SPRING STAMPEDE DAYS: Friday-Sunday, March 18-20
Costumed characters will show children how to carry water in buckets from the creek, how to clean rugs by beating them in the yard and how to do other chores on the Texas frontier.
Longhorn cattle roam the Blackland Prairie once again. Log cabins lead off a tour of new homes in Old Texas.
Our special Spring Stampede Days on Friday-Sunday, March 18-20, will make visitors feel like they’re living on the Texas frontier.
The activities will run from 10-5 each day, celebrating the upcoming first Day of Spring.
On the last days of Spring Break, it will be a great way for families to stretch their legs in 1800s Texas with games and crafts at our historic home sites. It will also celebrate the 149th birthday of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of ”Little House.”
On Friday, March 18, there will be historical reenactments, live music and horse rides for an extra charge. On Saturday and Sunday, March 19-20, a variety of historical activities, exhibits, hayrides, hourly music in our dance hall, crafts and more.
Regular admission will be charged. Admission coupons can be used both days.
Buy tickets at the tab below.