Updated: 06/29/2020 July 4th will be celebrated a little differently this year for most Americans, but we are proud to still be able to offer a few events to help celebrate the birth of our great nation. We are so happy the City of Plano will keep its annual July 4th fireworks tradition alive this year with a few necessary changes. The fireworks will launch on higher ground and at a higher altitude (500-600 feet compared to 300-500 feet) allowing them to be seen from farther away. Families are encouraged to view the fireworks from their own homes, vehicles or neighborhoods. Though there will be no “festival” like in years past, the fireworks will still be set to music on[…] Read More
When you are ready, we are here
When business is back-to-normal, we’re here for you. Whether business travel or leisure travel, we at Visit Plano are here to help you make the most of your visit. But for now, we’re eagerly looking forward to brighter days ahead – for you, for your family, and for all of those in our tourism and hospitality industry. Should you need anything at all during this time, please feel free to reach out to our team. We’re here for you and ready to help however we can.