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Formerly housing the Collin County Courthouse, McKinney Performing Arts Center boasts a history that dates all the way back to 1848. With its French Second Empire design, featuring twin towers, carved stone, and a precipitous mansard roof, the historic district courtroom doubled as a haven for lawmakers and a dance hall for denizens, and was once among the tallest buildings of north Texas. After the Collin County Courthouse relocated in 1979, the building was eventually rehabilitated and renamed the McKinney Performing Arts Center in 2006. The former home of hanging judges is now a hot spot for music, theater, and comedy, sporting intimate views from its main floor and balcony. The performance center also rumbles with the stirring sounds of its massive 1920s Wurlitzer theater pipe organ.