The Frisco Heritage Museum tells the rich stories of the development of the city of Frisco, Texas from the turn of the last century to the present day. Museum exhibits feature dozens of rare artifacts and photographs depicting Frisco's past. The Museum chronicles Frisco's growth from the small farming town of Lebanon to one of the fastest growing cities in the country.
$8 Family, $4 Adults, $3 Seniors, $2 Children, 4 and Under Free.
Map / Location:
6455 Page St, Frisco TX 75034 Map »
Wednesday thru Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
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The Frisco Museum scene is growing!
There are two additional museums in the planning and construction phase that will be opening in Frisco in the near future.
In its most ambitious project to date, the Museum of the American Railroad closed its location in Dallas’ Fair Park to relocate its collections and operations 30 miles north to Frisco, Texas. The museum includes items from the "golden age" of railroad history throughout the 1900s, including railroad history tied to the "Frisco Line" railroad, from where Frisco, TX derives its name. Visitors will be able to explore actual rail cars and locomotives when the museum is complete. The Frisco site is currently under construction and access to the locomotive and rolling stock collection is limited to scheduled tours. The Museum also maintains interim offices, exhibits, and retail at the Frisco Heritage Museum located a few hundred yards north of the new, permanent site.
Read more about the Museum of the American Railroad on their web site: http://www.museumoftheamericanrailroad.org/
The National Video Game Museum, a roving exhibit showing at museums across the country, will soon find a new, permanent home in Frisco!
The Frisco City Council has approved a 10,400 square foot space inside the Frisco Discovery Center to showcase the museum's huge collection of over 20,000 items including video games, video game systems, memorabilia, and exhibits.