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  • flksfhtx
    Brownwood, TX463 contributions
    A must visit for any Cowboy fan. Plenty of great places to shop, grab a bite to eat and drink. Lots of on-site parking. The mini football field and HUGE TV screen will keep the kids entertained.
    Written January 1, 2022
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  • Jay Guzman
    Frisco, TX22 contributions
    I’ve been to a lot of minor league parks, but this one is among the best. Great hospitality, great views to cheer on the Roughriders and they even have a pool in right field so good for taking the children/family. The food is affordable and tickets are fairly priced. Been here 3 times and have always had a blast.
    Written April 12, 2022
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  • BidwellRunner
    Chico, CA349 contributions
    A visit this museum was a lot of fun. It brought us back in time to when video games first appeared. It was fun playing the giant version of Pong and seeing the progression of video games throughout the years. There were several hands-on exhibits and they gave you four tokens to play classic games at the end of your visit. Donkey Kong with my personal favorite. Would highly recommend this museum as a great way to spend a couple of hours.
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Chad L
    Prosper, TX115 contributions
    Went to NDSU vs James Madison for National championship. It was a cold day with some snow. Slow getting in to stadium with all the people but what a great venue. We had seats in the corner end zone about 13 rows up. I don’t think there was a bad spot in the whole stadium. Plenty of places to get food and drinks.
    Written August 23, 2020
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  • Scott D
    12 contributions
    The Frisco Veterans Memorial in the Frisco Commons Park is a place worth visiting. It is located just beyond the large, center pavilion. The Memorial includes the original 1948 Veterans Memorial urn, a veterans Walk of Honor, the Wall of Honor, a Battlefield Cross, the Gold Star Family Memorial Monument, WWII Flyboy statue and information plaques on wars and conflicts since Frisco was founded in 1902. An audio guide is now available discussing the Memorial's history, the meaning of the various elements at the Memorial, veteran comments, facts and interesting stories. You will most likely leave the Memorial knowing it is a living tribute to veterans, and not simply a part of a nice park in Frisco.
    Written November 5, 2021
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  • dougf74
    Princeton, TX1,042 contributions
    Good mall
    Clean and vibrant
    Convenient location
    Loved the amc theater and Dave and busters inside there
    Good food court as well
    Written May 11, 2021
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  • BluBuny
    Frisco, TX196 contributions
    The inside display are small, BUT are detailed and of great interest, especially to train enthusiasts and kids. The "train yard" is massive with a lot of old and historic engines, passenger cars and tenders. They have long term plan to build an historic station wiht many new features. (This may take 50+ years to achieve) I is located on Cotton Gin road next to what will someday become the center of Frisco.
    Written May 2, 2021
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  • johnandcarol_8
    Isle of Sheppey, UK144 contributions
    The whole area looks really amazing if that's the kind of thing you want to look at but unless you want a meal or drink in one of the many options then there is nothing else to really go in for. It was worth the experience though just to say you had done it
    Written January 14, 2020
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  • PatriciaD1110
    Bennington, KS59 contributions
    Stayed in Frisco to attend Sunday service to hear Dr Swindoll preach.
    If you’ve never heard Dr Swindoll preach check out Stonebriar’s you tube channel.
    If you get the chance to hear him in person, DO IT! He’s amazing.
    Bonus....you’ll get to hear the huge pipe organ.....wow!

    If you speak Spanish they have a service for you as well.

    They have home groups, children’s ministry, & women’s ministry just to name a few. They have a place for you to connect if you’re looking for a home church. For visitors, they make you feel like family.

    The building is so beautiful. Ask for a tour & be sure to let them know you’re visiting.
    Written February 21, 2020
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  • Daniel Okorodudu
    Frisco, TX2 contributions
    I go there all the time i especially love the gordon korman books and spyschool books and i love that you get to return them but you also have to only supposed to put one in at a time
    Written November 8, 2021
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  • 830harshar
    Dallas, United States3 contributions
    Traditional architecture and beautiful murthis along with devotional chanting helps build a calm and meditative setting to reflect on the inner self and connect with the Creator. Well maintained and clean facility. Pride of the Indian community in North Texas. A must visit place for every Hindu in Texas.
    Written November 2, 2019
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  • Sasha Lee
    Baltimore, MD28 contributions
    Really quiet area. Not as big as I thought but it was enough to satisfy my art-lover heart. I want to go again when its a little cooler. It's worth a visit for sure if you love art and nature
    Written September 28, 2021
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  • Sasha Lee
    Baltimore, MD28 contributions
    I have never been here before today. I love learning history of different places and this museum did not disappoint. While its small and compact, a lot of information is packed into one place. I learned a lot about Frisco and its beginnings. This was a very pleasant experience.
    Written October 2, 2021
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  • Susan M
    Frisco, TX213 contributions
    We love Hope Park! Our 4-year old has enjoyed it from the time he started at the tot area slide to now enjoying the whole playground. There are walking paths surrounding the park where your child can enjoy a trike or scooter. There is a pavilion with picnic tables for snacks or lunches. Schools sometimes take field trips to hope park so if you see buses in the parking lot you may find large crowds inside. It gets very hot in summer months because there is very little shade inside the playground. There are some parts of the playground that could use refurbishing, but that is only cosmetic. There is not a lot for a child to enjoy if in a wheelchair but more than most parks. Parking is plentiful and there are restrooms nearby.
    Written February 4, 2020
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  • JWK1969
    Duluth, MN558 contributions
    We took a 5ya to Kidzania. While he had fun and there were a number of activities for him, please be aware that most activities are targeted at (and only allowed for) kids 6+. So your 4 or 5 year old won't be able to participate in nearly the activities as they can upon turning 6. Of course, that also explains the significant jump in price from 5- to 6-year-old kids. Quite honestly, I'm not sure we'd go back, even after he turns 6.
    Written March 21, 2022
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