Now Available: Texas Historic Museums: North Texas

Heritage Park in Euless – the first brick house in Euless, an 1850’s log cabin and an old barn from Camp Bowie lumber.

I want to go there!

Chestnut Square Historic Village in McKinney – a living history museum demonstrating how people lived in early Collin County.

I want to go there!

Heritage Farmstead in Plan – a living history museum on 4 ½ acres.

I want to go there!

A walking tour in Rockwall.

I want to do that too!

The list keeps growing, longer and longer from week to week. Places I want to see and visit. Museums, sites, and heritage villages that will take me back in time.

And this is without the places where I’ve been that I want to return to: Log Cabin Village in Fort Worth. Dublin, the home of Dr. Pepper. Fort Richardson in Jacksboro. And so many more.

North Texas LKO CoverOh, there’s so many places of historical interest, just here in north Texas. As I kept adding new places, it turned into a massive list. Over 130 sites, just in the north Texas counties around me. And thus, TEXAS HISTORIC MUSEUMS: NORTH TEXAS was born.

I’ve added a few military and aviation museums, a doll museum, and a bowling museum. While not necessarily reflecting the history of a specific region, these museums are history and a walk back in time.

Do you like history?

Do you like visiting historic sites?

Do you want to discover new, fun places to visit?

Then this is for you!

Texas Historic Museums: North Texas edition is available from Trisha Faye as either an electronic PDF file, or a printed and comb-bound copy. It’s also available in several formats from Smashwords.

Electronic versions available for only $3.99. Printed copies $5.99, plus shipping and handling.

Get your copy today and you’ll be ready for a weekend of new adventures!


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