Far North Dallas
There's more to experience just north of Dallas, where a multitude of residential areas, entertainment districts and exciting cities await those who dare to venture north. With a quick drive away from Downtown Dallas, each of these cities offer more BIG adventures.
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The world's leading home furnishings retailer offers a unique shopping experience featuring nearly 10,000 exclusively designed items, 50 different room settings, five model homes, a supervised children's play area, as well as a 300-seat restaurant that serves Swedish specialties. Other family-friendly features include a Children's IKEA area in the showroom, baby care rooms and play areas throughout the store.
Stonebriar Centre mall is one of the premier shopping centers in the Southwest! It features major retailers, smaller boutiques, an expansive food court, as well as a family-friendly setting with activities such as a lively carousel, western-themed kids play area, and a 24-screen AMC Theatre movie complex.
Located along Main Street from the Dallas Tollway to Preston Road, you'll find unique shopping and dining experiences that begin at Frisco Square and continue along Main Street. Dining options include everything from burgers to a French Quarter dining experience.
Check out Frisco Mercantile for a variety of shops offering gifts, collectibles, antiques, vintage clothing, furniture, jewelry, fine art, home décor and much more.
Arts and Culture
See inside historic rail cars, examine railroad artifacts and learn how trains played a big role in shaping our heritage.
Frisco Discovery Center
Focusing on visual and performing arts, Frisco Discovery Center offers art exhibitions, theater and dance performances, concerts and a variety of special events and festivals.
The interactive museum features hands-on exhibits for visitors to experience the life of the early citizens of this railroad town. A living village has been recreated with replicas of the Lebanon Baptist Church, a one room school house, a log cabin, the Smith Muse house, and the Frisco Train Depot.
Texas Sculpture Garden & International Art
Check out the largest private collection of Texas sculptures on public display at Hall Office Park at Gaylord and the Dallas North Tollway. At no charge, 40 large-scale pieces, all owned by Craig Hall, are featured in the sculpture park with an additional 100 pieces of artwork presented in and around the Office Park.