Plano is home to a wide variety of activities that are great for the whole family. Whether you are looking for something to do that allows you to experience the natural beauty of Texas or something to do inside to take a little break from the outdoors, there is something for everyone. Here are a few of our favorite kid-friendly activities around Plano.
Do you have a child that loves to express their creative side? This unique attraction lets your little one explore and create, all while learning. The Crayola Experience is home to a variety of attractions and places for a one of a kind, interactive experience. They currently have an adventure lab, a place to create your own coloring page, a cafe with live shows, a playground, and much more. If this sounds like a good time you can find the Crayola Experience at 6121 West Park Boulevard Suite A100. They are open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. during the week and until 8 p.m. on the weekends.
If you are going stir crazy with your kiddos at home, the Safari Run is the perfect place to take them to burn some energy while you sit back and watch. The center is made up of slides, large play areas, and plenty of other things to ensure your kids are having fun. They are open for free play during the weekdays. They do keep their Facebook page up to date on whether or not they will open during the weekend or if they are booked up with parties so check there before going on Saturday or Sunday. You should also make sure you bring socks as they are required in the play structure. You can find the Safari Run recreation center at 2300 Coit Road #300.
Play Street Museum
In a world that can seem so large to children, the Play Street Museum allows them to play at a place that is just their size. They have a variety of activities and exhibits that are perfect for entertaining kids for a day full of fun. Their play areas simulate real-life experiences to help your child process thoughts and learn, all while having fun. This is a must-visit for younger kids. You can find the Play Street Museum at 5964 West Parker Road #120.
Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
If you are looking for something that provides a little more natural beauty and fun, Arbor Hills Nature Preserve would be perfect. This park is over 200-acres of natural beauty where you can find a variety of different animals, including birds. There are also several different hiking trails you can venture into. If you visit around sunset you can find great views from all over the park. You can find Arbor Hills Nature Preserve at 6701 West Parker Road.
Any of these kid-friendly places will provide you and your family with a great experience. So, get out and get ready for a fun-filled day, we hope our list was able to help you decide on a place to go.
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