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Millard's Crossing Historic Village, Inc. is a locally-managed non-profit 501(c)3 historic site that portrays the spirit and ingenuity of pioneer settlement in East Texas. Open seven days a week, we strive to create a greater awareness...more
All reviews guided tour step back in time vintage toys period pieces interesting walk carriage house oldest town in texas hands on activities general store own pace self guided special events lots of history two hours gift shop homes church
Lots of history packed into this small but wonderful place. You can see the care taken by the organization to upkeep the buildings and all the items within the places. We did a self guided tour and learned quite a bit. If I did again...More
For anyone teaching, studying, or interested in Texas or American history, include Millard's Crossing on your field trip list. We were a group of seven ages 3 to 85 and we all learned a great deal (and had fun!) with our knowledgeable, friendly guide "Ms....More
This is a great historical diversion anyone spending time in Nacogdoches should check out. Original homes and log cabins from the area filled with original furnishings,antiques, and period pieces. You may also find an old blacksmith shop, carriage house, corn cribs and stores. Tours available...More
Have guided tour . Shown homes, school, church, doctors
Office, country store on a flat grounds (easy walking). old caboose. Demonstrations (planting, school, weddings etc.Enjoyed by both children. Can be viewed in 2-3 hours.
Have special events christmas, available for weddings(check with staff and cost,...More
Millard’s Crossing Historic Village is a fun, family-friendly place to visit!
The buildings are well maintained, and you can wander through each one at your own pace. It’s great for events too- one of my children got married and had reception there.
We were running out of time, and decided to see what looked like the best grouping of historical buildings. We're very glad that we did. They have a large and varied group of houses and other building that are all highly accessible. We were amazed...More