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i went went here when looking for a place for b'day party. it looked genuine.
but once we reached:
place was small,
no idea at the counter on how events are handled. reason could be that the main staff was out and the others were...More
Definitely recommend the tour with the guide or else you won’t be able to see inside the main house. Great information and a lot of original objects from the 1800s. Very neat to see how they lived. Highly recommend!
Its like going to grandmaw's house. The chickens, the pigs and mules, all sorts of animals hanging around. The old historic buildings provide a great insight as to what houses were like in days gone buy. For those who only know brick houses this is...More
The Heritage Farmstead is a quaint museum depicting a piece of Plano history. You can tour the house and outdoor area. The outdoor area has farm animals such as sheep. Overall, it is a small museum which is interesting however only entertaining for a short...More
As a History buff, I looked forward to visiting this historic location but there's not much to see/do on the self-guided tour. The Ammie-Wilson house is locked up and is only accessibly if you do the docent-guided tour (only available Tu-Su @ 1:30pm). If you...More
Did a quick morning visit on a cold January day to see Heritage Farmstead. The house is only open for tours which is in the afternoon so if you want to do that, please plan accordingly. It was $3 to walk around and see all...More
If you like antiques and history this will be a good place for you to visit for about 2 hours max. The tour guide gave good antidotes on the home, the family and their lifestyle. The grounds were interesting including the creek area, the antique...More
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The enter the fee is $7 or $5 for students and children for a guided tour includes going inside the buildings. Self guided is $3 with kids under 2 free (guided kids under 4 free). Take some quarters to buy feed for the... More
The enter the fee is $7 or $5 for students and children for a guided tour includes going inside the buildings. Self guided is $3 with kids under 2 free (guided kids under 4 free). Take some quarters to buy feed for the chickens if you have kids. And make sure back near the little graves you take the trail dowm to the creek. Only guided tour only starts at one time a day 1:30pm. The grounds close at 4:30.