About Heritage Farmstead Museum

The Heritage Farmstead Museum is located in Plano, Texas. It is a farmhouse that was built in the late part of the 19th century (1891) and it is open the public. While the entire property is more than 350 acres, the part that is accessible to visitors is 4.5 acres.

There are enclosed and open air galleries available that showcase the history of North Texas. There are more than 10,000 items included in the museums collection, so there is plenty to explore.

Hours and Fees

The property is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10:30am until 4:30pm.

If you plan to walk around the grounds on your own, admission is only $3, but you are not allowed to access the Farrell Wilson house or any of the buildings. Children 2 and under are admitted at no charge.

There are guided tours available daily and the admission fee is $7 for adults and $5 for children 5 and older. Those who are 4 and under as well as museum members are allowed free access to the tour.

Groupons are available for reducing the cost of admission, but it only available for those who are interested in tours. It is not valid for self-guided visits or to cover the cost of any special events that are held at the museum.

Renting Space At The Farm

The farm is available for rent to those who are hosting parties, weddings, corporate meetings and other types of events.

Birthday party packages are available and extras like tractor rides and feeding chickens can be added for an additional fee. There is one free adult allowed for each child who attends.

Wedding packages include many amenities, like dressing rooms, rehearsal time, as well as tables and chairs to accommodate as many as 100 guests.

You will have to contact the museum directly if you would like more details.

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