We are always looking for a fun place to spend a few hours playing indoors, so I was happy to find the newly-opened Play Street Museum in Frisco. We dropped by a few weeks ago, and I was so impressed with this fun space that I had to share it with you!
Play Street Museum is filled with wooden playhouses modeled after Frisco icons — Kenny’s Burger Joint, Frisco Fire Station, Kroger, and more! Each playhouse has been built to the last detail. Just take a look inside the Kenny’s Burger Joint Playhouse:
Children can don an apron, build a velcro burger and grill it, count change, and serve up a sundae all inside the playhouse. And it’s like that in all of them!
My son spent hours playing in the Frisco Firehouse — I just loved the fireman outfits available for kids to wear to spark their imaginations. The Fire Station is connected to a house that’s “on fire,” equipped with a slide for the firemen to escape from the burning house. He loved it.
In addition to the play houses, there is a crafts area, building blocks, wooden toys, and even an area for babies.
- Admission is $11 for children ages 1-8. Parents are free, and the museum offers free wifi.
- With each admission, you get a wooden dollar to use to purchase a healthy snack from the museum.
We had so much fun, and I know this will become one of our favorite places to play in Frisco!
Looking for other fun places to play indoors?
Check out our list of Indoor Play Areas in Dallas!