Frisco Heritage Museum

The Frisco Heritage Museum located at 6455 Page Street, just east of the Frisco City Hall and Library; opened in 2008 the 18,000 square feet of collections represent the history of the Frisco area. The museum is also the home of the Bolin antique collection, formerly housed in McKinney and donated to the City of Frisco by the Bolin family. The museum has a variety of exhibits which include a turn of the century printing press, a service station with cars from 1915 and 1930, an early 1900’s parlor, a 1960’s era den, a “King Cotton” exhibit, railroad memorabilia, “The Heritage Theater” showing old movies, and a timeline room showing a video of the history of Frisco and providing a view of all the buildings in Heritage Center. The Heritage Association of Frisco also maintains exhibit space with changing displays of Frisco history. The museum gift shop on the 1st floor has a variety of items for both young and old. All historical publications by the Heritage Association of Frisco are available in the gift shop. A visit to the museum is sure to help you “explore the past and imagine the future.”

Hours of operation

Wednesday through Saturday – 10am to 5pm

Sunday – 1pm to 5pm

Monday and Tuesday – Closed

Admission Price

Family $8

Adults and children over 12 – $4

Children 5 to 11 – $2

Children under 5 – Free

Volunteers are available at the museum to answer your questions or if you are interested in a guided tour contact the museum on 972-292-5665 or for more information visit the website http://www.friscomuseum.com/.

Museum

Museum

Covered Wagon

Covered Wagon

Mural

Mural

Printing Press

Printing Press

Cars Exhibit

Cars Exhibit

Heritage Theater

Heritage Theater

Military Display

Military Display

Railroad Exhibit

Railroad Exhibit

King Cotton Exhibit

King Cotton Exhibit