Founder's Plaza Observation Area

Beautiful views of a variety of aircraft taking off and landing are available from the observation area. The plaza has easy parking, and historical information.

Mustangs of Las Colinas

The biggest equestrian sculpture in the world is The Mustangs of Las Colinas, a breathtakingly accurate sculpture of nine bronze mustangs racing across a granite prairie stream.

Irving Convention Center

The Center is home to hundreds of different events. Every one is unique from the next, ranging from intimate gatherings like weddings to various forms of performances.

Toyota Music Factory

The Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas, is one of the biggest entertainment complexes including a live music outdoor pavilion, as well as bars, restaurants, and a movie theatre.

Ruth Paine House Museum

The Ruth Paine House Museum is a house turned museum that is known for being the place where Lee Harvey Oswald stayed the night before the JFK assassination.

Mandalay Canal

A lovely area of the Las Colinas Urban Center are the Canals. The Mandalay Canals serve as a recognizable symbol of Ben Carpenter's innovative construction in this region.

Irving Arts Center

Texan city of Irving is home to the Irving Arts Center. The center's Main Gallery includes approximately 91,500 square feet of performance and visual arts space.

Cistercian Abbey

Established in Irving, Texas, the Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas is a Cistercian monastery. The Cistercian Preparatory School for boys is run by abbey monks.

Las Colinas Flower Clock

Greenbelts and parks cover 190 acres in Las Colinas. One of the most well-known and frequently photographed locations in Las Colinas is the E.O Perry Flower Clock.

Fritz Park Petting Farm

Families have learned about animal life in Fritz Park. Pony rides, petting zoo animals, and a kids' activity tent are all part of the Animal Connection Experience.