Heritage Village Walking Tour
We’re excited to announce a brand-new weekly public walking tour at the Frisco Heritage Museum. On this one-hour guided walking tour through the Frisco Heritage Village, you’ll learn how the City of Frisco got it’s name, the importance of a blacksmith shop, train depot, and what architecture was like at the turn of the 20th century here in North Texas. As you stroll along, you will discover a historic church, a one-room schoolhouse, and even a log cabin! After your tour, be sure to explore inside the Frisco Heritage Museum at your leisure at no additional cost.
Whether you’re a first-time visitor to Frisco or have lived here your whole life, we’re sure you will learn something new!
Walking Tours are completely outside, and guests should wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable shoes. Bottled water, hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are also recommended.
Tours begin promptly at 9 a.m. so please plan accordingly as no refunds or alternate times will be given. Frisco Heritage Museum will open at 8:30 a.m. to begin guest check-in.
Space is limited to 10 people.
Social distancing rules and mask mandates apply.
Wheelchair and handicap accessible.
Purchase tickets for any Saturday from August 15 to December 26 at this link.
Scout Troops, Day Care Centers, and other groups may request guided tours of the Frisco Heritage Museum. Tours of the Frisco Heritage Museum, include:
- an overview of life in Frisco when it was a small farming community representative of other Texas towns with similar origins
- how cotton goes from field to cloth and its once important role in the area's economy
- hands-on experience of printing on a vintage letterpress
- tour of the one-room schoolhouse
Cost is $5 per child, adult chaperones accompanying the group are free of charge.
Advance reservation with two weeks lead time is required.
Please fill out a Youth Tour request form and staff will contact you within two business days.
Tours for groups of adults are available upon request. Tours of the Frisco Heritage Museum include an overview of life in Frisco when it was a small farming community representative of other Texas towns with similar origins. See examples of transportation technology like our 1913 Ford Model T Touring car, learn about how cotton goes from field to cloth and its once important role in the area's economy, and view the interiors of the Crozier house, Lebanon Church, and other Frisco Heritage Center structures depending on availability.
Cost is $10 per person*
*other options and tour extras may be available for additional fees. Please contact us for more details. Advance reservations required.
Please fill out an Adult Tour request form and staff will contact you within two business days.