The Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas, is one of the most expansive and comprehensive entertainment venues in the country. More Info
Conveniently nestled between Dallas and Ft. Worth and adjacent to DFW International Airport, Irving is part of a larger area known as the DFW Metroplex. But this doesn't mean we blend into our surroundings. Irving has a unique vibe, with entertainment, fine dining, music galore and a history all our own.
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The Mandalay Canals are a charming part of the Las Colinas Urban Center. Inspired by the canals of Venice, the Mandalay Canals are iconic reminders of Ben Carpenter’s visionary development for this area.
The Mustangs of Las Colinas, a breathtakingly realistic sculpture of nine bronze mustangs galloping across a granite prairie stream, is the largest equestrian sculpture in the world. Created by noted African wildlife artist Robert Glen, this magnificent art piece was installed in 1984 as the centerpiece of Williams Square Plaza in the Las Colinas Urban…
Scrambling to make Thanksgiving plans? You and your guests are in luck! Area restaurants are serving up delicious food this holiday that will please even the pickiest of eaters. From turkey to pies… Read Story
What is Irving, TX known for?
Irving is known for its proximity to Dallas, Fort Worth, and the DFW International Airport. It’s also where Las Colinas, a master-planned development, and home to over two thousand companies including the global headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies. Major attractions in Irving include the Toyota Music Factory, The Mustangs of Las Colinas, and the Mandalay Canals.
What major city is Irving, Texas close to?
Irving is adjacent to Dallas and Fort Worth.
Is Irving close to Houston?
Irving is about a four-hour drive from Houston.
Is Irving a suburb of Dallas?
Yes, Irving is a suburb of Dallas.