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CONSTRUCT 2020 will be held September 30 - October 2, 2020.  Come in early and/or stay late, and bring the family! Stay and play – enjoy all the attractions, dining, and shopping the city has to offer.

Located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Grapevine, TX is located on Lake Grapevine. Known for its restored 19th- and 20th-century buildings, many of which are on downtown's Main Street, which is lined with restaurants, galleries and shops. The Cotton Belt Railroad District is home to artisans’ workshops, including a glass-blowing studio, a blacksmith and a bronze foundry. The 1888 Cotton Belt Railroad Depot is the starting point of the Grapevine Vintage Railroad.

Accessibility

Accessibility

Located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Grapevine, TX is 10 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), which is the fourth largest airport in the world offering nonstop service from more than 200 cities and more than 50 international destinations.

Attractions

Attractions

Explore the heart of Grapevine, the beautifully preserved Historic Main Street, which is lined with more than 80-locally owned restaurants, boutiques, jewelry stores, winery tasting rooms, and art galleries. Take a ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, shop until you drop at Grapevine Mills mall or learn more about the history of Grapevine at Nash Farm. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore one of the city's many hiking trails, picnic in a neighborhood park, take in some water fun at Lake Grapevine and shop at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, a 200,000-square-foot megastore dedicated to the great outdoors.

Dining

Dining

From upscale and trendy culinary choices to good old-fashioned comfort food, the more than 200 restaurants in Grapevine are sure to satisfy literally every appetite and budget. So whether a discriminating foodie, a hungry chowhound with a Texas-sized appetite, or just someone looking for a night of hot food and even hotter music, Grapevine, Texas is your place to eat, drink and play!

Shopping

Shopping

Whether you prefer mega-malls with well-known stores, discount outlets, charming boutiques with gifts or small artisan studios with locally-made wares, Grapevine offers a bit of everything for even the most discerning shopper. Bargain-hunters flock to Grapevine Mills Mall, a 1.6-million-square-foot shopper’s paradise, where outlet stores, such as Last Call By Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th meet fun retailers like H&M.

For those who prefer boutique shopping, Historic Main Street is lined with more than 80 locally-owned shops, restaurants, winery tasting rooms, boutiques, and jewelry stores, as well as art galleries, where you can purchase locally made treasures. Make sure the trunk of your car is empty when you get to Grapevine because, after an afternoon here, you can easily fill it. When it comes to shopping, Grapevine is a shopper’s paradise.