Frisco, Texas

The city of Frisco is well-known for its connections to the sporting community, but there is much more to enjoy with a wide range of activities available.

Baseball at Riders Field

The village-style design of the ballpark gives the baseball experience a more personal feel.

Frisco Commons Park

The park's picnic spaces, sizable children's playground, splash pad, stocked fishing pond, and walking and bicycling routes are just a few of its noteworthy attractions.

iFLY Frisco

One of nine wind tunnels in Texas where you may enjoy the excitement of indoor skydiving is iFLY Dallas (iFLY Frisco). With indoor skydiving, get the same exhilaration of tandem skydiving.

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The Star & Ford Center

Visit The Star and the Ford Center in Frisco to get a close-up view of the Dallas Cowboys National Football League club.

The Toyota Stadium

The stadium is distinctive since it was among the first soccer-only stadiums constructed in the United States and is a favourite among fans.

Golfing in Frisco

Given that Frisco is a city that values sports, you could anticipate finding options for top-notch golfing. Plan a couple days at four fantastic golf courses around the city and bring your equipment.

National Videogame Museum

Video games are shown in walk-through exhibits using a historical perspective, demonstrating their development from handheld video games to contemporary virtual reality gaming.

Frisco Public Library

A grass-roots initiative by local residents to raise money and construct a suitable place for this public library began with a few donated books.

Museum of the American Railroad

The non-profit museum began as a modest State Fair exhibit in Dallas in 1963 and eventually expanded into a brand-new location in Frisco.