ABOUT DALLAS HERITAGE VILLAGE

Dallas Heritage Village is home to the largest and finest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas. These buildings, moved from throughout North Central Texas to Dallas’ first city park, line the tree-shaded 20-acre setting of Dallas Heritage Village. Stroll the grounds and discover what life was like over 100 years ago for ordinary Texans.

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History Takes Time: An Update on the Millermore Reinterpretation Project

Published on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 By Melissa Prycer
Almost six months ago, we closed Millermore to begin a major reinterpretation. Our goals are pretty simple: tell more stories about more people that lived and worked at Millermore throughout its 100-year history. Though we have been very busy, if you were to walk into Millermore today, you wouldn’t see a difference. Yet. So, how do you even begin a reinterpretation project of a house that’s been a part of the museum since the very beginning? We began with the primary sources. Since September, we’ve had a series of staff meetings, welcoming any member of staff that wants to come. Primary sources and documents are shared in advance, and then we all come together to discuss. Along the way, we’ve uncovered quite a few questions, some of wh ..

Remembering Tuck

Published on Friday, January 18, 2019 By Amber Oosterwaal
Tuck, age 22, ambassador and mascot of Dallas Heritage Village, passed away peacefully on January 17, 2019. He was surrounded by his DHV family and brother, Nip. Tuck was born in 1996 and arrived at Dallas Heritage Village (then known as Old City Park) with his half-brother Nip in 2000 as part of an expanded living history program. Tuck quickly became an integral part of the DHV experience, pulling the carriage for visitors, cheerfully accepting nose scratches, posing for pictures, and gobbling any and all treats. He was well known for occasionally nibbling on fabric, particularly scarves, and letting Nip do most of the work in pulling the wagon. In recent years, Tuck developed arthritis in his knees and retired from active duty in 2015. When Wayl ..

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