Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth
Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth - Address, Phone Number
Address: 2100 Log Cabin Village Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76109, United States
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth
This is just the perfect spot if you want to explore how Texas used to be in the 19th century. This village is known to comprise of the 9 historic structures existing from the 1800’s. These include old style log houses, blacksmith shops, one- room schoolhouse, smokehouse, gristmills and herb gardens. Here you will also come across people who earn their living by making native handicrafts.
How To reach Log Cabin Village by Public Transport
- Bus number 7 till University and Log Cabin
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Log Cabin Village, Fort Worth Reviews - Write a Review
My husband and I spent a couple of hours here. The buildings are original. They have different cabins, a school house which double as a church, smoke house, herb house, blacksmith shop and and candle making shop. The staff enjoy telling you history. We will come back with the grands! Admission about $5 depending on age. Children 3 and under free. Hours Tues-Fri 9am-4pm. Sat-Sun 1pm-5pm.
A nice place to spend some time. It took about an hour to walk around all the structures at a leisurely pace. The walkways are paved but not smooth, a stroller or wheelchair would have difficulty navigating some spots. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable providing interesting information about both the cabins and the ways of life. Overall a neat place to visit.
Love looking at how we lived over 150 years ago. Very educational and entertaining. The staff are ready to answer any questions and to demo pretty much everything over there.
Fun little tourist spot. Staff were really nice to my little toddlers and their cousins.
This is a collection of rebuilt and original structures. Educational for all. Makes you wonder how folks survived the heat and why they settled in such a place. People in period costumes teaching various historical things.