Pioneer Plaza is surrounded by a large herd of cow sculptures, made of bronze and in various forms. It feels like dozens of cows rushing down from the mountains. It's also spectacular. When I came here, I happened to meet someone beside the pond taking wedding photos. Many people are walking here.
It's very close to the red Pegasus and can be reached on foot. As the most creative city sculpture in the world, these sculptures show three cowboys driving 40 longhorn cattle to the market. The cow sculptures fully reflect the Dallas Texas style and the past and present of Texas. There are many stores nearby. They sell all kinds of jeans and accessories, such as boots, hats, clothes, accessories, tacks and saddle equipment. The quality is absolutely excellent.
What attracts the most attention of the Opener Square is all kinds of sculptures. Cow sculptures of the same size and cowboys riding on the back of cows make the overall style here more realistic, which also reflects the fact that Western Cowboys bring great productivity to Texas. It's also a good angle to appreciate the many skyscrapers, including the Bank of America Building, whose reflection is very natural in the park's pool.