Shopping in Frisco
Whether visiting Frisco or setting up your home base here, shopping opportunities are varied and many, so if retail therapy is your thing, the city certainly doesn’t disappoint. Any shopping excursion in the area should begin in the Rail District, which is what Frisco calls its historic downtown area. The Rail District is a big draw not just with visitors but with the locals too. Here, you’ll find a revitalized downtown area teeming with shopping opportunities, from boutiques to antique malls and specialty shops, and plenty of local eateries where you can nosh on authentic Texas cuisine in between stores.
The fun doesn’t end there, though. Grab your wallet and head to The Shops at Legacy, Stonebriar Centre, Stonebriar Mall at the Bridges, Frisco Mercantile, and the Centre at Preston Ridge. Each of these retail destinations offers an incredible variety of products and services. If it’s on your shopping list, chances are good that you’ll find it in Frisco.
Where to Stay in Frisco
Lodging opportunities are not in short supply for a visit to Frisco. Whether you’re looking for luxe, upscale accommodations for a staycation or something a little less glitzy for a business stayover, Frisco delivers. With options like Aloft Frisco, Embassy Suites by Hilton Dallas Frisco Hotel & Convention Center, the Omni Frisco Hotel, and the Hotel Indigo available, finding a wonderful place to call home while you’re in Frisco is simple and easy. If a golf outing is on your agenda, then you’ll find that most of these top-rated accommodations are just minutes away from some of the most challenging golf courses in the Frisco, Texas, area.
Attractions in Frisco
For the culture connoisseur, Frisco offers a boundless number of opportunities to explore, including the Texas Sculpture Garden in Hall Park which offers an amazing collection of art surrounded by lavish landscapes and lush walking trails - all from native Texas artists. Soak in the local theater scene at the Black Box Theatre, a melting pot for concerts, recitals, improv, films and plays, or take in the exhibits at one of the city’s many museums. You’ll find the Frisco Heritage Museum, Museum of the American Railroad, and the National Videogame Museum, among others, to provide hours and hours of exploration.