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The mission of the James and Dorothy Doss Heritage and Culture Center is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Parker County through cultural and educational events that raise awareness and pride in our western heritage.
I came to do some research, but they don't open the archives to the public. The staff did look through their materials for my specific request and were quite helpful, but nothing substitutes for being able to put you hands on documents and discover things...More
We visited the Doss Center with our four young grandsons under the age of 8. They had been there before and were anxious to show us what was there. And they were right....so many enjoyable and educational exhibits. We really appreciated the friendly, knowledgeable members...More
If you love horses, or more specifically the art of a Cutting horse, you must visit this museum. Lots of wonderful memorabilia. I have to admit that my family has personal ties to some of the people immortalized in this museum, but this place has...More
The Doss Heritage Center is easily accessible on beautiful park-like wooded grounds. Their exhibits are always changing, and all are very interesting. There is a fully restored Conestoga wagon that traveled across the plains to get to Texas, on permanent display.
If you want to...More
We have enjoyed the various displays of our western heritage on display. They have some wonderful art work and a very good gift store. We have attended several gatherings in the conference center too. Highly encourage you to visit on your next rip to Weatherford,...More
The Doss Heritage museum is more than just Parker County. Covering the county as well as much of Texas History, the museum will benefit out of town visitors and local residents. Experience our history through exhibits and documents presented in a easy to read manner....More
Had a very nics afternoon. The galleries are nice, small, intersting and displayed nicely. The persoanal information given about the stagecoach was outstanding. No matter how many questions were ask, they were answered with a smile a great information.
We went by the Doss Center to see some paintings displayed by a local artist. I did not realize the history and exhibits that would be available for viewing. Lots of Weatherford history and a lot about Mary Martin. There was a lot of Indian...More