Snapshots of Irving
Online puzzles you can work anywhere!
Are you puzzled about the history behind some of Irving’s most popular landmarks? Are you missing some of your favorite Instagram spots? Or do you need a new on-line activity that’s both challenging and aesthetically pleasing? Look no further … now you can explore a photo album of exciting Irving attractions through our new virtual puzzles! Simply CLICK ONE OF THE IMAGES BELOW to start your puzzle digitally from your phone or desktop.
- Click on the square icon at the top of the puzzle to reveal only the outer edges. Put those together first and then your inside pieces automatically appear!
- Be sure to turn up your volume because you'll hear a "click" when two correct pieces snap together.
- To get your bearings, roll over the image icon at the top of the screen to see the finished puzzle image.
- If you're struggling to complete the puzzle, you can re-load it and change the number of pieces in the settings to decrease the skill level, or increase if you prefer.
We hope these puzzles satisfy your wanderlust for now—and inspire future adventures to Irving when it’s safe to travel again.
Gondola Adventures at Mandalay Canals
Inspired by the canals of Venice, the Mandalay Canals offer visitors scenic views of waterfalls, vine-covered bridges, and “Old World” charm in Las Colinas.
TPC Four Seasons
This award-winning 18-hole, par-70 championship course offers amazing encounters with nature and wildlife all while enjoying the game.
Irving Arts Center Sculpture Garden
The Irving Arts Center’s Sculpture Garden creates a superb backdrop day or night with art set amidst flowers, fountains and wondering paths.
Snow Cone Treat
When it comes to icy concoctions, there are plenty of options in Irving to keep you busy trying them all summer long.
This breathtakingly realistic bronze sculpture is one of the largest equestrian sculptures in the world.
Rock on With Live
Music in Irving
Irving is home to a thriving arts and music scene with abundant venues to explore. From an 8,000-seat concert hall to restaurant patios, Irving Rocks!
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas
With almost 100,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, the Irving Convention Center represents the innovative future of meetings and events.
Conceived by Ben Carpenter, Las Colinas pioneer and visionary, the Flower Clock was inspired by those found in Europe.
Westin Irving Convention Center
Find balance while relaxing at The Westin Irving Convention Center pool, a full-service hotel next to the convention center.
Fountain & Grill
Since the early 1900's, Big State has been a grocery, clothes shop, dry goods store, drug store and is now a hopping burger joint.
Texican Court by Valencia Group
Experience Texican Court, a blending of cultures from Texas and Mexico in a Route 66 style of bygone days.
The Pavilion at
Toyota Music Factory
Toyota Music Factory concerts, managed by Live Nation, run the gamut from indie and classic rock to blues, jazz, and soul.