Austin December 29, 2017
This Living History Park In Austin Will Take You Back In Time
Ever wondered what Texas was like 150 years ago? At Pioneer Farms, you can walk through a slice of history! Explore a cotton planter’s farm from the 1880s and walk through a 1841 Tonkawa encampment. Pioneer Farms also offers unique classes that will teach you the necessary skills of the past. Here, you’ll experience the pioneer life first-hand. This living history park in Austin will take you back in time.
Get a taste of Austin's rich past.
Leave your old life behind for a few hours and explore Austin's rich past. Tranquil windmills, open fields, and fragrant flowers will greet you.
The reenactors are so convincing, you'll forget what year it is!
As you explore Pioneer Farm's six historic sites, pioneer reenactors will share fascinating tidbits of information.
You could spend hours soaking up the rich history around you.
Stroll through the cotton planter's farm and see what it was like to live in an opulent home in 1886.
As you stroll through the rooms, you'll become fully immersed in Austin's fascinating history.
It was quite luxurious to live as a cotton farmer before the Civil War. This massive mansion is still impressive to this day.
Be sure to stop by the blacksmith shop and say hello!
If you're really fascinated with blacksmithing, you can take a course and learn how to do it yourself.
Walk through the intriguing Tonkawa campsite and see what life was like back when Texas was its own country.
As you stand beneath the stunning oak tree in this Native American camp, you'll really get a feel for how much this state has changed.
There's so much to discover at Pioneer Farms!
Pioneer Farms is located at 10621 Pioneer Farms Drive, 78754. This fascinating living history museum is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Fridays-Sundays. Holidays may affect these hours. For more information, visit
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