Frisco likes to be cutting-edge. Where else will you find a local history museum a quarter mile down the road from a videogame museum? Frisco is home to the world’s largest home Pong console, a 1.2 million pound steam locomotive, and a walk-in hurricane-force wind simulator.
Frisco’s developing museum district features some of the most unique and interactive museums in North Texas. A partnership between the National Videogame Museum, The Sci-Tech Discovery Center, The Frisco Discovery Center, The Frisco Heritage Museum and The Museum of the American Railroad offers visitors a discounted way to visit all of Frisco’s museums with a single transaction.
Imagine if you could experience all of Frisco’s museums for one low admission price!
The Frisco Museum Pass was inspired by the popularity of the POGO Pass Program. As a complimentary service, POGO packaged visits to some of our venues with others in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. While it’s a great program, the Frisco Museums wanted a pass that was branded solely for Frisco attractions to increase their visibility amongst each other’s visitors and encourage return visits in the future.
The Frisco Museum Pass offers admission to ALL of Frisco’s museums: National Videogame Museum, Sci-Tech Discovery Center, Frisco Discovery Center, Frisco Heritage Museum and The Museum of the American Railroad.
How does it work?
The pass can be purchased at any of the participating museums for $23.00 (a 25% savings if you purchased entry into each museum separately) and is valid for one year after the purchase date. At each visit, get your pass punched by the corresponding museum.
Are you ready to explore the educational fun that’s just a punchcard away? View details for each of Frisco’s museums below:
National Videogame Museum: Learn about the videogame industry’s rich history, where it’s heading next, and how we can all be a part of it. It’s a place that exudes FUN in a permanent home where on any given day you can play the games of yesterday, today AND tomorrow. The museum features more than 100,000 videogame consoles, games and artifacts from the past and present.
Sci-Tech Discovery Center: They’re on a mission to inspire bright ideas through hands-on discovery experiences in the essential areas of math, science, and technology to kids of all ages and backgrounds. They offer informal learning experiences, camps, parties and classes for ages pre-kindergarten through 6th grade.
Frisco Discovery Center: A place to gather, highlight Frisco’s artistic talent, and expose ourselves to new and mind-stretching things. Frisco Discovery Center is home to the Black Box Community Theater, Frisco Art Gallery, Sci-Tech Discovery Center, and Special Events Center.
Frisco Heritage Museum: The 16,000 square foot museum houses exhibits and objects connected to the development of Frisco and the North Texas region. After touring the museum, stroll the grounds of the 4-acre Frisco Heritage Center which features an old jail, schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, windmill and other “yesteryear” exhibits.
The Museum of the American Railroad: Founded in 1962, the Museum of the American Railroad closed its location in Dallas’ Fair Park to relocate its collections and operations to Frisco. Guided walking tours are available offering a close-up view of many engines and passenger cars. The Museum is home to one of the largest collections of Pullman Cars in the United States, as well as a Union Pacific Steam Locomotive “Big Boy” 4018, one of the largest steam engines ever built.