Things To Do In Irving


One-Day or Weekend Admission to The Dallas Tattoo Expo on June 19–21 (50% Off)

The Dallas Tattoo Expo

Irving Convention Center

This annual convention invites tattoo enthusiasts to watch live work from over 50 artists and enter tattoo contests throughout the weekend

$20 $10

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BYOB Painting Class for One, Two, or Four at Pintapaint (51% Off)

Pintapaint

Pintapaint

Instructors provide step-by-step guidance as students combine brushstrokes with their favorite wines and snacks

$35 $17

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$35 for $100 Worth of Golf Lessons — Metroplex Golf Instruction

Metroplex Golf Instruction

Irving

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $35

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Birthday Visit from Boy or Girl Mouse or Ice Princess or Queen from Hay Brothers' Bounce City (Up to 34% Off)

Hay Brothers Bounce City

Hay Brothers Bounce City

Add an exciting guest to your little one’s birthday party: a boy or girl mouse character or an ice princess or queen

$225 $150

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10 or 20 Fitness Classes at Fit4040 (Up to 75% Off)

FIT4040

FIT4040

Personal trainer with 15 years of experience leads classes such as power Pilates, Booty Camp, and PiYo, which incorporates yoga into Pilates

$180 $49

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AT&T Byron Nelson Golf Championship Tickets

AT&T Byron Nelson Golf Championship via Fanxchange

TPC Four Seasons

Beloved PGA Tournament stop treats fans to four days of golf and entertainment, including nightly concerts

$38

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All-Day Admission for Two or Four to the National Scouting Museum (Up to 50% Off)

National Scouting Museum

National Scouting Museum

Official museum of the Boy Scouts of America houses more than 600,000 unique items

$16 $9

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Six-Week Gut Buster Boot Camp (Up to 86% Off)

Private Workout

Multiple Locations

Personalized exercise program pairs high-intensity cardio with resistance training in private workout rooms

$149 $21

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  • Texas Skydiving Center
    Cindy Gibson hears a lot of ecstatic exclamations from first-time jumpers?including gratuitous use of the words "awesome" and "amazing"?but one of the most memorable remarks she ever heard came from a woman celebrating her 81st birthday. After landing, Cindy asked her why she waited so long to try skydiving. The woman replied that her husband never let her. Then she cracked a sly smile and said, "But now he's dead." Cindy certainly understands the lifelong desire to skydive. "I don't remember a time when I didn?t want to jump out of airplanes," she says. But growing up, she figured you had to be paratrooper to do it. Then as a waitress in college, she overheard some customers talking about going skydiving, and she convinced them to take her along. The more she went, the more ways she found to improve the experience. With this newfound love and knowledge of the skydiving business, she sought out a parcel of land and a passionate team and founded Texas Skydiving Center. Today, she and her team of instructors lead tandem jumps, static-line jumps, and solo free falls thousands of feet above their picturesque facility. Beyond using equipment and instructional methods that are compliant with the United States Parachute Association's standards, the instructors' claim their chief difference lies in the individual attention they give each client. Groups are kept small so that all are on a first-name basis, and the instructors ask each person what they hope to do in the air. A bunch of flips? Maybe a zen-like float? On the way down, they can even record the jumps with several filming options. An eco-friendly dropzone then awaits skydivers, where chattering guinea fowl snatch up insects, colorful songbirds flit through wildflowers, and a llama and alpaca knit their own wool into a commemorative scarf for each successful skydiver.
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    1055 Private Rd. 7022
    Lexington, TX US
  • Maximum Sports Connection
    For the guests of Cowboy Fan Connection, a Dallas Cowboys game actually starts three hours before kickoff. For both home and away games, the company hosts all-inclusive tailgate parties?with or without tickets to the game itself?that keep revelers sustained with burgers, brats, drinks, and raffles for Cowboys merchandise. Customers can dress the part with apparel from the online store to show off their fandom or eerie resemblance to Troy Aikman to current and former players during private autograph sessions. In addition to game-day events, Cowboy Fan Connection also hosts Saturday-night dinner parties where fans come together to break bread as sportswriter Mickey Spagnola and former Cowboy Nate Newton broadcast their weekly radio program, Radio Road Show. Stadium tours the day before or after a game enable fans to guide themselves throughout Cowboys Stadium, while off-season trips such as a weekend in the Bahamas give fans the chance to draw up defensive plays in the sand with current and former Cowboys.
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    221 East Las Colinas Boulevard
    Irving, TX US
  • Fly-A-Sim
    Fly-A-Sim gives humans wings and shows them how to use them. But these wings aren't covered with feathers or drenched with barbecue sauce—they're virtual and perfect for soaring across an imaginary stratosphere. A certified flight instructor begins each simulated journey with a lesson on how aircraft fly. Afterward, participants board a comfy jet simulator that trains real pilots for a solo flight in the captain's seat. Realistic sounds and visuals conjure a rush of excitement as virtual pilots execute basic maneuvers such as takeoffs and landings. For most simulations, the pilot-in-training can bring along a friend to test-drive the plane or point out clouds that look like Nietzsche's mustache.
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    3201 East Airfield Dr.
    DFW Airport, TX US
  • Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show
    An estimated 70 exhibitors plan to attend the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, a four-day exposition held at the Park Avenue Armory. The show displays thousands of treasures with origin from the last several thousand years including furniture, contemporary art, Asian antiquities, rare manuscripts and books, and antique and estate jewelry.
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    500 West Las Colinas Boulevard
    Irving, TX US
  • Pilot for a Day
    Pilot For A Day launches aspiring aviators into simulated altitudes for 30 minutes of Falcon jet-plane navigation. Pilots divvy time between the captain's seat and copilot's seat with another Falcon customer as they both pierce wings through the virtual wind gusts. The faux flyer can re-create daytime, twilight, and nighttime visuals as well as various weather scenarios such as thunderstorms or meatball blizzards. After traversing the pixilated conditions, each aero-graduate receives a complimentary Pilot For A Day baseball cap and a certificate with their name and picture.
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    3201 East Airfield Drive
    Dallas, TX US
  • YMCA
    The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas, a cause-driven organization dedicated to promoting healthy living, youth development, and social responsibility, helps active families forge fit physiques and attain balanced lifestyles with wellness classes, nutrition programs, and trained staff within a positive community atmosphere. The Y offers hundreds of group exercise classes to induce heart-pumping fitness through yoga poses, Pilates, and Zumba dance moves, and 10 outdoor pools and eight indoor pools at select locations allow for low-impact workouts, casual lap swimming, family swimming, and intense Marco Polo matches. Personalized PFP teaches personal-training exercises to those averse to group fitness routines, MEND fights childhood obesity through lessons in nutrition and exercise for children and their families, and YMCA Diabetes Prevention help those at risk maintain healthy lifestyles and reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Parents can workout in peace with complimentary drop-in childcare at several branches, and family programs get relatives sweating together through a range of fun, pressure-free activities, alleviating the awkwardness of father-daughter dance lessons or mother-son paintball tourneys. Additional fees may apply for certain YMCA programs.
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    1621 W Walnut Hill Ln
    Irving, TX US

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