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So Much to Do in Arlington, Texas

Arlington may seem like just another sprawling suburb, but this Texas city is a vibrant center of entertainment in its own right. Residents and visitors take advantage of the bustling nightlife, fun restaurants, trendy shopping, a compelling performance arts scene and challenging golf courses. Experience more of what Dallas-Fort Worth has to offer with a stop in Arlington.

History of Arlington

Arlington is ranked No. 50 in population, with nearly 375,000 people. In 2011, the city was named one of Time magazine’s top places in which to buy a home. The city dates to the 1870s and was named for Arlington, Va., the hometown of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Farming and cattle ranching were big business in the early days of the community. The Six Flags theme park opened in 1961, creating a thriving tourism industry that was boosted in 1972 when the Texas Rangers professional baseball team moved to town. The city has experienced steady population growth for decades.

Entertainment in Arlington

The city’s Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor theme parks zoom families and thrill-seekers high above the landscape on roller coasters, water slides and other exciting attractions. Right across the highway, Lincoln Square offers a place to eat, drink, shop, hang out or catch a ride to the sports stadiums. The University of Texas Arlington brings many educational and cultural opportunities to the community, including a large planetarium that offers public shows and is available for private events. Arlington Convention Center, Levitt Pavilion and Creative Arts Theatre and School bring dozens of performances to life.

Arlington Parks and Museums

Caelum Moor is a striking 5-acre art installation with five groupings of granite monuments. Each monument has a celtic name and takes inspiration from ancient monoliths in the British Isles. The sculptures are displayed at Richard Greene Linear Park. Arlington Museum of Art features exhibits from big-name artists as well as works from community artists. Sustainable design is on display at the River Legacy Living Science Center, which includes nature trails, interactive exhibits, aquariums and terrariums.

Sports in Arlington

The Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys both play in Arlington, drawing thousands of enthusiastic baseball and football fans from across the D-FW metroplex and beyond. College sports fans turn out for the UT Arlington Mavericks. Next door, Grand Prairie holds the Lone Star Park horseracing track. Among the city’s golf courses is the expansive 250-acre Tierra Verde Golf Club, which has earned the Audubon Signature Sanctuary designation. On the other hand, Meadowbrook Park Golf Course is a little jewel near the downtown center. The nine-hole course is the city’s oldest and features small greens, a pro shop and cart rentals.

HVAC Service in Arlington

Scorching hot, humid summers are the norm in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Expect to have to fire up the AC in April and run it as late into the year as November. With such a long period of use every year, it’s important to maintain the HVAC system to keep it running efficiently and reliably. Arlington residents and businesses count on Airwise Heating and Air Conditioning for the best in emergency air conditioning repair and routine AC service.

Family-owned Airwise, a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, has been serving Tarrant County since 1988. The company is licensed, bonded and insured. Technicians are NATE-certified and undergo background checks, drug testing and thorough customer service training. Airwise provides same-day service on all makes and models of heating and cooling equipment. After-hours appointments, planned service agreements, financing and flat-rate billing are available. Airwise Heating and Air Conditioning is doing its part to keep Arlington cool.