Texas Sculpture Garden
Frisco is home to a stunning and innovative space dedicated to celebrating the contemporary art of homegrown artists. More than 40 sculptures can be found throughout four acres — the opening to a 162-acre development in the city. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors accented with beautiful trails, lakes, and fountains, while admiring one-of-a-kind sculptures. To make sure you don’t miss any of the art, stop by the lobby of the Texas Sculpture Garden in the lobby of 6801 Gaylord Parkway to pick up a map for a self-guided tour.
Museum of the American Railroad
With railroads serving as a large part of Texas’ and America’s transportation history, it’s no surprise the Museum of the American Railroad found a home in Frisco to celebrate the heritage and historic preservation of the industry. Founded in 1962, visitors can explore a number of cultural artifacts, outstanding exhibits, and educational programs available year-round. Make sure to stop by TrainTopia — a 2,500-square-foot G-scale model train exhibit.
Countdown 2 Escape
Grab some friends and head over to Countdown 2 Escape for a challenging activity! Whether you’ve got a knack for solving mysteries or are just looking for something different to do, you’ll have a blast in a themed escape room of your choice with 60 minutes to channel your inner Sherlock Holmes to navigate clues, puzzles, and locks. Located in the Rail District, it’s the perfect place to have some fun and then head over to your favorite restaurant.
National Videogame Museum
Whether you’re a current gamer or have roots in Atari, you’ll love taking an adventure through the National Videogame Museum to learn about the in-depth history and what the future looks like. Not only will you see an impressive collection of unique artifacts, you’ll also learn about the stories behind the consoles and keyboards. To make sure visitors have a memorable visit, expect to be entertained with interactive exhibits and events, such as the timeline of consoles, the ’80s arcade, and a variety of educational programs.
Have you ever wanted to go skydiving but are just not ready to jump out of a plane yet? Head over to iFly — an indoor skydiving experience where certified instructors will teach you everything you need to know about soaring in a wind tunnel for maximum fun in a controlled environment! Group and personal coaching are available, as well as team-building opportunities for the work crew.
Looking for something fun to do? You’re in the right city! Frisco is full of adventures to be explored, especially because Echelon at the Summit is located in the hub of surrounding hot spots in an up-and-coming locale only 25 minutes north of Dallas. Check out these suggestions of fun things to do in Frisco, Texas!