Heritage Farmstead Museum is a living history farm and museum located in Plano, Texas. The farmstead is a collection of buildings that includes a farmhouse, a blacksmith shop, a barn, a windmill, and a one-room schoolhouse. The museum is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Information can be found here.
The Heritage Farmstead Museum is a great place to spend a day if you are interested in learning about the history of farming in North Texas. The buildings on the farmstead are original to the site and have been restored to their historical appearance. The farmhouse is furnished with period furniture, and there are interpreted activities in the blacksmith shop and barn. The windmill and one-room schoolhouse are also open to the public. See here for information about Exploring Arbor Hills Nature Preserve In Plano.
The museum offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year. There are school programs, scouts programs, public programs, and special events. The museum also offers a summer day camp for children.