The Past Preserved for The Future
The Historical Park is nestled on 27 acres that trace more than 165 years of proud Farmers Branch heritage. The concept of the Historical Park came about in 1981 when the Mayor and City Council appointed the Historical Preservation and Restoration Board to spearhead the movement to develop an outdoor museum whose purpose would be to preserve and interpret the history of Texas and Peters Colony, with an emphasis on Farmers Branch. Since its opening in 1986, the Historical Park has served to preserve and share the heritage of North Texas and Farmers Branch. Welcoming approximately 50,000 visitors each year, the Historical Park offers many opportunities from tours and educational programs to special events and lectures.
For more information about the Farmer’s Branch Historical Park, please contact us at (972) 406-0184.
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