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48 Hours in Irving

Monday, October 9, 2017 5:00 PM by Visit Irving

Found between Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving, TX delivers big-city fun with small-town charm. Have only 48 hours to explore? Here are our favorite highlights:

MUST SEES

Mandalay Canal

Lined with old-world architecture and Venice-inspired style, this charming enclave of restaurants and shops was designed to reflect Irving’s native setting of waterfalls and streams. The canal was created to connect to Lake Carolyn, where you can rent a paddleboard or join an intimate cruise. Stroll along cobblestone pathways and explore Irving’s little slice

Fun Five June Events In Irving

Friday, June 16, 2017 10:00 PM by Visit Irving

Summer is officially here! And, we’re here to help infuse some play in your Irving vacation/staycation plans. So, unpack your things and hang out with the locals for these fun June events.

June 17
Irving Juneteenth Music Festival and CelebrationJunetenth

This landmark event celebrates the day all African American slaves living in Texas were set free in 1865, when Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation. Toast to freedom and diversity with a free community picnic hosted by In-N-Out Burger, outdoor games, a food and craft