Welcome to the Grayson County Frontier Village.
Throughout the year, the village has family-friendly events Be sure to watch our Events Page to see what fun we have in store for you. Next in the lineup is our Village Frontier Days on April 25, 2015.
When visiting the Frontier Village the best place to start is at the Visitor's Center. There you find a museum brimming with artifacts (gifts from people throughout Grayson County) from the days long ago. There are books for sale and there is an abundance of research material.
Then take a stroll through the past. A time capsule of local history, Frontier Village consists of 11 historic homes including the county's oldest school, a country store, old church, newspaper office, a museum, and research center. There are collections of mule-drawn farm implements and early hand tools; even a portable jail that housed county prisoners working on roads before 1920.
Don't forget that we are also available for school/home school field trips and family outings. Our Community Room is available for rent and used for meetings, weddings and other events. There is a $50 charge for use of the community room or other facilities that are available to rent. They must be scheduled in advance.
Where do you find us?
We are tucked away behind Ike!
Located in Loy Park, Hwy 75, Exit 67,
100 RC Vaughan Rd, P.O. Box 646,
Denison, Texas 75021
HOURS OF OPERATION
Open daily from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
the year round.
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
& New Year's Day.
Use of materials in the Resource Room and tours of the museum are free of charge.
of the Village:
CHILDREN ages 6 to 18: $2.00
UNDER 5 YEARS: free
TOUR GROUPS: $1/person
[Tours must be arranged
Admission fees help preserve the pioneer homes and other historical exhibits in the village. Your donations are always welcome!