Top Insta-Worthy Spots in Grand Prairie

The Pink Wall
321 W Main St

The iconic “No Instagram” wall is a fun way to add a pop of color in your Instagram along with being a rule breaker!


Geometric sidewalks
Downtown Grand Prairie

The best way to show off your favorite pair of shoes!

Sidewalks

The “Life is like a cactus prickly, but….” window
110 W. Main Street

Life can be a little prickly here and there, but we want to know what makes life fun!

Window

Bluebonnets
GP Tourist Information Center: 2170 N. Beltline Road

Where bluebonnet season is every season!

TIC_bluebonnets

Te Amo Wall
121 E. Main Street (side of Subway)

Spread a little love on your Instagram with our new Te Amo wall in Downtown Grand Prairie!


Texas AirHogs mural
AirHogs Stadium: 1600 Lone Star Parkway

Find this insta-worthy mural as you cheer on Grand Prairie’s very own minor league baseball team, The Texas AirHogs!

AirHogs

Louis Tussaud’s Palace of Wax
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! 601 Palace Parkway

From giant gorillas to wax celebrities to the world’s tallest man, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! has it all for the perfect Instagram!

Ripleys

ATS
Asia Times Square: 2615 W. Pioneer Parkway

Before picking up some Boba tea or grabbing a bite to eat at The Pearl take advantage of this perfect photo op at Asia Times Square! Photo credit: @casajackson

ATS

The Happy Camper
Grand Prairie Tourist Information Center: 2170 N. Beltline Rd.

Oh the places you’ll go… like to the newest edition of the Grand Prairie Tourist Information Center, The Happy Camper!


More Photo–Worthy spots in Grand Prairie

Make sure to check out these locations for more places to snap that perfect Instagram! Find information on these locations along with more fun in Grand Prairie at www.visitgrandprairietx.com and www.gptx.org. Use #GoGrandGP and #LiveLifeGrandGP to share your Insta-worthy photos with us!

  • Uptown Theater’s brick wall located inside the lobby.
    120 E. Main Street
  • The pier on the pond at Mike Lewis Park.
    2410 N. Carrier Parkway
  • The tin doors at the Farmers Market.
    120 W. Main Street
  • The statue at Lone Star Park
    1000 Lone Star Parkway

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