The Frisco Heritage Center is located just east of the Frisco City Hall and Library on Page Street. The Center is located on approximately four acres of City property adjacent to the BNSF Railroad and contains 8 structures plus a steam locomotive and wooden caboose. A visit to the Heritage Center gives you a glimpse of what life was like for the earliest settlers of this area – how they lived, worked, and played. Whether you are a long time resident or new to the area, you and your family will enjoy a visit to the Frisco Heritage Center. Take a stroll through the site or enjoy the view from the gazebo, we invite you to come and see a piece of history.
Many of these buildings can be rented for your special occasion. For more information please visit Frisco Venues.
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Log Cabin – School House – The Sisters Fountain – Lebanon Baptist Church – Windmill – Crozier-Sickles House – Smith-Muse House – The Depot – Gabys Blacksmith Shop – 1910 Locomotive & Caboose – Frisco Heritage Museum – Babes Chicken Dinner House