Northeast Texas Rural Heritage Center consists of two award-winning museums, the Depot Museum and the Farmstead.
The Farmstead Museum is an educational and enjoyable way to experience life on a typical Northeast Texas turn-of-the century farm. It is completely restored and furnished with antiques of the period. The museum complex includes a 100-year-old farmhouse, barn, and smoke house. There is also a demonstration garden on the grounds with cotton, corn and other crops. Other exhibits and demonstrations show how our rural ancestors lived, worked, raised their children as well as their food and created the family values essential to us today. Descendants in period costumes conduct tours through this delightful, historic home. Gift shop.
Northeast Texas Rural Heritage Center - Farmstead Museum
Admission Charged. Can buy a combined ticket with the Farmstead.
Adults $4, Students $2.
Open Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.