You'll find plenty of arts-related events and educational fun inside the Frisco Discovery Center.
Developed by the Frisco Community Development Corporation and supported by the City of Frisco, $3 million worth of renovations transformed part of a former warehouse space into an arts, science, and cultural center for the local community. The FDC is located at 8004 N. Dallas Parkway.
Black Box Theater
The theater seats 120 guests and is the venue for many local theater productions. Check the calendar of cultural events, or book your group's next theater production. Learn more
2019 Black Box Theater Booking
Our 'Open Season' for booking the Black Box Theater has ended. To inquire about remaining available booking dates, please email us or call the Frisco Discovery Center, 972-292-6651.
Please note: 'Open Season' for 2020 will begin in January 2019.
Frisco Art Gallery
The Frisco Art Gallery features rotating exhibits by local, regional, national, and international artists as part of solo or group shows. From Venezuela to the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco, the Frisco Discovery Center welcomes a broad range of artists to exhibit. Learn more.
Discovery Center Rental Space
The Black Box Theater, art gallery, conference room, and more are available to rent for arts-related events. Learn more.
Frisco Discovery Center Tenants
Sci-Tech Discovery Center Visit this hands-on learning environment that inspires discovery and innovation through the exploration of science, math and technology. The Sci-Tech Discovery Center is a tenant of the Frisco Discovery Center. Please contact the them directly for hours, rentals and events.
National Videogame Muesum Learn about the videogame industry's history and where it's headed. Play the games of yesterday and today! The National Videogame Museum is a tenant of the Frisco Discovery Center. Please contact the museum directly for hours, rentals and upcoming events.
Tour the Museum of the American Railroad's TrainTopia. Discover more than 2,500 feet of G-scale model trains! Experience the excitement of being immersed in a miniature world of trains and scenery from across the U.S. Contact the Museum of the American Railroad directly for hours and events.