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Dallas Heritage Village is an immersive history landscape that features a wide variety of authentic 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas. The Village is set on 20 acres with over 25 historic structures depicting life in Dallas from 1840-1910. Dallas Heritage Village is one of only 5 nationally accredited museums in the Dallas area. The Village showcases a Victorian Main Street, a railroad complex, a log cabin, a pre-Civil war home, an 1860’s farmstead with livestock, a 19th century church, schoolhouse and more. Dallas Heritage Village has been recognized for multiple awards. It is located at 1515 South Harwood, in the Cedars area with urban living and restaurants, near downtown Dallas and the popular Farmer’s Market complex. Hours of operation are Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. The Village is closed the months of January and August. General Admission is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors 65+ and $5 for children ages 4 through 12 years. Children under 4 and members of Dallas Heritage Village are admitted free of charge. There is special pricing for groups of 15 or more people. For more information call 214-421-5141, email info@dallasheritagevillage.org, or visit www.DallasHeritageVillage.org
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North Dallas Resident Jethro Pugh III was first introduced to Dallas Heritage Village when he was a child on school field trips, and his passion to give back...
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Put on your red, white, and blue; pack a picnic; come enjoy historic games, the annual carnival, and patriotic crafts; participate in the annual parade around...
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Artists from Cedars Union will teach attendees how to draw select artifacts from the Village’s collection FIRST CLASS IS SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Cedars Union...
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The new exhibit at Dallas Heritage Village, which features Nash Farm in Grapevine, The Music Room in Duncanville, Frankford Church in Dallas, and the Opal...
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Author Mark Stuertz Presents His Book: Secret Dallas: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure FREE to the public, this lecture is presented by Dallas...
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