Frisco – The City that Works Hard, Plays Hard
Six professional sports organizations call this North Texas city home. Even if you’re not playing on Sundays for the Cowboys, you’ll find plenty to see and do in Frisco.
BBQ — No true Texas experience is complete without enjoying some good ‘ole Texas BBQ. Luckily, Frisco serves up some of the best BBQ in North Texas. Chow down on smoked meats and savory sides at Hutchins BBQ. Don’t miss a stop at Tender Smokehouse, which was recently ranked on Yelp’s Best Places to Eat.
Hungry for more?
- La Finca Coffee and Bakery — Mexican-inspired scratch kitchen and bakery in the heart of downtown Frisco.
- III Forks Steakhouse — Embodies the Texas lifestyle that sees fine dining as the perfect combination of great food, service, and atmosphere.
- Didi's Downtown — Historic home-turned-restaurant with live music, renowned Chef, and welcoming small-town feel.
- Nerdvana — Chic gaming-themed restaurant and bar that features custom cocktails and a scratch kitchen all under one roof.
- Cowtipping Creamery — Started as family-run ice cream truck, now serves up a fresh soft serve like nothing you’ve seen before.
Get Your Game On — Featuring more than 70 miles of trails, Frisco offers hikers, bikers, runners and walkers plenty of pathways to explore. When it comes to arts and culture, Frisco has that going on as well. The city’s growing art trail includes the nationally recognized Texas Sculpture Garden. And no visit to Frisco would be complete without exploring the city's rich history at the Frisco Heritage Museum, standing alongside “Big Boy” at the Museum of the American Railroad or playing Pong on the world’s largest home Pong console at the National Videogame Museum.
Big "D" — Just minutes away, Dallas is packed with a Texas-sized helping of shopping, art, history and dining. Find the many things to do and see in Big "D". Below are just a few of our favorites.
An Eye for Art — Explore the Dallas Arts District or find larger-than-life sculptures at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Discover Kimbell Art Museum, one of the country's finest small museums. Admire more than 24,000 works of art that span over 5000 years at the Dallas Museum of Art. Then walk across the street to the Crow Collection of Asian Art or the Klyde Warren Park perched atop a nearby highway.
The Sixth Floor Museum — For many, Dallas is still indelibly linked to President John F. Kennedy. The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the life, tragic death and legacy of the 35th president. Whether you’re a history buff or conspiracy theorist, this museum covers all the angles.
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Shopper's Paradise — Dallas is home to not only the country's oldest shopping center, Highland Park Village, but also the first Neiman Marcus store. Shop from world-class malls like the Galleria Dallas and NorthPark Center to Trader’s Village, the largest outdoor flea market in Texas. Or discover your inner cowboy at Wild Bill's Western Store or legendary bookmaker Lucchese.