GETAWAYS LOCAL Looking for something to do? Here are some attractions to check out in Frisco and other nearby areas.
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Museum of the American Railroad COURTESY MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN RAILROAD the area hold events for both adults and families. 1021 E. 15th St., Plano www.visitdowntownplano.com The Comedy Arena The comedy theater showcases stand-up, sketch and improv comedy and o ! ers classes. It is home to the comedy troupe CSz DFW, which performs weekly ComedySportz match- es. The Comedy Arena o ! ers virtual events and outdoor events with social distancing. Virtual shows “pay what you can,” outdoor shows $12 305 E. Virginia St., Ste. 104, McKinney 214 ! 769 ! 0645 www.thecomedyarena.com
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through the American Southwest. $5-$15 8004 N. Dallas Parkway, Ste. 400, Frisco 214 ! 428 ! 0101 www.museumoftheamericanrailroad.org National Videogame Museum The museum preserves the history of the video game industry by archiving physical ar- tifacts as well as stories and information from the gaming world. Guided tours and spaces for private parties are available. Current exhibits include a timeline of consoles, an ‘80s arcade and “prehistoric” games. $10-$12 8004 N. Dallas Parkway, Frisco 972 ! 668 ! 8400 http://nvmusa.org
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The campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility spans 91 acres. The Star also o ! ers guests a variety of shopping and dining experiences, the Omni Frisco hotel and special events. Prices vary One Cowboys Way, Frisco 972 ! 497 ! 4060 www.thestarinfrisco.com Museum of the American Railroad The railroad museum displays its collection of steam, diesel, passenger and freight railroad equipment and o ! ers guided tours to guests. A 2,500-square-foot TrainTopia exhibit show- cases a G-scale model view of trains traveling
Visitors to the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations can enjoy in-house productions and traveling shows, such as concerts, plays and orchestral performances. The facility also includes visual arts and exhibitions. Hours and ticket prices vary 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson 972 ! 744 ! 4650
www.eisemanncenter.com Historic downtown Plano
Historic Downtown Plano has something for everyone to do, from shopping to dining to art. Di ! erent shops and restaurants around
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