Plano treats tourists to a cozy, suburban atmosphere that invites them to explore the town in its entirety. Unlike common American suburbs, there are several things to see and do in Plano without venturing into the big city. Nevertheless, it can't hurt to take a peek at Dallas once in a while.

The ArtCentre of Plano lies behind a quaint , storefront illusion. Do not allow its small appearance to deceive you. It is much bigger on the inside and holds a ton of regular exhibitions. The industrial, lofty interior features a variety of artwork mediums in addition to musical concerts, theater, and receptions.

Travelers with small children who want a more interactive experience may prefer a trip to the science museum. The Heard Natural Science Museum unites humans with the natural surroundings. It consists of a 289 acre wildlife preserve, laboratories, hiking trails, and an educational center. Explore one of the 3 major habitats or participate in a hands on lab.

When you have seen enough critters and trees, return to town with a walking tour of historic Plano. The downtown area is home to historical landmarks and memories of the early residents. The Aldridge House and S.B. Wyatt house are some examples of turn of the century residential housing. 

 Heritage Farmstead Museum