Irving Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Irving

Irving is in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in Texas. The city is home to the National Scouting Museum, the official museum of the Boy Scouts, and the Irving Arts Center, a 10-acre visual and performing arts center.

From Campion Trails, a greenbelt that stretches for 22 miles along the Trinity River, to Las Colinas, an area that includes Mandalay Canal and Lake Carolyn, Irving is a must-visit for lovers of outdoor and water activities.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Irving

What to do in Irving

The Mustangs of Las Colinas

When to Visit Irving

The best months to visit Irving are April to October when temperatures average 77 to 96 degrees.

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When the weather is nice in Irving

How to Get to Irving

Airports near Irving

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Where to Stay in Irving

The Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas offers a gym, spa, and five restaurants. The Homewood Suites by Hilton Irving, near the airport and the business district, features rooms, as well as suites equipped with a full kitchen.

Popular Neighborhoods in Irving

Where to stay in popular areas of Irving

Most booked hotels in Irving

How to Get Around Irving

The Cost of Living in Irving

Shopping Streets

Irving has several prominent shopping areas, including Galleria at 13355 Noel Road, which has high-end shops, department stores, casual and upscale restaurants, as well as an ice skating rink.

Groceries and Other

Tom Thumb features staples, as well as a deli, fish market, sushi bar, and olive bar. La Michoacana Meat Market has meats, produce, baked goods, and a tacqueria. The cost of living in Irving is slightly below the national average. A gallon of milk is $2.77 and a loaf of bread is $1.91.

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Where to Eat in Irving

LAW, a traditional American steakhouse, specializes in bone-in ribeye, short ribs, and a 9oz flank steak. Entrees average $40. The Keg Steakhouse and Bar serves top sirloin, Alaskan King crab, and Atlantic lobster tails. Entrees average $40.

Most popular restaurants in Irving

The Ranch at Las Colinas
Contemporary American
Excellent (644 reviews)
Via Reál
Via Reál
Mexican / Southwestern
Excellent (395 reviews)
Benihana - Las Colinas
Excellent (386 reviews)
Cool River Cafe - Dallas
Excellent (213 reviews)
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Las Colinas
Excellent (199 reviews)
Terra Mediterranean Grill - Irving
Excellent (160 reviews)