6455 Page Street
Located just east of Frisco City Hall on approximately six acres adjacent to the BNSF Railroad, the Heritage Center allows visitors to get up close and personal with yesteryear! It contains a log cabin, one room schoolhouse, the Lebanon Baptist Church built in 1904, Crozier-Sickles House built in 1895, Smith-Muse farmhouse built in 1906, Frisco Depot replica and Gaby’s Blacksmith Shop plus a steam locomotive and wooden caboose and the Frisco Heritage Museum. Also located in the center is “The Sisters” fountain, a bronze sculpture received by the city as a gift from Mexican artist Augusto Escobedo when the Frisco Youth Center (the fountain’s original location) was dedicated in 1960.
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 back in time at the Frisco Heritage Center.
Take a stroll through the site or enjoy the view from the gazebo, and be sure to visit the 18,000 square feet of collections from the Frisco area in the Frisco Heritage Museum. The Heritage Center is an ongoing collaborative project between the City of Frisco and the Heritage Association of Frisco. Future plans include the expansion of the center to include a larger area known as Frisco Junction.