Frisco Heritage Museum
The 16,000 square foot museum houses exhibits and objects connected to the development of Frisco and the North Texas region.
Our Events page has all the latest opportunities to play historically at the Museum, including monthly activities, programs, and special events. You can also follow @PlayFrisco on social media for other exciting updates.
Woven Together: Exploring South Asian Textiles
South Asia is known for its intricate and vibrant handwoven textiles. This exhibit focuses on South Asian cultural fabrics and materials, particularly items found in Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. It highlights the exquisite craftsmanship and artistry of the region and celebrates the vibrant culture and colors of the South Asian community here in Frisco.
In addition to the main exhibit, we will have presentations and demonstrations throughout the year that cover related topics (dates and times listed below).
Join us for this exploration of how Frisco's diverse population is woven together!
Visit the Museum for free during open hours.
September 9 at 1 p.m.
Learn about South Asian wedding customs such as Mehndi.
Life in Frisco
October 21 at 1 p.m.
One Frisco family's story
December 30 at 1 p.m.
Celebrate the end of the year with South Asian eats and sweets.
Sari Wrap Up
April 27 at 1 p.m.
Join us for our exhibit wrap party and learn traditional sari folding styles.
A showcase of the various wedding styles and traditions of South Asia
October: A Frisco Migration Story
An exhibit highlighting one Frisco family's story
December: Spice Up Cooking
Various spices and cookware used in South Asian cooking
February: Makar Sankranti
Kites and the history of the kite festival
All of the different words and languages used to say the same thing
Special thanks to the following individuals and organizations for making this exhibit possible:
Frisco Inclusion Committee
Woven Together: Celebrating African American Heritage
The ongoing featured exhibit, Woven Together, will have a special display spotlighting members of the Frisco community, including African American musicians, teachers, military veterans, and City Council members.
This exhibit runs February 1 through June 22.
Frisco Heritage Village
After touring the museum, stroll the grounds of the four-acre Frisco Heritage Village to see:
- Calaboose (Jail)
- Steam Locomotive and Caboose
- Gaby's Blacksmith Shop
- Frisco Railroad Depot
- Smith-Muse House
- Crozier-Covington-Sickles House
- Lebanon Church
- School House
- Log Cabin
- The Sisters Fountain
Frisco Public Art Program
Be sure to enjoy our Frisco Public Art pieces while at the Heritage Center.
- The Sisters
- Human Threads
- Ghost Train
- Iron Wheel
- First Train to Frisco