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John Neely Bryan Cabin

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Elm and Market St, Dallas, TX 75201
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1 week ago
“Pioneers of Dallas County Log Cabin”
Aug 30, 2017
“Photogenic cabin”
Elm and Market St, Dallas, TX 75201
Downtown Dallas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Came across while walking around Dallas. It's situated not far from JFK Memorial and the Red Museum. The cabin is an example of the accommodation built by early settlers. It has been re furbished and moved to this city location to show how the people...More

Thank jgalwaysonholiday
Reviewed August 30, 2017 via mobile

If you are walking from downtown toward Dealey Plaza you might like to seek out this little cabin for a quick snapshot. Its worn timbers have a lot of character but it is disappointing that there are no views of the interior.

Thank Bartonbears
Reviewed July 6, 2017 via mobile

Actually we were walking back from the JFK Memorial to Dealey Plaza when we came upon this cabin. Glad it's being preserved.

Thank 1chevy
Reviewed May 12, 2017 via mobile

It's well preserved and the park is very nice but you'll learn more from Wikipedia. The building is no more exciting up close than in the photos you see here but it is good for a photo op. I would suggest that if you are...More

Thank John C
Reviewed May 1, 2017

Founder’s Plaza contains a replica of the tiny, one-room house of Tennessee trader John Neely Bryan, who founded Dallas in the early 1840s. It’s only fitting that his cabin (which once served as the court house), be on display in a lovely little park smack...More

Thank Linda Y
Reviewed March 26, 2017

We stumbled upon this while walking around Dallas. There's not much to see and not much to read about so it seems if they went through the hassle of getting it there and preserving it, you'd think that'd provide more for interacting. It really just...More

Thank Layla T
Reviewed March 17, 2017 via mobile

Nice and well preserved. Great place for quick photo and some great scenery. The surrounding is clean too.

Thank William C
Reviewed March 13, 2017 via mobile

Location is everything for this simple site. While this relocated, restoration of the Neely cabin might not be moving to history sticklers it is located in is very pretty with an active sidewalk water attraction and bounded to the south by the Kennedy memorial sculpture...More

Thank PhillipJalowiec
Reviewed February 12, 2017 via mobile

The original post location for Dallas and piece of old history. Well worth seeing on your way to or from the other historic sights in the area

Thank Anthony B
Reviewed January 2, 2017

This is a small park which is worth stopping at once when you are strolling by on the way to the JFK Memorial or the West End. There is also a memorial to Sheriff's killed in the line of duty in the park.

Thank Don P
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