Irving, Texas is one of the most eclectic and unique suburbs of Dallas and there are so many reasons why you need to make a trip there! Here are our 10 reasons to visit Irving!
Toyota Music Factory: This entertainment hub sits directly in the middle of Las Colinas and is home to live music, a theatre, and some of the best restaurants in Irving. Its central location makes it a popular spot for locals and tourist alike and that’s easy to see once you visit!
Location: Located just a few miles north of Dallas and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Irving is the 93rd most populous city in the country and home to eight Fortune 500 and four Fortune 1000 companies. Irving is home for more than 8,500 companies – large, small, and mid-size. With more than 140 international companies currently operating throughout the city, Irving is striving to be the leading international business center in America.
Restaurants: the beauty of Irving’s location mean that there are hundreds of restaurants that have influences from a variety of area. We ate at a hand full of restaurants while in town and never experienced one bad meal! No matter what you’re craving, Irving has it! There is a strong local eatery trend here and it couldn’t be more beautiful or well-received!
Mandalay Canal: Lake Caroline and the Mandalay Canal offers one of the coolest experiences for those that enjoy the outdoors. You can either kayak or paddle board around or enjoy a private gondola experience. SUP (Stand Up Paddle North Texas) and Gondola Adventures are the people to look to for such an adventure.
Mustangs of Las Colinas: This is a magnificent sculpture that captures and immortalizes the spirit of Texas’ heritage. The running horses are representative of the sense of free spirit prevalent throughout the state, both in past times and the present. Both sculptures are awe-inspiring and deserve a stop the next time you’re in Irving!
Las Colinas: Most visitors to Irving aren’t even aware of the history of Las Colinas. Founded in 1973
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