Play Street Museum is newest Town Center tenant

Play Street Museum owners Jerry and Casey Abbruzzese of Lakewood and Val and David Lackey of Lake Highlands.
Play Street Museum owners Jerry and Casey Abbruzzese of Lakewood and Val and David Lackey of Lake Highlands.

Families with young children will have a new local option when Play Street Museum brings a franchise to the neighborhood early next year. It will open in the Lake Highlands Town Center, across from Sprouts.

Lake Highlands neighbors Val and David Lackey partnered with Lakewood couple Jerry and Casey Abbruzzese to open the kid-centric business.

Play Street Museum offers a range of things to do for youngsters, from dress up, tea parties and other imaginative play, to more hands on activities like blocks and coloring. There are locations in Frisco and Allen, but this will be the first inside Dallas city limits.

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