Spring is here, which means it’s time to get outside and explore! One of the best places to get some fresh air in Frisco is at HALL Park. On the surface, HALL Park is an upscale business park for several prominent local and national corporations; however, the real treasure of this hidden gem are the beautiful walking trails that circle around a series of large ponds full of wildlife and fountains. Located in the heart of Frisco, adjacent to The Star, the immense grounds of HALL Park are immaculately kept, usually low-trafficked, and are a true joy to come across in such a busy, booming area of the city.
In addition to its peaceful, natural surroundings, HALL Park is also home to the Texas Sculpture Garden, the state’s largest private collection of contemporary sculpture. The public art that makes up the Texas Sculpture Garden is spread across HALL Park’s lush 162 acres and incorporates more than 40 unique works of art completed by homegrown, Texan artists. The sculpture garden even incorporates a mixture of history and technology for your learning pleasure- download the “OTOCAST” app on your digital device to enjoy a self-guided, audio walking tour of the garden.
Have a whole afternoon to spend outdoors? Pack a picnic! Order to-go from your favorite Frisco restaurant or bring a packed meal from home. The HALL Park grounds feature many picnic tables and seating areas, as well as plenty of open grassy areas to spread a blanket and dig in.
The public art space continues inside HALL Park as well. There are over 200 unique works of art from artists all over the world to discover placed throughout the business park’s buildings’ lobbies. It is so worth a visit to see these beautiful and interesting works of art in such a unique and beautiful setting.
HALL Park is the perfect spot for families to spend some time together outdoors, and is even a great spot for a unique day date. So grab your family and go enjoy all the beautiful scenery, fresh air, and artwork HALL Park has to offer!
The HALL Park grounds and Texas Sculpture Garden are open to the public year round from dawn till dusk. The interior lobby art is open to the public Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, excluding holidays.
Due to the evolving situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many of Frisco's attractions and facilities are closed. Frisco's parks and trails remain open. Please observe physical distancing (6 feet) from others.