- Our list of the best things to do in Arlington, Texas, features the top 413 nearby activities — including 145 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Featuring Sony Digital Cinema 4K, Home Town Cinemas LLC is a local movie theater showing the latest movie releases to its guests. Amenities at the theater include many concessions options, online ticketing, and matinee ticket specials.
The Mitas Hill Winery is a family-owned operation that offers seven Texas-bred wines made in small batches. There is also a wine bar, steakhouse, ballroom and lodging on-site. The lodge has four separate bedrooms each with its own fireplace.
The Terrell Heritage Society is a group dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of the local area. The group operates a museum filled with numerous artifacts and exhibits that teach about the local history.
Kaufman County Civic Theatre is a not-for-profit theatre that features dramas and Broadway musicals put on by local actors. The theatre offers a variety of live productions and children's programs throughout the year.
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119 Silent Wings Blvd, Terrell Municipal Airport., Terrell, TX 75160 MoreLess Info
No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum is where over 2000 British Royal Air Force soldiers learned to operate aircraft during World War II. The museum is home to authentic military uniforms, log books, war memorabilia and extensive training school records.
No 1 British Flying Training School Museum Inc. celebrates the First Royal Air Force training school in the US. At the museum, visitors will find log books, training materials, and memorabilia from World War II.