Things to See and Do

Frisco is an ideal place to find all the things you want to see and do and is an emerging go-to place for family fun in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex! Located 20 minutes north of Dallas, the city’s award-winning hotels with accommodations that range from standard to luxury suites.

Also, there is eight-million-square-feet of shopping and hundreds of dining options that should be enough to satisfy any fashionista or foodie. It might take a few days to cover everything from Stonebriar Centre (one of the largest malls in the Southwest), to the Centre at Preston Ridge to the only IKEA in North Texas.

When it comes to entertainment, we’ve got you covered. There’s indoor go kart racing at Pole Position Raceway, indoor skydiving at iFLY, two major concert and entertainment venues (Toyota Stadium & Dr Pepper Arena), one-of-a-kind luxury gun range, The Museum of the American Railroad, National Videogame Museum, four golf courses, five professional sports teams that include Major League Soccer (FC Dallas), Minor League Baseball (Frisco RoughRiders) and an NBA Developmental League team (Texas Legends). The Dallas Stars, National Hockey League, are headquartered in Frisco and practice at Dr. Pepper StarCenter.

To top it all off, the Dallas Cowboys recently moved their team headquarters and training facilities to Frisco! The Ford Center at The Star, an indoor stadium seats 12,000, which serves a portion of the training needs for the Cowboys, as well as hosts events such as FISD football, soccer, graduation, convocation, and band competition events. It will also be used by the city for special events such as the Winter Games, other potential NCAA championship games, and even concerts. One week of training camp in Frisco is also part of the deal and two upscale luxury hotels with a total of approximately 480 rooms are planned for the site.

In addition, the Division I Football Championship title game at Toyota Stadium, hosted by the Southland Conference, the city of Frisco and Hunt Sports Ventures will be held in Frisco through January 2020. Fans interested in receiving information on ticket opportunities can sign up for notifications.

No matter what your interests are for recreation or entertainment, you’ll find it in Frisco!

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