Calling all nerds -- this town is for you. Whether your obsession is football, soccer, video games or just plain ol' great food -- Frisco, TX will bring out the fan in you!
National Video Game Museum
Gamers and geeks alike — get ready to nerd out at this museum that is full of interactive exhibits about video games where you can play your way through the history of this industry. They’ve got the largest Pong player in the world, a full token arcade and even a few virtual reality games that are really futuristic.
National Soccer Hall of Fame
What came first — the soccer ball or the football? Located in the South end of the FC Dallas Soccer Field, this is more than just a showcase of the sport’s best players, it’s a full-on history lesson with interactive exhibits along the way where you can test your skills.
This is a Dallas Cowboys-themed amusement park. Tour the giant practice venue to see the team’s Super Bowl trophies and rings, walk on the actual field, and even sit in the room where the NFL Drafts are conducted! More than just the venue, you’ll also find blocks of fine dining and awesome entertainment.
The Depot Cafe
In the Historic Rail District, what started as a supermarket has become a diner with a mean home-cooked breakfast menu featuring some country cookin’ specialties like chicken-fried steak and eggs.
This sushi restaurant is a place unlike any other. You’d be hard-pressed to find another place where you could get fresh ingredients hand-rolled into upscale sushi rolls and spectacular craft cocktails all housed in a swanky, 80s-themed cafe. The wagyu hot rock is out of this world!
Cow Tipping Creamery
Go to this ice cream shop in Frisco for creamy soft-serves stacked high with brownies, cookies and sprinkles and drenched in sweet sauces. Be prepared for the ultimate sugar rush.