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Grapevine Main Station

Grapevine Main Station, a $114 million dollar public/private sector transit-oriented development, embraces the town’s railroad past and includes the finest modern amenities.  The development...

Grapevine Main Station

Grapevine Main Station, a $114 million dollar public/private sector transit-oriented development, embraces the town’s railroad past and includes the finest modern amenities. 

The development includes: 

  • Peace Plaza, a 38,000 square-foot-plaza with an interactive water feature. The Plaza will later be home to an art installation created by Grapevine artist Linda Lewis.

  • Harvest Hall, a seven-kitchen European-style food hall with scratch-made globally inspired cuisine as well as two lounges serving  craft brews, wine and artisanal cocktails; 

  • Hotel Vin, a luxury 120-room Marriott Autograph Collection boutique hotel with 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event spaces available to suit any event.   Grapevine’s knowledgeable Visitor Concierge Team has found its new home in Grapevine Main Station Visitor Information Center and are ready to help visitors discover all that Grapevine has to offer, ensuring a memorable experience for all. 

Gateway to the Globe

Grapevine Main Station serves as a gateway for local commuters and global travelers alike who are looking to take in Grapevine’s culture for a one-of-a-kind experience.  Located at the intersection of Main Street and Dallas Road, Grapevine Main Station is walking distance to Grapevine’s Downtown Historic District with its many events and locally-owned stores and restaurants.  Additionally, it is steps away from Trinity Metro TEXRail platform, a 27-mile commuter line with routes connecting Grapevine Main Station to downtown Fort Worth and just a 10-minute train ride away from Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport.   

A Piece of History on Peace Plaza at Grapevine Main Station

The Grapevine Main Station experience begins upon entering Peace Plaza, an expansive 38,000-square-foot area that includes a large interactive water feature with 24 jets of ever-changing water patterns and LED-lighted multicolor illumination.  Peace Plaza’s name was inspired by the historic moment when Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas, met with leaders of 10 American Indians nations to forge a peace treaty. An interpretation of this meeting on the Grapevine Prairie has been created by Grapevine artist Linda Lewis. This public art will feature one-and-one-quarter life-size bronze sculptures of Sam Houston and chiefs of 10 American Indian nations: the Delaware, Chickasaw, Waco, Tawakoni, Keechi, Caddo, Anadarko, Ionie, Biloxi and Cherokee, all standing in a circle. 

Station, Clock & Observation Tower

Experience the majesty of the 42,000 square-foot Rail Station that echoes rail stations of America’s past with its 19th century architecture, complete with deep overhangs and decorative eaves.

Its four 12-foot diameter glass clocks were produced by Electric Time Company, a century-old manufacturer.  The clocks grace the building’s exterior and harken back to the welcoming beacons of days gone by.   The Rail Station boasts the 150-foot tall Observation Tower which offers 360 degree views of Grapevine and the DFW metroplex.  

Have it all at Harvest Hall

Harvest Hall, a European-style food hall, impresses with its majestic 40-foot ceiling and the nostalgic architecture. Visitors are transported back to an age when riding the rails reigned the travel industry.  With globally-inspired culinary options, live music and other special events, visitors are sure to share magic moments and make memories. 

 

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