We're not teasin'! #holdontoyourhat & #keepyourmaskon #goodoldfashionedfun #museum #dallas #dfw #ragtime Happy Texas Independence Day! 🥳 Did you know that of the 59 men who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence, only It’s National Women’s Month! We have a lot of pictures in our collection, and our curator intern found this one! Did you know that at one point, our Renner Schoolhouse had been used to store hay? 🤯 These early images of What is it they say about rain showers and flowers? 🌷 #springiscoming #rainforflowers #flowers #rain #goodbyewinter #spring #dallas #visitdallas #dfw Do you know some crafty kids? County Fairs are a big part of history, and we are partnering with the We're shouting it from the rooftops today! 🗣 We will be OPEN tomorrow, February 24 with our regular hours (10am-4pm). Isn't it wild how such little cracks and breaks can cause so much damage? 🤯 Well y'all, the Village is going The calm after the storm! We still have some ice and snow on our grounds, and we are waiting for 🚨Our Animals are okay! We repeat, the animals are okay!🚨 However, some of our structures have been damaged by the loss Well, y'all. It's still cold! 🥶 Stay home & safe and we will keep our eye on the weather for Our chickens are staying warm on this snow day! What are you doing to be with loved ones while staying We have been keeping an eye on this #winterweather and for the safety of staff and visitors, we have decided Check out our good boy's new coat! 😍 We want to keep Nip from feeling too nippy this week, so We are sad to announce that John Hall is unable to be at the Village on Valentine's Day due to Out of an abundance of caution, DHV will be closed tomorrow (2/11) to keep everyone safe during the inclement weather. Brrr! 🥶 It's getting cold out there! 🌬 Luckily, we have one of the toastiest places in the Village all warmed Get your virtual donkey boops in today! We 💜 Willie so much! 🥰 #donkeysofinstagram #mammothjackdonkey #heritagebreed Not sure what to do with the family before the #BigGame today? Come and get your pre-wings, pre-chips and dip, We had a great time today with our East Dallas 4-H volunteers who came to clean up the Blum gardens.

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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