Visit Frisco’s Heritage Museum

 
Frisco, TX was founded in February 1902. As it celebrates its 113 anniversary this month, this is the perfect time to visit the Frisco Heritage Museum and learn more about the city’s rich history.
 
The interactive Frisco Heritage Museum features hands-on exhibits which show visitors what life was like in the early days of Frisco. Thousands of historical artifacts from Frisco’s 100+ years are on display, allowing all to see how the early citizens of Frisco lived and how the city has grown tremendously in the last century.
 
Along with the 18,000 square foot museum, visitors can tour an entire recreated village with replicas a one-room school house, a log cabin, the Smith Muse house, the Lebanon Baptist Church, and the Frisco Train Depot.
 
The Mission Statement of the Frisco Heritage Museum is “to collect, preserve, study, interpret, exhibit, and stimulate appreciation for and knowledge of the history and culture of Frisco, Texas and the North Texas region to all the people of the region and to the visitors attracted to the area.”
 
The museum, church and train depot are also available to be rented out for private parties and functions.
 
The museum and grounds are open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10:00am-5:00pm, plus Sundays from 1:00pm-5:00pm.
 
To celebrate Frisco’s 113th birthday, the Museum will feature free admission on Sunday February 15th.
 
There are ALWAYS fun events happening in Frisco, TX! Considering a move here? When looking for whom to work with to meet your real estate needs in the north Dallas areas, the decision is an easy one… Contact Ebby Halliday Realtors’ Judi Wright, at 214.597.2985. She was voted “Best Realtor in Dallas” by D Magazine 2006 and 2008-2014, as well as named one of the “Best Real Estate Agents in America” by Real Trends.
 

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