Famous (Older) Landmarks In Plano, Texas
Plano is a bustling suburb just 20 miles north of downtown Dallas.
It was established in the 1840’s and holds on to the ‘small-town’ life. Even though there are not very many ‘true’ landmarks of the city, the citizens have named many of the below to be true famous landmarks in Plano.
- Collin College
- South Fork Ranch- some of the 80’s show ‘Dallas’ was filmed here.
- Downtown Plano (the red brick road)
- Haggard Farm (the llamas are a favorite to see as we drive by)
- Oak Point Nature Preserve
- The Heritage Farmstead
- Haggard Park and the Interurban Railway Museum
- The Texas Pool
- Thunderbird Rolling Rink- children of the 80’s in Plano remember this place very well!
- Bob Woodruff Park
- Clark Stadium- all the high school football games used to here.
- Dairy Queen (the original at Ave K and Park)
- Historical Houses near downtown Plano
- Plano Balloon Festival (every September)
- Aquatic Center
Newer Landmarks in Plano, Texas (to be sure and check out)
- Newly re-opened Jack Carter Pool
- Shops of Legacy
- Legacy West
- Legacy Hall
- Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
- All Abilities Jack Carter Park
- Angelika Film Center
- Go Ape Zipline
- Newly updated (and indoor pool!) Carpenter Park Rec Center
Do you have a favorite landmark in Plano?