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Irving Hotel & Travel Guide

Find hotels near Irving, Texas to be your base for visiting fascinating museums and galleries, exploring attractive open spaces, and enjoying a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere. You can easily reach this pleasant and prosperous North Texas locale by booking Irving vacations through Travelocity.

Out and About in Irving

In Williams Square, in the heart of the Irving community of Las Colinas, is the largest horse sculpture in the world and the city's best-known landmark. The "Mustangs at Las Colinas"—nine larger-than-life bronze mustangs running through a granite stream—depicts the magnificent wild horses that once inhabited Texas. Learn about the sculpture and artist at an adjacent museum. The nearby Ruth Paine House Museum is a suburban home where Lee Harvey Oswald spent the night before he assassinated President Kennedy, and the property has been restored to its appearance on that fateful day. Tour the house and hear about its indelible place in American history. Another historic attraction worth visiting is the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center. Comprising three museums that tell the stories of one Texas' oldest African-American communities, from emancipation through to the Civil Rights movement, you won't soon forget this cultural and historic landmark. After, check out the National Scouting Museum, where you can see old merit badges, uniforms, and Norman Rockwell paintings depicting scouts. More art is on show at the Irving Arts Center, which offers four galleries, two theaters, and an outdoor sculpture garden.

Eating and Drinking

Irving offers some 400 dining establishments—covering many international cuisines—ranging from Brazilian steakhouses to authentic Mexican taquerias. For fine dining, look to restaurants at upscale Irving hotels and resorts; particularly those in Las Calinas. Local specialties include fresh Gulf seafood, Texas-raised meats in generous portions, and tasty Texas barbecue.

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