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Bill’s Ranch Historic Walking Tour

Join us for the first Bill’s Ranch historic walking tour of the summer. With all-new content, this tour looks at 1930s Frisco and the creation of the historic Bill’s Ranch Neighborhood. Advance registration and payment are required. Ticket details below.

About the Tour

This 1.5 hour walking tour winds through the historic Bill’s Ranch Neighborhood- Frisco’s first suburb. Learn about Jane Thomas and her family, their dairy ranch, and how they sustained Frisco’s population through the Great Depression.

When

Friday, May 28, 2021
2:00 pm

Where

Starts at the Schoolhouse Museum
120 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443

What to Bring

This tour is entirely outdoors and offered rain or shine. Please wear weather-appropriate shoes and dress in layers. As this tour winds through a neighborhood, we will not have access to restroom facilities. We are unable to accommodate pets on this tour.

All Frisco Historic Park & Museum tours are subject to local and state health ordinances.

Participants are recommended to wear face coverings throughout the tour. Please be mindful and maintain physical distancing whenever possible.

Tickets

This tour is limited to ten individuals. If you have a larger party please call us at 970-668-3428 or email Museum@townoffrisco.com.

  • Adults (Ages 13 and up) – $15
  • Children (Ages 4-12) – $5
  • Children under four are free

Cancellation policy: 100% refund up to 24 hours in advance.

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