Econo Lodge Airport I-35 North
2275 Valley View Lane
Dallas, TX 75234
Phone: (972) 243-5500
Fax: (972) 243-8738
For a thrilling day, visit the Zero Gravity Thrill Park. You'll find extreme rides that are sure to please even the most adventuresome. Go on the "Skyscraper" and experience incredible speed. Then, test your courage by riding "Nothin’ but Net", a 16 story free fall. You'll be sure to have a thrilling time!
Texas' own major movie production facility is the largest in the country outside of Florida and California. The studio's production company, Thornhill Productions Inc., has helped create such prestigious films as Silkwood, JFK and Trip to Bountiful. The public tour features such film artifacts as costumes from The Sound of Music and the bench from Forrest Gump. The tour lasts about an hour and a half, and includes The Blue Screen F/X Show, where the magical effects of the movies are explained and demonstrated. The National Museum of Communications, located in the same complex, holds the world's first color television and a Guttenberg printing press.
Vitruvian Park is a perfect spot where you can sit in solitude with a good book and a small picnic basket. The park is also ideal for joggers, and you can get your pets here too.
Les Lacs Linear Park is a local park frequented by many for morning walks. The park is surrounded by residential buildings and is a safe spot for children for some outdoor fun.
The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau is a customized travel information center for visitors. It offers group tours and general information regarding accommodation, sightseeing and transportation in and around Irving. The Convention Center provides a media center for meetings and conferences as well as organizing events for clients.
This state-of-the-art museum is dedicated to telling the history of the Boy Scouts of America. Everything from how the organization began to what it has become today is explained within its 53,000 square foot space. The museum also features workshops and interactive galleries for children, as well as a Norman Rockwell gallery.
Thomas Jefferson Park, located on Hidden Ridge, is a great place to spend some relaxing time with the family. The park has a lake, a paved trail, areas for walking dogs and more.
This charming little theater is a historic landmark of the city. The theater plays host to a number of local, cultural events.
Christian Chapel Temple of Faith is a beautiful church located in Dallas. Its goal is to incorporate its members into worship, and provide a house of prayer where they can restore and renew their faith in God. At the same time, it tries to combines the spiritual teaching with community service. The church has a Conference Center that the public can rent for public meetings, corporate events, conferences, fund-raiser events and concerts.
The Blueprints at Addison Circle Park is a striking attraction that no visitor is bound to miss. This gigantic blue structure is not just a majestic piece of art, but it also is a feat of engineering and deserves the admiration of every traveler.
Addison has worked hard on its beautification plans lately and the evidence is clear to see. Addison Circle Park is in between the Addison airport and the loud Belt Line Rd but it’s hard to notice in this subtle, yet beautiful area. This charming park has everything needed for a fun afternoon. Bring a Frisbee, ice chest, or a picnic. Let the kids or pets run through the fountains in the summertime. Athletes will the scenery while running or walking. Across the street are charming shops and dainty restaurants. If planning a family reunion or wedding reception the facilities can also be rented.
The Spruill Park is explored by many locals for jogging and other health routines. The park is also perfect for bringing a picnic.