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What to Do in Plano

Whether you’re a Plano native or you're just looking for a new adventure, Plano offers plenty of activities, both indoors and outside. Consider these options when you want to play tourist in Plano:

  • Heritage Farmstead Museum

    Visit the Heritage Farmstead Museum to learn what life was like in the Texas Blackland Prairie region during the late 1800s and early 1900s. In addition to a collection of more than 10,000 historic objects, including farm tools and furniture, the museum features permanent and rotating exhibits as well as various educational programs.

  • Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

    This 200-acre park on Plano’s western border is home to wildlife but welcomes visitors to hike and bike its trails. Arbor Hills also offers a playground for the kids to burn some energy and an observation tower that provides a unique view of the city.

  • High Street Antiques & Design

    Plano is home to one of the biggest antique malls in North Texas. During a trip to High Street Antiques & Design, you can peruse collectibles, toys, household items and other vintage pieces for sale from more than 200 antique dealers.

Places to Visit Near Plano

The greater Plano area offers adventures for people of all ages and interests. Consider these destinations that are just a short journey away:

  • Cavanaugh Flight Museum

    The Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison boasts a collection of aircraft from World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and historic civilian planes. Take a tour from ground level, or book a flight in a warbird for a unique trip over North Dallas.

  • Wichita Falls

    Take a weekend trip to Wichita Falls, located just a couple of hours from Plano. Here you’ll find museums dedicated to history, art, and police and fire departments, in addition to historic buildings. The city is also home to the century-old “World’s Smallest Skyscraper” and a 54-foot waterfall.

  • Dallas World Aquarium

    A trip to Dallas World Aquarium offers an up-close look at sea life from around the world. Walk through the 20,000-gallon tunnel that’s home to hundreds of fish, admire coral reefs and examine tortoises, chameleons and exotic birds without leaving The Lone Star State.

Related Resources

  • Planning a day trip? Learn how homeowners insurance may help protect the belongings you pack in your car.

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  • Renting a car for your long weekend away? It may be a good idea to brush up on your own auto insurance coverages before buying extra insurance for your rental car.

    Should You Buy Extra Rental Car Insurance at the Counter?
  • If the unexpected happens while you’re on the road, are you prepared? From pothole damage to a stolen vehicle, find out how different car insurance coverages may help.

    Car Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
  • If your road trip results in an unfortunate car accident, collision coverage may help pay to repair your vehicle. Here are some things to consider about collision coverage on an auto insurance policy.

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  • Planning a vacation outside the Plano area? Travel insurance may help cover your costs if you unexpectedly need to cancel your trip, your luggage is lost along the way or certain other unanticipated scenarios.

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