The Frisco Heritage Center is available for your Wedding, Event or Gathering. Venues include the historic Lebanon Church, Crozier-Sickles House, Smith-Muse House, Frisco Train Depot, and Frisco Heritage Museum.
Embark on a journey through local history at The Frisco Heritage Center,
a living village comprised of buildings representing the area's rich history. Our facilities include the original Lebanon Church,
the restored Crozier/Sickles House,
the Smith-Muse House and a replica of The Frisco Railway Depot.
Each of the facilities lends itself toward various functions. For instance, the Chapel can be used for weddings, baptisms, vow renewals, choir performances or meetings.
The Crozier/Sickles house has been typically used as a Bridal Suite. It is fully furnished with antiques and is available for other uses like bridge club gatherings,
teas and mystery dinners. The Smith-Muse home and the Depot can be rented for parties, receptions, dinners, meetings or whatever you can imagine.
Take a stroll through the site or enjoy the view from the gazebo,
we invite you to come and see a piece of history.
The Frisco Heritage Center is owned and operated by the city of Frisco Parks & Recreation's division of Arts, Culture, & Special Events.