Comfort Inn Near Plano Medical Center
5021 West Plano Pkwy
Plano, TX 75093
Phone: (972) 733-4700
Fax: (972) 733-4558
Located on North Dallas Parkway, ParkwayHills Baptist Church is visited by locals and tourists alike. The church is active in various community activities too.
Mary Kay Museum is where one can get a peek into the life of legendary businesswoman, Mary Kay Ash. Every article of memorabilia housed inside this museum is nothing less than an inspirtation, making it a must-visit attraction of the city.
Your family will enjoy the great outdoors at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. It provides a tranquil place to escape the hectic city life for an afternoon. You will find untainted woods, meadows, a collection of native Texas trees, and a habitat for birds, fish, and wildlife. This preserve is connected through a series of bridges and ramps leading to a covered pavilion. You will find climbing structures and slides, plus a torpedo-shaped track ride, and a wonderful fake rock to climb.
This historically correct museum is dedicated to safeguarding the history of farm life on the Texas prairie from 1890 to 1920. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this four-acre site is accredited by the American Association of Museums. You will be able to view a restored 14-bedroom Victorian farmhouse with its original outbuildings, gardens and smokehouse along with a blacksmith's shop and farm animals. Period-dressed volunteers give guided tours. Among the many programs available are birthday party plans for children up to age 12.
The Spruill Park is explored by many locals for jogging and other health routines. The park is also perfect for bringing a picnic.
Gaurded by the Addison Circle, the Beckert Park is lined with lush, green trees and makes a perfect spot for your morning walk. The place is also ideal for a romantic evening with someone special.
The Bosque Park is a fantastic park lined with tall trees that provide a peaceful escape. The park is perfect for your morning run, and it is ideal for walking and playing around with pets too.
Addison has worked hard on its beautification plans lately and the evidence is clear to see. Addison Circle Park is in between the Addison airport and the loud Belt Line Rd but it’s hard to notice in this subtle, yet beautiful area. This charming park has everything needed for a fun afternoon. Bring a Frisbee, ice chest, or a picnic. Let the kids or pets run through the fountains in the summertime. Athletes will the scenery while running or walking. Across the street are charming shops and dainty restaurants. If planning a family reunion or wedding reception the facilities can also be rented.
The Blueprints at Addison Circle Park is a striking attraction that no visitor is bound to miss. This gigantic blue structure is not just a majestic piece of art, but it also is a feat of engineering and deserves the admiration of every traveler.
This charming little theater is a historic landmark of the city. The theater plays host to a number of local, cultural events.
This treasure is tucked away behind malls and chic restaurants but it's still worth a visit. More importantly, it's the home of the Addison traveler and explorer. Though tours are not offered of this old beauty the visitors bureau is here and can point you in the direction of many different festivals and shows in the area. Especially nice during the Christmas season, it's decorated with beautiful lights and garlands.
The Visit Addison - Visitor Information and Artisan Center is where tourists can have an overall experience of all this city has on offer. From art, culture to events, shopping, gastronomy and more, the center has got it all covered.