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.
Wednesday - Saturday, 10-5 p.m.
Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Children ages 5-11, $2
Children 4 and under, Free
The Frisco Heritage Museum proudly participates in the Blue Star Program offering FREE ADMISSION to all active duty military families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
The Frisco Heritage Museum occupies a large lot southeast of Frisco Square near City Hall, The Frisco Public Library, and shopping and restaurants. Soon, an expanded 12-acre Museum of the American Railroad will open south of the Frisco Heritage Museum.
6455 Page Street
Frisco, Texas 75034
HERITAGE CENTER OPEN HOUSE
The Heritage Center's buildings and structures will be open for public touring from 1-4 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month. This is being made possible with the generous help of volunteers from the Heritage Association of Frisco.
Buildings will be available except on occasions when a building is scheduled for an event.
Regular admission will be charged at the Heritage Museum.
RESERVATIONS FOR PRIVATE EVENTS
Looking for a site to hold your special event? Consider renting the spacious Frisco Heritage Museum , the adjacent historic Lebanon Church, the Smith Muse House, the Crozier-Sickles Bridal suite or the reproduction Frisco Train Depot.
These facilities offer well-suited space for intimate weddings, family gatherings, company events, meetings, birthday parties, and receptions of many kinds.
If you are interested in reserving the Frisco Heritage Center for an event, please contact the Heritage Center Coordinator, at 972.292.5101.
They will get back to you as quickly as possible. For additional details including photographs please visit friscovenues.com
For additional details including photographs please visit the Frisco Heritage Center Facebook page and www.friscovenues.com