Below is our Plano online directory list of of DFW State & Area Parks surrounding Plano Texas including the Dallas Arboretum and Texas Discovery Gardens in Dallas.
For a complete list of Plano City Parks, please see our City of Plano Parks Page.
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Check out our Allen City Parks Page for a list of all city parks in Allen TX.
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Location: One mile east of S.H. 5 on FM 1378
The Heard Museum is a non-profit organization located in McKinney. It includes attractions such as Nature Trails, Exhibits, Bird Sanctuary, Native Plant Garden and more.The Heard's indoor exhibits provide an interactive environment in which visitors can discover, enjoy and experience various aspects of the Texas natural environment. There are several permanent collections as well as rotating collections.
Includes kids Discovery Garden,
interactive displays, butterfly garden, self-guided
composting, native plant & water
conservation tours and more. Also available for class field trips. Kids in the Garden classes available too certain times of year. Environmental Discovery Gardens Classes are Classes are for grades
Kindergarten through 12 (offered to Plano residents
This 12,000-square foot nature center offers interactive exhibits, terrariums, aquariums, nature trails, and Saturday events. The Center also offers a variety of environmental educational programming for children and adults.
The Trinity River Audubon Center offers something for the whole family – an interactive exhibit hall inviting hands-on exploration; 4 – 5 miles of hiking trails through the Great Trinity Forest and our prairies and wetlands; even our nature store offers enticing artwork from local artists and fun kids games. Want to spend some time together outdoors – then come on down to TRAC!