Irving Landmarks and Monuments

(Irving, Texas - TX, USA)

Irving has but a handful of monuments and landmarks and visitors wanting to follow a wider historic trail of Texas should head for the neighboring cities of Dallas and Fort Worth.

However, Irving's Marble Cow Sculpture is the city's most stunning landmark and a must see for anyone visiting the Las Colinas area.

John F. Kennedy Memorial

Address: Dallas County Historical Plaza, Dallas, Texas TX, USA
Situated next to Main and Market streets in downtown Dallas is the John F. Kennedy Memorial, a fitting tribute to the popular president who met his end at the hands of an assassin in 1963.
Open hours: daily
Admission: free

Las Colinas Flower Clock

Address: Highway 114 and O'Connor Road, Irving, Texas TX, USA
The Las Colinas Flower Clock is a landmark that takes its inspiration from those prevalent in some of Europe's magnificent gardens. The clock's flowers are changed every three months to ensure that the display retains the vibrant character that it is famous for.
Open hours: daily
Admission: free

Marble Cow Sculpture

Address: Highway 114 at Rochelle Road, Irving, Texas TX, USA
Located at the top of Bluebonnet Hill, Irving's Marble Cow Sculpture stands as a memory of the Las Colinas ranchlands that were once a predominant feature of the area. The monument features five marble cows which were designed and sculpted by artist Harold Clayton.
Open hours: daily
Admission: free

Mustangs of Las Colinas

Address: 5205 North O'Connor Drive, Irving, Texas TX, USA
Tel: +1 972 869 9047
A modern-day equine sculpture and something of a focal point of the city, the Mustangs of Las Colinas 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.
Open hours: daily
Admission: free

Old City Park

Address: 1717 Gano Street, Dallas, Texas TX, 75215, USA
Tel: +1 214 421 5141
Old City Park offers visitors the chance to get a feeling of what life in Texas was like in days gone by. This charming historic village is home to a number of well-restored period buildings.
Open hours: Tuesday to Saturday - 10:00 to 16:00, Sunday - 12:00 to 16:00
Admission: charge, discounts available for seniors, children and families