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The Mustangs of Las Colinas, Irving

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Tourist from around the world come to view the impressive, larger-than-life depiction that serves as the centerpiece of Williams Square, a stark, pink-granite plaza in the Las Colinas Urban Center.

This is a must-see for visitors and residents alike.

Adjacent to the sculpture, in the East Tower of Williams Square Plaza, is the Mustangs of Las Colinas Museum. In the museum, visitors learn the story of the eight years of work African wildlife artist Robert Glen invested in creating the Mustangs. The museum also presents a short film which brings to life for the visitor the time and effort that went into designing, molding, and mounting this distinctive piece of public art. Other works of art by Robert Glen are also on display in the museum.

Admission to the museum is free.
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  • We took my almost three-year-old granddaughter to see the Mustangs. She had so much fun splashing the statues with water. She kept telling me Grammy they need water. LOL the statues have been there fo...  read more »
  • Skip looking at the sculpture through your phone, and get up close and enjoy with your eyes! Look at how the artist captured the musculature and veins on each horse, Admire how each horse is posed dif...  read more »
  • All who arrive there must contribute to the care and maintenance of the city because it is very clean and nice and such very attractive, very friendly people and excellent monuments especially that refers to horses
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  • Located just off of highway 114 in Las Colinas, the world's largest equestrian sculpture! Everytime I drive by the plaza there are groups of people admiring the statues. A must see location on your way to or from the DFW Airport.
  • we didnt forget to take our dog with us, and were subsequently chased off by a security natzi under the pretense of NO DOGS ALLOWED IN THE SQUARE. If mason could have squeezed out some pee she would have.
  • The art and everything were fantastic but they had no public facilities at all and I got a five yr old sister you can imagine how that went
  • Great for Pictures.
  • Amazing spot to take pictures and bask in the art and sculpture...looks so much better in person, anytime of the day, I went at sundown...just beautiful!!!
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