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Kid’s Zone

Free School Field Trips to the Museum

We offer seven programs related to the history of Frisco and the Rocky Mountain region for local and regional school districts. Each program contains activities and content aligned with state education standards for each grade from preschool to fifth grade. We also offer modified programming in the classroom.

Museum staff members facilitate all field trips, providing all necessary supplies for activities and hands-on artifacts. Programs can last 45 minutes to an hour, followed by 30 minutes of free exploration in the Historic Park. To schedule a field trip, email Museum staff at or call us at (970) 668-3428.

Available Programs

Soaring Summit- Preschool

Learn about the birds that live in Summit County, along with their adaptations, diet, camouflage, and the changing environment in which they inhabit. Customizable for all ages!

Frisco’s Fossils- Kindergarten

Unearth Frisco’s prehistoric past with activities to show the movement and migration of dinosaurs. Make your own fossil to take home!

Mining Frisco- 1st Grade

Become a miner! Discover minerals, use tools, learn about supply and demand, and see if you can strike it rich with your own mining company.

Life in Old Frisco- 2nd Grade

Take a guided tour through our ten historic buildings to compare technology from the late 1800s to our modern world. Customizable for all ages!

Mountain Men- 3rd Grade

Learn about the fur industry in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, who was trapping and trading, and try your hand at some bartering of your own. Customizable for all ages!

Mapping the Mountains- 4th Grade

Imagine yourself as an early explorer of Colorado while learning to use a compass, read different types of maps, and even create your own map! Customizable for all ages!

The Ute- 5th Grade

The Utes are Colorado’s longest inhabitants, thousands of years before Europeans began exploring North America. Learn about Ute culture and history, from art and tools to the environment around them. Customizable for all ages!

History At Home

Check out these links to fun, informational websites that encourage kids to learn and grow from the comfort of home. Learn about the history of Colorado, and about local culture and history beyond the limits of Frisco and Summit County.

If there is a specific activity or theme you would like to see, let us know at

Virtual Puzzles

Colorado History

Activities & Information

Word Search

Reading and Research for Kids

Frisco Historic Park & Museum


Physical Address

120 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443


Summer Operating Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Monday: Closed
Summer Operating Hours start May 22, 2024

Mailing Address

PO Box 4100
Frisco, CO 80443

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