Pioneer Plaza

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General Information

Pioneer Plaza is a public park situated in Dallas, USA. The park was created on the idea of real estate developer Trammell Crow, it was created in 1994 and covers 4.2 acres of land which is currently managed by the Dallas Convention Center. The park is known for its sculpture of a cattle drive that used to take place along the Shawnee Trail. The sculpture which contains 49 steers and 3 trail riders make up the largest bronze sculpture in the world. The park is the largest area of open space in the Dallas Central Business District.

Getting there

The park is situated in the Downtown area of Dallas. The park is a short walk away from one of the major transport hubs of the city which is served by light-rail, train and bus routes, ‘Union’ station.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is a public park, it is open at all hours and is free to access.

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