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We came here for a Christmas event. Carrolers and hot cocoa, pictures with Santa and a petting zoo for the kids. The house was open to meander through and take a glance back in time.The barn is darling and understandably a nice backdrop for wedding...More
We visited this homestead on a Sunday, and it was closed. However, we could see in the windows of the home, and we were able to still walk the property. It is immaculately clean, and the grounds are gorgeous. I imagine that many of the...More
My wife and I enjoyed a cool afternoon exploring this old homestead in Carrollton. We are both crazy about old barns, and the barn there was very interesting. The house was locked, but we could plainly see through the windows to a lovely farm home...More
Lovely small historic site for a picnic, tour (when open), city holiday events or staging photos (engagement, wedding, graduation, etc.). Great in the Spring for Bluebonnet pictures NOT on a busy highway! Delightful oasis in the busy Metroplex.
A wonderful place to document early settlers of Carrollton. It is a step back in time with a beautiful park to walk around. Check out the movies on the lawn and Christmas events on their website. If you live in Carrollton, it is a must...More
This small local museum is a good way to learn more about settlement life in the late 19th and early 20th century in northcentral TX. The owners were pioneer homesteaders who came to Carrollton in the year 1844 from Carrollton, Illinois. In 1909, their son...More
While most people go this spot for the historical significance, it is one of my favorite places to go to take pictures. My son had his senior pictures taken here and one of my favorite shots is of him and his best friend (from birth)...More