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9700 Dallas Parkway, Frisco, TX, US, 75034

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Arts & Museums

»Museum of the American Railroad

Established in 1963, the Museum of the American Railroad is a living preservation of steam-era railroading and has one of the finest collections of historic railway equipment in the country. Rare and unique pieces have been rescued and assembled to illustrate the importance of the railroads in America's heritage. The museum also presents artifacts for interpretive display to the public. A selection of massive locomotives is featured along with freight and passenger cars.

6455 Page Street
Frisco, TX 75034

»Heritage Farmstead Museum

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.

1900 West 15th Street
Plano, TX 75075

»Interurban Railway Museum

Commuting is a fact of life for tens of million of Americans. In suburban Dallas, there is the Interurban Electric Railway that commemorates some of the significant developments in urban transportation. Between 1908 and 1948 the Texas Electric Railway ran from Dallas to Denison, among many other routes throughout Texas. The primary stop between these locations was in Plano, which is now the site for the Interurban Railway Museum. Plano decided to renovate the station into a museum to recognize the importance of the station as a sign of technological progression. The electric railway car was an important advancement of the traditional steam engine. The museum features pictures, displays and artifacts from the Texas Electric Railway. You can even tour one of the train cars. A must visit for those interested in railway history.

901 East 15th Street
Plano, TX 75074

»Cavanaugh Flight Museum

Located in the Addison Airport, Cavanaugh Flight Museum features historical aircraft and related objects. The museum is unique since many of the airplanes displayed here are still active and can fly. After a day of learning about rare aircraft, you can relax at the museum's picnic area, browse the art gallery, and check out the gift shop.

4572 Claire Chennault Street
Addison, TX 75001

»Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary

This 289-acre site enchants visitors with nature trails, natural science exhibits, educational programs, live animals, a Native Plant garden, the Heard Nature Store, and more.

1 Nature Place
McKinney, Texas 75069

»Art Institute of McKinney

The Art Institute of McKinney offers art classes, workshops, special events, and gallery exhibits for kids of all ages and adults.

113 South Kentucky Street
McKinney, Texas 75069

»North Texas History Center

Pioneer Roots, Cowboys and Cattle Drives, and Texas in the Civil War. NTHC also features special exhibits and events.

300 East Virginia Street
McKinney, Texas 75070

»University of Texas at Dallas - Visual Arts Building

Without a doubt, art exhibits and performances at the University of Texas at Dallas have doubled in the recent past. The on-site classrooms and bulletin boards have even been incorporated for exhibits by guests like Victoria Corcoran. Other artists have included those from Continental Gin Studios in Deep Ellum. Rolling Stone Magazine's Greil Marcus has been among the notable guest lecturers. UTD has also staged numerous performances by musicians such as Moscow pianist Dmitri Ratser, the Huaxia Ensemble of China, Mexico's Los Tiempos Pasados and Dallas' own Cafe Noir. Art shows are free. However, admission is usually charged for lectures, concerts, and theater events.

800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080

»AW Perry House

This historic house is a true treasure in an urban spread.  Tucked off of Beltline, beside the old cemetery is this house available for touring.  This 4-room house and stables is a fun blast to the past.  Filled with many antiques, it's a great way to show the little ones how life used to be.  Designated a Texas Historic Landmark, this free house tour will take you back to a time that seems to be lost when wandering around the Carrollton area.

1509 N Perry Rd
Carrollton, TX

»Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass

If you love glass art, be sure to enter Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass's magical wonderland of glass at the Village on the Parkway. You will find the works of over 300 exciting contemporary artists. These works include vases, bottles, plates, glasses and much, much more. If you're lucky, you might catch the entrants in the Annual Goblet invitational or the Annual Scent Bottle Invitational.

5100 Beltline Road
Dallas, TX 75254

»Southfork Ranch

The homestead of the fictional Ewing family has become the “world's most famous ranch.” The sprawling acreage of this North Texas ranch is located 20 miles north of downtown Dallas and, although the long-running television series Dallas has been off the air for several years, the mansion and grounds are still a popular place to visit. Tram tours carry guests on a voyage through the history of the series every half-hour throughout the day. The Ewing mansion is the key point of the tour, offering insight to the characters and filming of the series.

3700 Hogge Road
Parker, TX 75002

»Southwest Gallery

With 16,000 square feet of artwork and accessories, Southwest Gallery boasts one of the largest collections of original oils, graphics, antiques, sculptures and bronzes in the Southwest. The gallery also offers an extensive selection of American and European oils in a variety of styles, including contemporary, traditional, impressionistic, Western and Southwestern. W.A. Slaughter, Dan Lomahaftewa, L. Gordon, R.W. Hedge are just a few of the artists represented at the gallery.

4500 Sigma Road
Dallas, TX 75244
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