Pioneer Plaza is a 4.2 acre park with an amazing grouping of 70 cattle and three riders on horseback going down a hill, past a nice waterfall and crossing a stream. The grouping depicts the cattle drives that came through Dallas on the Shawnee Trail - the eastern most cattle driving trail. It is a must-see if you are in downtown Dallas - and it is free!
It is remarkable to walk among these very large, life-sized longhorns and riders, many in very interesting poses as they hike down the hill, cross the small stream and move on past.
Tip: In order to see all of the pieces, there is some "hiking" involved as the most convenient paths are across the stream on large, but not smooth stepping stones. One must then walk up a small hill to see the top-most sculptures (or walk father along the back of the arrangement.) Bear this in mind if going with anyone with movement disabilities.
I very much enjoyed seeing it and intend to take friends who visit Dallas in the future to see it.
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