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A suburban city adjoining Dallas grew from a farming community incorporated
in 1891. Several industries established during WW II. Long-established
Resistol Hat Factory provided headware for "J.R. Ewing." Center for Performing
Arts, Fifth & Austin Streets is home to the Garland Symphony. Civic
Theater, Big G (country music) , and summer musicals. Home of Amber University.
Firewheel Golf Park provides a challenging 36 hole municipal golf course.
For information and tee time call 214-205-2795.
WET N' WILD - Dozens of splashing activities - slides, wave pool,
body flumes, special children's areas and adventures. Open weekends May
and September daily in summer. LBJ Freeway (I-635) at Northwest Highway.
Admission is charged.
LANDMARK MUSEUM - Displays early settlers' artifacts, old newspapers,
farm implements, and quilts. Housed in a former Santa Fe deport. Antique
rail car on grounds; also Lyles House, restored "matchbox style" home,
exterior views only. Museum open Mon. - Fri. from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In
Heritage Park, 4th and State Streets.
SURF AND SWIM - Ride four-foot waves in Garland's municipal wave-action
pool surrounded by grass beaches and pecan trees. Open daily from June
thru September. 440 Oats Drive off I-635.
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City of Garland
First United Methodist
Church of Garland
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