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Today, each of the historic structures, furnished with authentic artifacts, provides a vivid look at life in the nineteenth century North Texas frontier. Each log house displays different aspect of pioneer life. The exhibits include a water-powered...more
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2100 Log Cabin Village Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76109-1000
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Oh we so enjoyed our visit to the Log Cabin Village! Nestled amidst the trees in a beautiful park across from the zoo, this is definitely a super neat spot to visit while in Fort Worth. The staff was so kind to us, and took...More
Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2018
Thanks so much for your kind words!! I am so pleased that you enjoyed your experience and time with us. Please come back to see us soon!
This little find was an absolute gem yes it is not very big but if you are in the area what a great way to spend an hour and only 16 dollars for 3 of us . One of the guides Larry literally gave us...More
Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2018
I am so glad that you had a fantastic time! We are so fortunate to have to wonderful folks like Larry on staff. I will make sure he sees this. Thank you so much, and please come see us again!
The volunteers and park people show you an excellent view of life in Texas as it began. They have collected some great buildings and cabins on the site. They have great yarns to tell and skills to show about yester year. A good choice to...More
Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2018
Thanks so much for spending time with us! I'm glad you enjoyed your experience. Come see us again soon!
It is a small village as in the days of the Wild West. In some houses there are women dressed in period clothes telling us a little story. They show us for example how they made candles, or sheets ... A little return to the...More
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Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 19 July 2018
Thank you for your kind words! I am so glad you enjoyed your visit with us. Please come back soon!
This a neat place! Great shaded area! The kids (3&5) loved the interactive cabin. They could have played for an hour! Entire place took about 30-45 mins to walk and see everything. It was a little pricey for the brief time spent there. Fun little...More
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Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2018
So glad you enjoyed your visit and the experience in the hands-on cabin! I hope that you are able to spend more time with us on your next visit. Thanks for taking the time to write a review.
My husband and I walked the 0.87 mile to the Log Cabin Village from Sherley Hall at TCU. Being from Virginia, we've seen a lot of historical structures, and we thought this rated up there with any of them. We especially liked the hands-on aspect...More
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Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 26 June 2018
Thanks so much for your kind words! I am so glad you enjoyed your escape at the Village. Please come again when you have the opportunity.
My husband and I visited last month for the first time since we were kids and it was so nice! The weather was warm but you really get a feel for how the lived back then. Paul Gray was WONDERFUL! He had a way of...More
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Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2018
What a wonderful review this is to read. I am so glad that you enjoyed your visit to the Village, and with Paul in particular. We are so fortunate to have such a fantastic group of historical interpreters here. Thanks for taking time to write...More
The most interesting take away is that people lived in these structures for so many year - i.e. some were used as housing much later than I would have thought (often altered to be sure / those additions were stripped away in the move to...More
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Kelli P, Manager at Log Cabin Village, responded to this reviewResponded 18 June 2018
I'm sorry that your visit with us did not meet your expectations. We are in a state of constant improvement and hope that you will visit again in the future. Thank you for taking the time to write a review.