, Special Events, Entertainment Complex, Horse-Racing Track, Verizon Theatre, Gasoline Station and Convenience Store, Ballpark, Sports, Lush Green Grass Seating, Outdoor Balcony Seats, Programs, Camps, Field Trips, Playground, Snack Bar, Food & Drink

Capacity: 5,445 - 6,350-seat venue that hosts mostly concerts - The stadium's second story has 13 suites and the entire level's capacity which includes outdoor balcony seats for suite holders is 350

We go to Quick Trip often. If y ou love baseball, this is the place to be. The seats are all close up, the players friendly and willing to interact with you, and the food is inexpensive. There is a playground for the kids and everyone is amiable including the fans. It is family oriented and no one minds the little ones yelling for The Air Hogs. Even the seats seem a bit roomy enough for the larger of us. Cup holders abound, leg room is adequate. It's a great evening out.

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250 E Tarrant Rd, Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Since 1956

Stadiums, Arenas, Athletic Fields, Stadium, Sports Venue, Special Events, Spring Training Schedule, Player Stats, Spring Training, Parties, Group Tours, Football Games, Track Meets, Band Festivals, Field Days, Winter League Stats, Ballpark, Baseball, Park & Special Events

Stadium Type: High School - Capacity: 7500 - Primary Tenants: Grand Prairie Gophers South Grand Prairie Warriors

Nice stadium. It has concrete flooring so no dropping things through the bleachers. Concessions were generously priced ($1 hot chocolate, $1 candy, $2 popcorn, $3.50 nachos).
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