Frisco Historic Park and Museum, off I-70 exit 203, then .7 mi. s. on Summit Blvd. to jct. 2nd Ave. and Main St., depicts town history during its mining and ranching heydays. Twelve original structures, including furnished homes, depict lifestyles spanning 1880-1930 and include a schoolhouse museum displaying artifacts and photographs, a ranch house, a trappers cabin, a jail, a saloon, a general store and a post office.
Other exhibits feature natural history and a coin-operated train diorama.