Maps & Directions

Getting around Frisco is easy. No matter what edge of the city you're at, you're no more than 15 to 20 minutes from the opposite side. Whether you're looking for locations of Frisco's attractions, public art or biking trails, we've got a map for you. See available maps of Frisco below.

Travel Distance & Time

Frisco’s location provides easy accessibility and convenience. Whether you’re getting here by driving, flying or hitchhiking (don't tell mom), you can find directions and travel information below.

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO FRISCO SQUARE

From the North (Oklahoma City, OK)
Head South on I-35 S to US-377 N/US-380 E. Take US-377/US- 380 East to Dallas North Tollway South. Take Dallas North Tollway S and exit Main Street in Frisco.

From the South (Dallas, TX)
Head North on I-35 E. Take exit 429D to merge onto Dallas North Tollway N. Take Dallas North Tollway N and exit Main Street in Frisco.

From the West (Fort Worth, TX)
Head North on TX-121 N. Continue on TX-121 N and take TX-183 E, TX-121 N and Sam Rayburn Tollway to Dallas North Tollway N. Take Dallas North Tollway N and exit Main Street in Frisco.

From the East (Shreveport, LA)
Head West on I-20. Continue on TX-557 Spur W, follow signs for US-80 W/Dallas. Continue onto US-80 W and take the exit onto I-635 N. Continue on I-635 N and take exit 22 B to merge onto Dallas North Tollway N. Take Dallas North Tollway N and exit Main Street in Frisco.
 

BY AIR

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the primary international airport serving the Dallas–Fort Worth area. It is centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, just south of Grapevine and North of Arlington. It is the largest hub for American Airlines, which is headquartered near the airport. DFW Airport features 26 total passenger airlines (Domestic: 10; Foreign Flag: 16) and offers service to more than 209 destinations world-wide. Every major city in the continental United States can be accessed from DFW Airport within four hours.

Driving Directions from Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport
Head north on International Pkwy and merge onto TX-121 N. Continue onto TX-121/Sam Rayburn Tollway and exit toward Dallas North Tollway N. Take Dallas North Tollway N and exit Main Street in Frisco.

Dallas Love Field Airport

Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) is a city-owned (Dallas) public airport six miles northwest of downtown Dallas. The corporate headquarters for Southwest Airlines is located at Love Field. The airport services more than 55 destinations through three passenger airlines: Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and Virgin America. Dallas Love Field welcomed more than 14 million passengers in 2015.

Driving Directions from Dallas Love Field Airport
Head West on Mockingbird Ln then turn left to merge onto Dallas North Tollway N. Take Dallas North Tollway N and exit Main Street in Frisco.

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Lisa Bethea, CTA, CTIS Senior Convention Services & Tourism Manager

  • Q: How long have you worked in the industry? 15+ years Q: What do you love most about your job? Creative problem solving for all types of events/meetings. I love a good challenge. Q: What would you tell a meeting planner/sports event rights holder/visitor that is considering Frisco? Welcome and let’s play! Frisco is an exciting destination for all kinds of events, especially when you partner with our attractions to add in some extra elements of fun! Q: What is your favorite Frisco attraction, and why? Museum of the American Railroad – the railroad is connected to the history of this city and nearly every culture is represented in the history of the railroad. Q. What is your favorite Frisco restaurant and your go-to dish to order there? Babe’s Chicken Dinner House – the chicken strips – I “won” a chicken finger eating contest with these babies. Well, sort of. Q. Where is the first place you take your friends and family from out of town when they visit Frisco? National Videogame Museum Q. What’s your favorite secret spot in Frisco? Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center… Beautiful building with some of the best popcorn in town. Q. What’s your favorite place to shop in Frisco? The Frisco Mercantile and Painted Tree Frisco. I love seeing the unique items you can’t find anywhere else and supporting our local entrepreneurs. Q. Describe your Frisco in 3 words? Safe, friendly, innovative Q. What is your go-to sweet treat? Chocolate Chip Cookies at La Finca. Yum! Q. What is your go-to happy hour drink? A cranberry mojito at City Works Q. Where would someone most likely find you on the weekend? Hiking/exploring a local nature preserve. Q. Where is one of your favorite travel destinations in the world? Nazca, Peru. It’s on my bucket list to explore. Q. Describe who you are in 140 characters or less. While it may be my job to help, it is always my goal to be of service. I am an advocate for my city, my team, and my community – showcasing the value in all of us and all we do. Q. Fun fact about you? I collect pens and literally have thousands.