Are you a little nostalgic about the Frisco that was before the massive growth spurt it went through? Then visit Frisco Square to remember how tight-knit the community still is, and enjoy the surrounding business and farmers market that surround it. You can also visit the historic downtown area, which sprung up when Frisco was still known as Emerson back in 1902.
Frisco is also the home of the National Videogame Museum, a place that archives and showcases this industry’s massive history and a projection of where it is all heading from here. Not only are the physical artifacts being preserved (and some of them showcased in the museum), but the information and the history that lead and influenced their creation. If you are passionate about video games at all, you really can’t miss it.
Are you trying to have some fun in Frisco but the weather is not cooperating? Then head to Stonebriar Centre for a while, this awesome mall is the perfect place to do some shopping thanks to its 200 stores, so you can be sure that you’ll something for everyone. Dining, games, drinks, books, clothes, and that’s just off the top of our head.