Frisco Historic Park & Museum

1 Main Street, Frisco, Colorado 80443 USA

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“Preserving Frisco's heritage”

The Frisco Historic Park & Museum strives to promote and preserve the Town of Frisco’s heritage for future generations by providing a unique and quality educational museum experience to our community and its visitors.

Frisco’s history in the Mountain West is long and full of passion and prosperity, heartbreak and rejuvenation, going back to the early nineteenth century (and some 5,000 years before that, when you include early settlements of the migrating Ute Indians). To preserve and display that rich history, the Frisco Historical Society and the Town of Frisco officially dedicated the Frisco Historic Park & Museum on July 2, 1983. At the same time, they opened the schoolhouse and park to the public and listed the schoolhouse on the National Register of Historic Places, and planted the seed for what we now know as one of Frisco’s most significant and entertaining heritage attractions.

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  • 1 Review
  • 2 Helpful
August 31, 2014
Rated 5.0

A simply brilliant and charming museum. Amazing the amount of time they're put into restoring the many buildings and cabins on their park. A great free family attraction in the heart of Frisco. They have one of the best toy railroad dioramas I've ever seen. Kids of all ages will love.

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Frisco Historic Park & Museum

1 Main Street
Frisco, Colorado
80443 USA

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