Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park
Dallas Heritage Village, located at Old City Park, is a nationally accredited history museum, depicting life in Dallas from 1840-1910. The grounds showcase 38 historic structures, including log cabins, the Civil War era Millermore home, a Victorian Main Street, a railroad complex, an 1861 farmstead with livestock, a 19th century church, school and more.
During Living History Seasons (October to December and March to June), special exhibits and characters dressed in period clothing bring to life important historical themes. The theme for 2009-2010 is "Green Fields, Black Smoke: Nature and Progress when Dallas was Young". The Village will explore the environmental truths of 1888 Dallas. Investigate if people really were "greener" in the nineteenth century and how life on the family farm was affected by the growth of industry.
HoursTuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday, Noon - 4 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and months of January and August.
$7 seniors (65+)
$5 children 4-12
Children under 4 and members are free.
Summer & Winter Seasons
(July & Feb.)
Adults $5; Seniors (65+) $4; Children (4-12) $3; Children 3 & under are free
Calendar of Events
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