Entertainment in Grapevine

There is something for everyone in Grapevine, Texas. From live music and dancing to shows at art galleries, shopping, rides on a vintage railroad and museum trips - Grapevine offers the type of entertainment activities that are usually only found in the heart of a big city. As part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Grapevine offers all of this within its borders, along with access to the entertainment found within Dallas and Fort Worth.

Entertainment in Grapevine

Take a ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad for family fun on an authentic 1920’s Victorian coach. Rides are offered throughout the year, plus there are special events like the Jazz Wine Trains and the North Pole Express. 

Grapevine Mills is an entertainment destination featuring LEGOLAND® Discovery Center, SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium, Peppa Pig World of Play, FieldhouseUSA, a carousel, as well as lots of great shopping. 

Local wineries also offer opportunities for entertainment. From wine tasting rooms in Historic Downtown Grapevine winery tasting rooms nestled amidst acres of vines, the Grapevine wine scene is worth exploring and is best experienced by taking a trip down Grapevine’s Urban Wine Trail. In addition, many of the wineries host events that include live music and the Grapevine Springs Winery offers a Night Watchman Ghost Tour. Those who prefer the atmosphere of a local brewery should visit Grapevine's Hop and Sting Brewing Company.

Bass Pro Shops is also an entertainment destination - for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. They regularly host family events and educational sessions. Uncle Buck’s Cabin is available daily, creating an opportunity for families to interact with nature and practice target shooting, as does their pistol and rifle range. Those who prefer archery can practice in their archery range. In addition, the Grapevine Bass Pro Shop is home to the Corley Collection - a renowned collection of North America’s big-game animals that includes caribou, moose, and bears. They also have a 30,000-gallon aquarium and waterfall stocked with native fish - something that allows for regular demonstrations. 

Grapevine is also home to the Settlement to City Museum, featuring what life was like over 100 years ago in Texas.