Thirty miles north of Dallas you find McKinney, a cozy and creative Texas community. McKinney is well known for its tree-lined streets and quaint downtown district. Founded in 1849, this historic city offers residents and visitors a variety of programs, events, and recreational opportunities, making it the perfect stop for any Texas vacation.
Popular attractions in McKinney are its museums and historical sites. The Collin County Farm Museum gives visitors a better appreciation of Collin County's rural heritage and a little taste of life on the plains. The Heard-Craig Center for the Arts is open Tuesday through Saturday to share Texas Art and important artifacts from McKinney's history. They also offer educational programs.
Compared to many popular places to live in the United States, Texas has a fairly low cost of living. As basic living expenses rise for the average American family in the U.S., many turn to places where transportation, housing, food, and utilities are less expensive. Living in Texas allows families to stretch their money as far as possible allowing them to live the American dream with less stress.
A vintage arcade, a comedy club, and several wineries, breweries, and pubs contribute to McKinney's nightlife. It's so popular for many out-of-towners to choose McKinney for a fun night of enjoyment, but beware, having too wild of a night can land you in jail. I learned from an expungement attorney that this is a common problem.
McKinney is a beautiful place to visit and live, and there is plenty to explore and do. No matter what your interests are, there is something here for you. This friendly town loves getting visitors and is waiting for you to come by with your family and friends to have a good time.