Arts & Culture

Play Frisco’s Cultural Affairs Division is the City of Frisco’s hub for public art, community events, and organizational support for the cultural sector. Cultural Affairs oversees the Frisco Discovery Center’s performance spaces and art galleries and the Frisco Heritage Museum and Village. We strive to shape our community though cultural engagement, artistic expression, and diverse experiences, while ensuring every resident has access to the arts.

Get Involved

  • Support and engage with our creative community by subscribing to the Play Artistically Newsletter.
  • Discover arts and culture programming and events on the Cultural Affairs Calendar.
  • Share your ideas for advancing the arts in Frisco at our bi-monthly Coffee and Culture hangouts.
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Arts & Economic Prosperity

The arts mean business!

In 2023, the City of Frisco participated in the Americans for the Arts AEP6 Study, which found the arts sector generated $21.3 million in economic activity in Frisco in 2022!

Read the full report here (PDF).

Thanks to all the local arts and cultural organizations who supplied data for this report!

Contact Us

  1. Play Frisco - Parks & Recreation

    6726 Walnut Street
    Frisco, TX 75033

    Ph: 972-292-6500
    [email protected]

    Park Hours: All parks open 30 minutes before sunrise and close 30 minutes after sunset except sports complexes, which close at midnight. The Frisco skate park closes at 10 p.m.
    Find a park near you.

    Frisco Athletic Center

    Frisco Discovery Center

    Frisco Heritage Museum

    The Grove at Frisco Commons

    Staff Directory