Complete your Shopping Cart Order

Plano, Texas
2000 East Spring Creek Pkwy.
Plano, TX 75086
Plano, Texas

Attractions in Plano

Whether you’re coming for business or pleasure, Plano has the attractions to help you seal the deal or take a load off. Outdoorsy types will appreciate the luscious nature preserves and parks that call the city home, while lovers of the arts will find plenty here to appreciate. Visitors of all stripes will agree that between Plano and the surrounding DFW area, the dining - especially the barbecue - is second to none. The following are just a few of the top attractions in Plano.

Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
Enjoy a picnic, mountain bike, run the three miles of paved trails, or spot wildlife; there’s no wrong way to enjoy this lovely bit of nature on the western edge of Plano.
6701 West Parker Road
Plano, TX 75093
(972) 941-7250

ArtCentre of Plano
The seat of arts in Plano, ArtCentre serves as a gallery and theater for child, teen, and adult acting groups. Exhibits rotate frequently and special events like special collection displays are held monthly.
901 18th Street
Plano, TX 75074
(972) 423-7809

Courtyard Theatre
This 321-seat, proscenium-style theater is best known as the home of the Courtyard Texas Music Series, but you can also catch plays, musicals, concerts, and recitals here throughout the year. Various rotating art exhibits are on display in the theatre year-round, as well.
1509 H Avenue
Plano, TX 75074
(972) 941-5600

Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course
One of the best parks in Plano just got even better. National adventure company Go Ape brings its treetop canopy tour experience to Oak Point Park. Take in the view while riding zip lines, fly on “Tarzan swings,” and tackle more than 40 different obstacles.
5901 Los Rios Boulevard
Plano, TX 75074
(800) 971-8271

Heritage Farmstead Museum
A living history museum depicting life on the Blackland Prairie in the late 1800’s, the Heritage Farmstead Museum has exhibits like a replica 1895 schoolhouse and the 1892 Farrell-Wilson House. Costumed docents explain the numerous furnishings, tools, and other Victorian-era objects on display during your guided tour, or you can explore at your own pace. Open Tuesday through Sunday. 
1900 West 15th Street
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 881-0140

Interurban Railway Museum
The Interurban Railway Museum tells the story of the Texas Electric Railway and its impact on Plano’s history through interactive exhibits and antique photos. A highlight is the tour of the refurbished 1911 Car No. 360 that is guided by a knowledgeable staff member. Admission is free but donations are encouraged.
901 East 15th Street
Plano, TX 75074
(972) 941-2117

Lakeside Market
An upscale, open-air shopping center, Lakeside Market features well-known names like Sur La Table and GNC alongside locally owned establishments like Weir’s Furniture Village.
Preston Road at Spring Creek Parkway
Plano, TX 75093
(469) 232-3400

Lockhart Smokehouse
The Plano location of this barbecue chain known as one of the best in the country serves up the same mouth-watering ribs, brisket, and sausage that made the original joint famous.
1026 East 15th Street
Plano, Texas 75074
(972) 516-8900

Oak Point Park
At 800 acres, Oak Point is Plano’s largest park and the site of outdoor concerts at its 1,500-seat amphitheater. Take advantage of three-and-a-half miles of concrete trails for walking and biking, and five miles of nature trails along Rowlett Creek.
5901 Los Rios Boulevard
Plano, TX 75074
(972) 941-7250

Painting with a Twist
Bring your friends, a bottle of wine, and some snacks and let the in-house artist at Painting with a Twist guide you as you create your own masterpiece to take home at the end of the evening.
4001 Preston Road
Suite 510
Plano, TX 75093
(469) 814-0050

Rover Dramawerks
The former “roving” theater group now has a permanent home in Plano, where it revives forgotten works and exposes theatergoers to little-known gems of the stage. In addition to putting on lively productions in an intimate setting, the troupe offers acting classes for both children and adults, taught by experienced professionals from the DFW area. 
221 West Parker
Suite 580
Plano, TX 75023
(972) 849-0358

Southfork Ranch
One of the most iconic and longest-running TV shows of all time, Dallas, was shot at this fictional ranch in Parker, located just east of Plano. Today fans of the show come from all over the world to tour the grounds, see memorabilia from the show, ride horses, and feel like a Ewing for a day.
3700 Hogge Drive
Parker, TX 75002
(972) 442-7800

The Courses at Watters Creek
With a new name (formerly Chase Oaks) and a fully renovated course, The Courses at Watters Creek has something for players of all skill levels. Those looking for the full experience tee off on the championship Traditions Course. Beginners and those wanting a quick round should check out either the nine-hole Players Course or the lighted Futures Course, where flag distances top out at just 100 yards.
7201 Chase Oaks Boulevard
Plano, TX 75025
(214) 509-4653

The Shops at Legacy
A business-lunch locale during the day and a hopping nightlife scene at night, The Shops at Legacy is loaded with great spots to eat, drink, meet, and people-watch. When you’ve ready to drop after shopping at designer stores like Lululemon and Kendra Scott, hit the Angelika Film Center for a captivating indie movie.
7300 Lone Star Drive
Plano, TX 75024
(214) 473-8880

Urban Crust
Pair your wood-fired, thin-crust pizza with one of the restaurant’s fine wines and maybe some grilled polenta. Don’t forget to check out the scene on the roof, where one of the coolest bars in Plano keeps you and your drink chilled all night long.
1006 East 15th Street
Plano, Texas 75074
(972) 509-1400

Plano, Texas Social

Facebook Pinterest Twitter

Prairies and Lakes

Contact Information

Plano, Texas
2000 East Spring Creek Pkwy.
Plano, TX 75086
Plano, Texas

Facebook Pinterest Twitter