From must-see attractions and historical heritage, to the one-of-a-kind sports fan and delectable dining experiences, Frisco offers an array of opportunities to write, post, blog, or talk about.
Experience Sports City USA
Whether you’re into football, soccer, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, badminton, golf, or hockey, Frisco is the ultimate sports destination for fans. See the Dallas Cowboys practice and tour the home of “America’s Team” at The Star. Relive some of soccer’s greatest moments and see the U.S. Women’s four FIFA World Cup Trophies on display at the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Play where the “pros” play at PGA Frisco, PGA of America’s new headquarters (opening spring 2023). With so many options, you can surely fill your time with sports fun in Frisco.
Make plans to float the lazy river and see a Frisco RoughRiders game at the same time at Riders Field! Fly to new heights at iFly Indoor Skydiving. Looking for a nostalgic experience? Be sure to visit the National Videogame Museum, featuring more than 100,000 artifacts on display and available for play. Fun and education collide at KidZania, a progressive role-play experience for kids. From sports entertainment to attractions, there is a variety of family fun to discover in Frisco.
With more than 9 million square feet of retail throughout the city, shopping is a pretty big deal in Frisco. From Stonebriar Centre, IKEA, The Rail District, and the Centre at Preston Ridge, there’s no shortage of deals, sales, and one-of-a-kind finds in Frisco.
All great vacations or getaways include good food. Thankfully, Frisco can offer a variety of amazing eateries for one successful culinary adventure. From the shareable steak boards at Dee Lincoln Prime, the Legit Guacamole and Moonshine from Mash’d, cotton candy-topped flapjacks at The Aussie Grind, or Snow Cones from the Frisco Snow Cone Lady, pack some stretchy pants because you won’t leave Frisco hungry.
Arts & Culture
Frisco boasts a growing arts and culture community. Currently, Frisco features four museums including the Museum of the American Railroad, National Videogame Museum, Frisco Heritage Museum, and Sci-Tech Discovery Center. When it comes to art, Frisco has that too. Home to more than 120 pieces of publicly accessible art, including the largest outdoor sculpture collection in the state, you could spend days in Frisco and not see the same piece twice.