This Weekend in Irving
We’ve got another exciting weekend coming up in Irving, TX. Whether you are looking for concerts, happy hours, culinary or cultural events, look no furtherMore Info
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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.
This award-winning 18-hole, par-70 championship course offers amazing encounters with nature and wildlife all while enjoying the game.
The Irving Arts Center’s Sculpture Garden creates a superb backdrop day or night with art set amidst flowers, fountains and wondering paths.
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.
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!
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.
Find balance while relaxing at The Westin Irving Convention Center pool, a full-service hotel next to the convention center.
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.
Experience Texican Court, a blending of cultures from Texas and Mexico in a Route 66 style of bygone days.
Toyota Music Factory concerts, managed by Live Nation, run the gamut from indie and classic rock to blues, jazz, and soul.