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Dr Pepper Ballpark
#1 of 29 things to do in Frisco
From the architecture to numerous concession stands with all varieties of ballpark food to the well-maintained field to the programming in addition to some excellent baseball, this is a wonderful family outing.
Good, wholesome family fun...and now with a winding river you can reserve and relax in while watching the game.
Frisco RoughRiders
#29 of 29 things to do in Frisco
Super team, beautiful ballpark, family-friendly events, reasonable ticket prices, special promotions, wide variety of food/beverage vendors, value-priced ticket packages... Riders Baseball is one of the best enter...
The ball games are always a blast with tons of family friendly activities including a lounge pool, park, play areas and interactive fun games!
iFLY Dallas
#29 of 29 things to do in Frisco
The instructors were the best part of the trip: well trained, safe, professional, very personable, patient, and great with kids and rookies.
My mother appreciated that Aaron had the kids flying close to where she was standing and taking pictures of them (awesome photos for the family album).
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Frisco Commons Park
#3 of 29 things to do in Frisco
I love and recommend this park because it can be utilized for so many things, including: * Taking the smaller kids to the enormous playground * Taking dogs for a walk of any distance * Go deeper in the woods in th...
This park impressed me by its size, cleanness, places for family gatherings and importantly: spaces for kids of different age and different interests.
National Videogame Museum
#2 of 29 things to do in Frisco
if you are a baby boomer you will enjoy this blast from the past/kids will enjoy the interactive areas and will marvel at what we thought was hi tech
This is definitely a family place and a great way to have fun with the fam.
Toyota Stadium
#4 of 29 things to do in Frisco
... stadium, we went to see the womens world soccer game and other soccer games here and had a wonderful time, clean and security present felt comfortable attending Toyota Stadium, nice sol, couple of family outing!
There's free parking with easy in and out access definitely a must see if you have kids that enjoy soccer.
Stonebriar Centre
#5 of 29 things to do in Frisco
Food court was exceptional, nearby from our hotel, which btw offered complementary shuttle to and from the mall, my wife and kids loved it nd visit several times during our trip.
Nice mall to go shopping with a large selection of stores and plenty for the whole family.
The Star
#6 of 29 things to do in Frisco
If you're wanting a family-friendly outing with access to restaurants (even an ice cream shop), walkable, and chic, I recommend a visit.
We were a family group of 9 ranging in age from 9 to 76. Fortunately, the Christmas Tree lighting ceremony with the DC cheerleaders, music and fireworks started as our tour ended.
Stonebriar Community Church
#7 of 29 things to do in Frisco
was highly recomended by a close family friend.invited
Frisco Public Library
#10 of 29 things to do in Frisco
There is a large variety of play things available for children to try: hand puppets with a stage and story books to act out, oversized blocks to stack, a child size kitchen complete with dishes and play food, a to...
This is a great place for all the family any time of the year!
Texas Sculpture Garden
#9 of 29 things to do in Frisco
he has featured ONLY Texas artists to bring a well rounded version of outdoor Art for all to enjoy//great and interesting for Adults and Children
I love Frisco, Tx and I think this is another wonderful place to take friends or family.
Main Event Entertainment
#29 of 29 things to do in Frisco
Great time with Family and Friends
Fun place for the kids.
Frisco Heritage Museum
#8 of 29 things to do in Frisco
I have dreaded visits to museums of city histories, but the Frisco History Museum is one that I plan to revisit and take visiting family members.
Has a wealth of information about Frisco that I did not know and the people are helpful and will answer even the most mundane questions from my children.
Frisco Discovery Center
#13 of 29 things to do in Frisco
The Discovery Center also does daily programs for preschool age children.
Fun when you have a bunch of kids with you.
Frisco Soccer Complex
#11 of 29 things to do in Frisco
My family, especially our kids were very happy with the decision to go to Frisco Soccer Complex for outdoor recreation.
My family loves watching FC Dallas - it's close, not too expensive and it keeps my children entertained!
The Museum of the American Railroad
#14 of 29 things to do in Frisco
The tour is best enjoyed by adults and older children and teens.
AMC Stonebriar 24
#29 of 29 things to do in Frisco
The Ford Center at The Star
#28 of 29 things to do in Frisco
The Jones family certainly know how to create an experience.
Such a fun place for kids to run around