The Central Arlington region is comprised of a number of small suburban neighborhoods including the areas of Dalworthington Gardens and Pantego. Dalworthington Gardens has a land area of about 1.8 square miles and was established by the federal government during the Depression as a homestead project. There are currently 2,300 residents who are proud to call Dalworthington Gardens home. Pantego stretches for about 1 square mile and holds a resident population of about 2,300 as well.
The AT&T Stadium, a new retractable-roof stadium in Arlington, serves as the home for the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys. This new stadium replaced the Texas Stadium, which opened in 1971, and accommodates approximately 80,000 with the possibility for expansion to accommodate 100,000. The new stadium was the site of the 2012 Super Bowl.
Packed with thrills and adventures for visitors and residents, you won't want to miss a trip to Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. With a host of tall and thrilling roller coasters to family-friendly rides, visitors enjoy a larger than life entertainment experience that has defined Lone Star thrills.