Plano Sights and Landmarks Guide, Texas
One of the most beautiful and attractive places in the province of Texas in USA is Plano and your travel itinerary of Texas wouldn’t be complete without a peek into the delights and sightseeing attractions of Plano.
Dvine Wine of Plano
This is a famous winery cum vineyard situated in an elegant and unique place which can accommodate a maximum of 200 people. There is no limitation or restriction on caterers and you can taste a variety of branded wines and custom wines on the spot. Public tours and retail sales on the spot are available or permissible and you have to shell out $6 to $10 as tasting fee from Tuesday to Saturday between four in the evening and 8.30 in the night.
Just where the Legacy Drive And Bishop Road converge, there in the northwest corner lies the Baccus cemetery, better known among the locals as The Cook Cemetery. It is the oldest graveyard in Plano dating back to 1847 and it belongs to the mid Victorian era.
Main Event Plano This is an amusement park, the top draws of which are a bar, arcade games, laser tag, bowling and a café. You can hold birthday parties, corporate parties, group events, family outings in this café. This particular amusement park is basically the Plano wing of a Texan amusement park chain.
Planet Pizza Plano
This is another theme or amusement park in Plano that you may check out. The most popular rides here are roller coaster rides, a pirate ship, Ferrari bumper cars and other such adrenaline pumping adventure rides. The kids will definitely enjoy the large Soft play area that features slides, tunnels, tubes and other such different varieties of token operated skill games.
Art Centre in Plano
This theatre cum auditorium is housed inside a historic downtown building that has recently been renovated and a great variety of cultural programs are hosted in this auditorium like art shows, vocal performances, theatrical productions etc round the year. There is also an art gallery inside its fold that displays the artistic endeavors of local people. The Plano Repertory is also permanently housed here.
No visit to a city or a place is complete without a trip to its museums from where you can get to know important historical and anthropological trivia about that place. There are 3 museums in Plano to quench your thirst for knowledge - The Interurban Museum, The Heritage Farm Stead Museum and the JC Penny Museum.
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