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Old City Park (Dallas Heritage Village)

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This preserved old timey Texan Village is located in Dallas and documents the time period of 1840-1910. This area is composed of 38 different historical structures which includes a functioning Civil War Era farm, a church, a school and a Victorian House.

The village is a living museum which incorporates real people dressed in costume of the era and talking to visitors of the museum. Here they are face to face with people from the time period as opposed to looking at a painting from a roped off area far away.

Gunfights and horse carriages going through the village during your stay.

Dallas Heritage Village website.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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