When in Plano plan to have fun.
A Texas welcome awaits you in Plano an all-American city, located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Hot-air balloons, spectacular art shows and live music are remarkable features of day-to-day life in Plano. It’s easy-going lifestyle prevents you from falling into a rut, instead you should get ready, for Plano will move heaven and earth to keep you on the move through your stay.
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There is something for everyone in Plano. From skilled golf players to beginners, Plano offers four golf courses numbering more than 18 holes to practice golfing or just check the calendar of events as in Plano always has something going on. For instance, its three-day Balloon Festival with live entertainments, tasty treats and, as the name says, colorful balloons takes place in September.
Still troubled with what to do in Plano? Then you should visit the Southfork Ranch, a location for major TV show Dallas it makes the dreams of TV fans come true. Away from the iconic soap, you can spend money on shopping in one of 70 small shopping centers and two malls or combine it all together for extensive shopping and sightseeing in downtown.
- Cockroach Hall of Fame, a museum by a pest control specialist
- Angelika Film Center offers a diverse mix of independent films
- Arbor Hills Nature Preserve covers 200-acre of green area with a 2.3-mile paved path for pedestrians
- Willow Bend, an indoor mall with boutiques and expensive clothing stores
- The JC Penney Museum, a popular attraction for culture buffs and offers a few shops in the area
Originally, Plano earned its name for its flatness as Plano means "flat" in Spanish. But this feature wasn't attractive enough to settle the area until the modern facilities like sawmilling, mail service and shops arrived there. The highest swell of visitors was in 1872 due to the construction of the Houston-Texas Railroad. The role of regional crossing earned brought to the city more job opportunities that attracted immigrants.
With the turn of the 20th century urbanization fueled population growth soon reaching the number of 222,030 residents. Today Plano is no more suburbia to neighboring Dallas, instead it has evolved into a fascinating destination in its own right. Teeming with travel experiences, Plano retains its hometown feel being more laid-back in comparison to other destinations.
Plano may serve as a perfect haunt to enjoy both small town aura and big city conveniences at once. Booked.net can take a hassle with accommodation out for you through advance booking at our website.