Where Dallas - - THE GUIDE -

AT&T STA­DIUM— Home of the Dal­las Cow­boys, AT&T Sta­dium is a $1.15 bil­lion, 140-acre com­plex that boasts the largest LED screen in the world. When it’s not foot­ball sea­son, the sta­dium plays hosts to con­certs, award cer­e­monies and other spe­cial events. Tours are avail­able to the public ev­ery day. www.attsta­ One AT&T Way, Ar­ling­ton, 817.892.4161. DAL­LAS COW­BOYS— Once dubbed “Amer­ica’s Team,” the Dal­las Cow­boys are five-time Su­per Bowl cham­pi­ons. Catch their sea­son from Au­gust to De­cem­ber at the newer sta­dium in Ar­ling­ton, com­plete with the largest LED screen in the world. This $1.15-bil­lion com­plex en­com­passes 140 acres and is open for tours M-Sa, 10 am-4:30 pm and Su, noon-3:30 pm. www.dal­las­cow­ sta­dium/in­dex.html. 1 Leg­ends Way, Ar­ling­ton, 817.892.4000. DAL­LAS MAV­ER­ICKS— The Dal­las Mav­er­icks are con­sid­ered one of the best teams in Amer­ica, thanks to our su­per­star play­ers like Dirk Now­itzki. Catch their high-fly­ing, fast-paced ac­tion at the Amer­i­can Air­lines Cen­ter.­er­icks. 2500 Vic­tory Ave., 214.373.8000. DAL­LAS STARS— The 2000 Western Con­fer­ence Cham­pion Dal­las Stars hit the ice and face off against the best of the NHL from Oc­to­ber through April at the Amer­i­can Air­lines Cen­ter. Root for the home team and get rowdy as pucks fly and play­ers ma­neu­ver sticks. 2500 Vic­tory Ave., 214.467.8277. FRISCO ROUGHRID­ERS— At the Dr Pep­per Ball­park in Frisco, the young and young-at-heart can ex­pe­ri­ence an old-fash­ioned, good time at the ball park with the mi­nor league Frisco RoughRid­ers. www.rid­er­s­base­ 7300 RoughRid­ers Trl., 972.731.9200. TEXAS MO­TOR SPEED­WAY— In ad­di­tion to this speed­way’s stacked cal­en­dar of rac­ing events, this Fort Worth track also serves as a con­cert and spe­cial event venue. www.tex­as­mo­tor­speed­ 3545 Lone Star Circle, Fort Worth, 817.215.8500. TEXAS RANGERS— Like the Dal­las Cow­boys the Texas Rangers are a huge at­trac­tion for sports fans, not to men­tion the hot dogs, na­chos and cold beer. The team was founded in 1972 but gained pop­u­lar­ity in 1994 with the open­ing of Rangers Ball­park (now Globe Life Park) in Ar­ling­ton. www.tex­as­ 1000 Ball­park Way, Ar­ling­ton.

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