The Mustangs of Las Colinas

is one of the largest equestrian sculptures in the world.  Williams Square, a stark, pink-granite plaza in the Las Colinas Urban Center, is home to this breathtakingly realistic bronze sculpture of nine wild mustangs crossing a stream. Tourists from around the world visit the plaza to view the impressive, larger-than-life depiction that serves as its centerpiece.

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

Adjacent to the sculpture, in the West 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.

30th Anniversary Events Postponed:

The celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Mustangs of Las Colinas sculpture has been postponed due to the road construction taking place around the Urban Center.  Plans are now to have a belated celebration in the fall of 2015.

Please Note: The Mustang Museum has Moved. It is now located in the East Tower at Williams Square. Please call the museum 972-869-9047 or the Irving Archives at 972-721-4754 with any questions. 

The Mustang Museum's new address is:

5221 N. O'Connor Road, Suite 110E, Irving, Texas 75039