The heartbeat of the city is Main Street in historic downtown Grapevine. Residents and visitors alike enjoy walking the area to view public art, art galleries, a historic train, a large variety of restaurants and shops. It is easy to find entertainment at one of the many winery tasting rooms and the Palace Arts Center and the Grapevine Vintage Railroad are stimulating to visit. The area is made more interesting by the public art, the Grapevine Glockenspiel Clock Tower and the preserved historic buildings. Other activities in town include an aquarium, botanical garden, dinner theatre, waterpark and more.

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Grapevine TX is the oldest city in Tarrant County north of Dallas. It is a blossoming upscale suburb with a historical past. Residents in this central location enjoy stable home values, good schools, plentiful jobs and relatively high incomes. Homes here run big for folks who like to live large. The median price for homes is currently $251,900, and real estate has appreciated 9% in the last year.

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