Are people talking about donkeys today? We love to talk about them! ⠀ ⠀ We absolutely adore these photos of some of What are you doing on June 19? 😎 Juneteenth at the Village is just around the corner & we will have This year, many archives have had to keep their doors closed to researchers and visitors due to the pandemic. In How do you get sheep carefully out of a van? You carry them! ⠀ ⠀ We're so excited to welcome three new It's almost summer! And what happens in the summer? Garden parties! Or other fun events, such as A Night in Every Good Boy needs a quick walk in the sun after all this rain ☔️☀️ Dogs and four-legged friends are welcome Just another #Caturday at the Village 🐈😊 #barncats #workingcats #cat #cats #saturdayvibes #saturday #dallas #dfw #downtowndallas #park #museum #historymuseum #livinghistorymuseum #catsofinstagram It might be a bit rainy today, but we can’t wait to see y’all this Saturday morning for our volunteer Check out this c. 1950 wheelchair from the waiting room in our Doctor’s Office! Made by the Gendron Wheel Company, It’s #nationaleggday, and who doesn’t like eggs? 🥚 We’re incubating a bunch of eggs in the parlor right now, and we Look at what just came in! 👀 ⠀ If you've ever seen our beautiful & intricate clothespin dolls at the Village, Our littlest friends have the biggest hearts! 🥰 When our favorite storyteller, Gene, wasn't feeling so great a few weeks ago, Happy June! DHV will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday this month, we can’t wait to see you out on our As a reminder we will be open Memorial Day from 10am-4pm! Stop by and give the donkeys a scratch and May is #NationalPreservationMonth, and this year we want to highlight our Blum house. As you may have seen on our Is this what they mean by baked chicken? 🐔☀️ Bring your favorite blanket and come catch some summer sun at the Our flowers are gorgeous, the weather is gorgeous, and we can’t wait to see everyone out this evening! #thursdaynightsatdhv #downtowndallas It's almost time, and the weather is shaping up to be gorgeous for tomorrow! Still haven't gotten your tickets? Click We are #hiring ! 🙌 Do you know anyone who loves the outdoors? ☀️Loves taking care of animals? 🐓🐑 Has experience Y'all ever just take pictures of flowers and then gaze at if for too long? If you've had that urge,

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.

 

UPDATE: For the safety of all, Dallas Heritage Village currently requires masks upon entry. Plan your visit to learn more!

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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