Is anyone into weird history? 🙋 Take a look at this art we have in our collection. Can you tell what Look at these crowds from President Lincoln's first and second inaugurations 👀 In honor of #InaugurationDay we wanted to share these Headline News! 📰 Look at this image of our Park Cities house being moved to Dallas Heritage Village. 👀 Can you Looking down Guillot Street in Freedman’s Town in 1914 you would see shotgun row. This is the original location of Who's hungry? 🙋 We are having another Frontier Food Night at Dallas Heritage Village! Join us from 6pm-9pm on January Hay y'all! 🤠 Feeding our animals takes a lot of hard work. 💪 A huge thanks to all of our staff We are excited for our first Thursday night of the year! Come and join us from 6pm-9pm, and check out It's becoming a perfect porch day. 🌤 We are open today with our new 2021 hours 10am-4pm! Come enjoy this warmer Have you missed scritching these good boys? 😍 We know virtual scritches aren't as nice as real ones, so we We might not have had an ice storm yesterday, but check out this photo from 1983 of our fountain absolutely Best place to wait for snow. ❄️ #winter #snow #fireplace #dallas #dfw #farmstead #waitingforsnow❄️ #snowday #museum #livinghistory #holidayhours #firstsnowoftheseason 📸: Marea Sometimes nap time is the best time. 😴 #softkittywarmkittylittleballoffur #happykittysleepykittypurrpurrpurr #catsofinstagram #naptime #coldweather #dallas #dfw #mood #weekendvibes Cold weather, warm fire, & comfort foods. 🥰 Keep an eye on our social media this month as we host another Have you hugged your chicken today? 🥰 #chickens #fowl #hugyourchickens #positivity #goodnews #goodnewsfeed #dallas #visitdallas #museum #livinghistorymusuem A huge thank you to everyone who supported us during our Holiday Hours this year! It was a huge success! We might be closed but work still has to get done! The Parlour is getting a new roof and we’re We will be closed for one week, we will see you all on the 13th! What a great day to get out and play at Dallas Heritage Village! We are open this January from 10am-4pm New Year, New Hours! Dallas Heritage Village is now open in January from 10am-4pm daily! That means we are open We've made it to a new year! Join us over on our YouTube channel by clicking the link in our

About Dallas Heritage Village

Dallas Heritage Village is home to the largest and finest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas. These buildings, moved from throughout North Central Texas to Dallas’ first city park, line the tree-shaded 20-acre setting of Dallas Heritage Village. Stroll the grounds and discover what life was like over 100 years ago for ordinary Texans.

The DHV Family: Adrienne Lichliter

Guest post by Peggy Helmick-Richardson, History Educator and our textile expert Last April, Dallas Heritage Village opened its doors to the arts in a whole new way. Three rooms in
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Our Alamo Saloon: a Bit of Backstory

Guest post by History Educator, Kristi Nedderman The building that we call the Alamo Saloon was originally built as a general store in 1904 in Snow Hill, Texas. If you
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