W.M. Wright Historical Park

W.M. Wright Historical Park, Dublin: Address, W.M. Wright Historical Park Reviews: 4/5

W.M. Wright Historical Park

W.M. Wright Historical Park
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Marie M
Harker Heights, TX199 contributions
Not large but worth the stop
Mar 2020 • Solo
Wanted to see some history and found it. Quaint and quiet located just a street away from shops and food. Interesting and informative.
Written March 8, 2020
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Orion G
Dublin, TX286 contributions
A darned nice park
Aug 2018 • Solo
You can walk around and look at a log cabin and a grist mill. There is a nice covered area if you want out of the rain or sun. You can’t enter the buildings, though someday they hope to be able to show the inside of the grist mill.
Written August 31, 2018
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Orion G
Dublin, TX286 contributions
Lovely spot for a picnic
Apr 2018 • Couples
A block off the main intersection of Dublin, across from the library, near the smokehouse is a lovely little park with a log cabin and a grist mill. Lots of free parking (true anywhere in town).
Written May 9, 2018
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boxedb
Stephenville, TX83 contributions
Historical Park.
Feb 2017 • Family
It is an old park area. When we visited there was not much to see for the kids to appreciate at their age.
Written February 15, 2017
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Carissa
Pikeville, NC371 contributions
Local heritage park
Mar 2014 • Family
We were in town for the St. Patricks Day celebration and we caught the horse and buggy ride here. (I was told they only do that on the holiday weekend). We toured around the park, real quick. There was a live band playing and a small dog show...again probably for the holiday. I believe the locals would know more about this park and the meanings of these buildings. The website for Dublin made no mention. If anything take a nice walk around town, it won't take long and enjoy the nostalgia.
Written April 1, 2014
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wolfie_n
Dallas, TX390 contributions
Very Small Park With Two Historic Buildings
Mar 2013 • Couples
We found this small park while wandering around looking at some of the older buildings in town. We’d been in town for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration and decided to go back the next morning to explore a little bit without the crowds. The park is only one block in size and is located a block off the main street, within sight of Dublin’s museums. It contains two old buildings, a steam-powered grist mill built in 1882 and a log cabin built in 1855. Both have plaques providing information on their history. Neither is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but the grist mill does have a Texas state historical marker. There isn’t much to the park, but it’s worth a quick drive by or walk through if you are in Dublin already and have some interest in its history.
Written March 18, 2013
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