Log Cabin Village, A Living History Museum in Fort Worth, TX
EDUCATION & PROGRAMS

 

FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS

While Log Cabin Village has something special and exciting to offer visitors any time we are open, sometimes we have extra activities going on! These additional programs are designed to help visitors explore 19th century Texas in an even more fun and interactive way. Program availability varies and new programs are always under development, so check back with us often. Visit our calendar of events for the most up-to-date offerings and sign up for updates via e-mail on our BLOG! And if you’ve got children, don’t forget to visit Pepper’s Place for Kids before you visit…

Here are just a sample of some of the family and individual programs we offer:

SPECIAL FAMILY EVENTS

Special family events take place one Saturday a month from September through June. During these events, the Village comes even more alive with additional historical interpreters, artisan demonstrations, hands-on activities, and crafts to take home. Themes vary month-to-month, so you’ll want to attend them all! Past themes have included trading, architecture, herbs, corn, candle-dipping, and more!

Children's Activity
Father & Daughter Doing Crafts
  Ages: All ages
  Availability: One Saturday a month from September through June. Check our calendar of events for current dates. Events are from 1-4 p.m.
  Cost: Regular Village admission plus a small fee to complete the craft.
  Reservation policy: No reservations required. These are “come and go” events!

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS

Additional programs for individuals, such as one-day summer camps or adult classes are often available throughout the year. Past themes have included archaeology, life on the frontier, blacksmithing, and artifact preservation. Please visit our calendar of events for the most up-to-date offerings and sign up for updates via e-mail on our BLOG!

Children's Activity
Conservator with Collection Item