- The list below includes 258 free or cheap things to do in or near Frisco, Texas, including 97 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Bowling and Family Fun Center.
- From Hope Park to Texas Sculpture Garden, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Frisco and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Plano, Denton, Richardson and Dallas.
Opened in 2013, Hope Park is a large, fenced children's playground facility with areas for both toddlers and older children. The park includes slides, swings, various play structures, a nearby splash pad and sheltered picnic areas.
Texas Sculpture Garden is a collection of 150 pieces from prominent Texas artists. Visitors can walk outdoor trails and view huge sculptures of animals and abstract art, surrounded by scenic landscape, fountains, and lakes.
A 2.5-acre canine recreation facility, Frisco Dog Park provides an off-leash, fenced area with grass fields and trees. It offers sheltered areas with tables, drinking water, dog waste bags, a double-gated entrance and a separate small dog area.
Frisco Commons Park is a 63 acre park featuring a large performing amphitheater. Visitors will also find a grand pavilion, a stocked pond, a nature garden, a playground (the largest in Frisco,) a spray pad, and a walking trail.
Dr. Chuck Swindoll is the senior pastor at Stonebriar Community Church. The non-denominational church holds three Sunday morning services and numerous worship services through the week for adults and children.
To some, this is soccer heaven, the Frisco Soccer Complex features 17 tournament caliber fields and soccer training facility. The fields are utilized by Youth, Adult, and Recreational leagues, as well as training academies and corporate events.
With a high focus on local history, the Frisco Heritage Museum offers information on how Frisco evolved from a simple railroad town to its current bustling setting. Children are encouraged to explore the activity center to discover more about the Pioneer lifestyle.