Attractions December 09, 2021
This Historic Park Is One Of Colorado’s Best Kept Secrets
The Centennial State knows how to do parks, whether it be recreational, state, or national! While we could gush about our incredible park system all day, every day, today’s article is focusing on one historical park, in particular, that may just be one of Colorado’s best-kept secrets… and wait until you see why:
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Welcome to the Frisco Historic Park & Museum!
Located in - you guessed it! - Frisco, the Frisco Historic Park & Museum is different from most other parks you have visited, as it offers guests a unique opportunity to travel back in time, beginning with its 10 on-site buildings.
Incorporated in 1880, the Town of Frisco was built during the Colorado Silver Boom and quickly grew to include not only homes but numerous businesses that are now housed at the Historic Park & Museum.
When you visit today, you will have a chance to explore some of these original 19th-century buildings, including the original schoolhouse and jail, plus homes, cabins, and even a ranch.
In addition to the architecture itself, most of the buildings (and homes) also contain artifacts and exhibits that you will not find anywhere else.
Need we mention that admission to the Frisco Historic Park & Museum is FREE?
To learn more about this exciting park and the community itself, please visit the Town of Frisco's
The Frisco Historic Park & Museum is open Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with a 1-hour cleaning closure from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.)
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