Frisco boasts vibrant cultural attractions highlighting its professional sports, upscale shopping, trendy eateries and historic downtown district. Trails and walking paths criss-cross the city, hosting hikers, bikers, strollers and a creative public arts trail.
Things to do in Frisco
Jump into the action at Frisco Square, filled with dozens of eateries, independent shops and entertainment venues. It’s also home to Frisco Heritage Village and Museum where you can delve into the region’s history. Sci-Tech Discovery Center offers hands-on exhibits on math, science and technology.
Are you a sports enthusiast? Cheer on the FC Dallas soccer team at Toyota Stadium or catch a Frisco RoughRiders baseball game at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, where you can also float down the park’s lazy river. Even in the off-season, you can get your football thrills at The Star, a training facility for the famous Dallas Cowboys.
Dining is a major pastime in Frisco, where you can dig into everything from Texas barbecue to Japanese sushi and Vietnamese pho. A favourite for South American cuisine is Brazilian Gaucho churrasco meats at EG Steak. In historic downtown Frisco, you’ll find 5th Street Patio Café, known for its Captain Crunch French Toast and Southern-style chicken and waffles.
The continually evolving public arts trail includes the Texas Sculpture Garden and the Bronze Cattle Drive Depictions. Climb aboard restored vintage railway cars at Museum of the American Railroad Museum or play Pong on the planet’s biggest Pong console inside the National Videogame Museum.
Getting around Frisco
Just 20 minutes north of Dallas, Frisco is connected to the metro area through light rail, buses, coaches and shuttles. You can rent a car at DFW International Airport in Dallas or get around by taxis and rideshare services.