Heritage Farmstead Museum is a historic farm museum at 1900 West 15th Street in Plano, Texas. The late-Victorian farm-house was built in 1891 on a 365-acre farm belonging to Mary Alice Farrell and her husband Hunter Farrell, a landowner and businessman whose family had moved to Texas from Virginia.
From Heritage Farmstead Museum
“The Heritage Farmstead Museum is located on a 4 acre historic farm site that includes a historic house, barn and structures built in 1891. Visitors can learn about agriculture and life on the Blackland Prairie through daily tours, events and school programs. Admission is $3 or $7 for a private tour with a guide. The grounds include beautiful flower and vegetable gardens as well as livestock including sheep, goats, a donkey, pig, chickens and turkeys. Fun for all ages.”