MUSTANGS OF LAS COLINAS MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE
5221 North O'Connor Road, Suite 110E, Irving, TX 75039 Directions
The Mustangs of Las Colinas is the historical museum located in Irving, Texas. In this museum, visitors can know the sound of the eight years of African wildlife artist Robert Glen's success in making Mustangs. The museum also presents a short film that gives visitors life to the time and energy that went into planning, molding, and installing this distinctive piece of public art. Some of Robert Glen's works of art are still on display in the gallery. Tourists from all over the world see an impressive, larger-than-life depiction that serves as the centerpiece of Williams Square, a steep, pink-granite square in the urban center of Las Colinas. The Mustangs of Las Colinas welcomes you with free admission.
Sculpture, Tourist Attractions, Events, Displays, Collections, Private Shows, Group Visits, Arts, Exhibitions, Adult Programs, Educational & Student Programs
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IRVING ARTS CENTER
3333 North MacArthur Boulevard, Irving, TX 75062 Directions
Irving Arts Center is a place rich with arts. The 10-acre campus of this arts center, nestled in the center of Dallas-Fort Worth, includes two completely designed theaters; four galleries; conference, lecture, dining and performance facilities; and a lush sculpture garden. The Irving Arts Center was built to serve a wide variety of cultural and community needs. It is open 362 days a year, shutting only on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. The facilities attract a wide variety of leasing guests, including business events, conventions, cultural seminars and workshops, video shoots, wedding ceremonies, and celebrations. Weekly seven days open with a free parking facility.
Symphony Concerts, Classrooms, Art Center, Cultural Events, Guided Tours, Theater, National, Dance, Weddings, Musical Theater, Celebrations, Rental Facility, Youth and Family Programs, Theatres/Rehearsal Space, Field Trips, Group Sales, Regional and Local Exhibitions, Study Guides & Meetings
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RUTH PAINE HOUSE MUSEUM
801 West Irving Boulevard, Irving, TX 75061 Directions
Ruth Paine House Museum is a restored suburban 1960s house & museum where JFK's assassin spent the night before the shooting. In order to enhance the visitor 's feeling of being in the house in 1963, the story of the events that unfolded there is told through projected vignettes in which the actors play the roles of Ruth and Michael Paine, and Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald. Guests at Ruth Paine 's home will also learn about her involvement in local civil and social justice movements in the 1960s. The house is perfectly re-created. The curators have preserved people's lives, using holograms to tell their stories in their own words. Ruth Paine House Museum is available to the public from individuals, groups, students to adults and families.
Historical Buildings, Guided Tour, Cultural Activities, Summer Camp, Events, Education, Preservation and Restoration, Boarding House, Community Outreach & Group Tour