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Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms, Austin

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • We came on a Sunday. No one was in period costume and available except the blacksmith. The General Store had things made in India in it. Didn't understand why you would go through so much trouble to m...  read more »
  • Drove 4 hours away from home with the girlfriend for a vacation day, stumbled across this place and I'm really glad we did. Very beautiful walk into history, took up quite a bit of time (1-2hrs) and w...  read more »
  • This was a great place to go to get a look at the past. From the development of the houses to the stories explaining tidbits of info about how things were done in the past. There are livestock, horses...  read more »
  • Kids like it very run down needs lots of tlc and some repairs and more employees only saw two only one of those out on the "farm" was great him telling us about it wish there could have been more would have been nice getting to know more about the buildings and life back then other than the 2 or 3 sentences on the plaques on some of the buildings otherwise just had to guess at what the building was and better map/signage one paths multiple forks with no clue on which way was which and map was a joke and not much help feel like i might have missed somethings. Also made me pay to get my 19 month year old who stayed in his stroller the whole time and slept through most of it
  • I've come here since I was a kid, it's like a home away from home. Check their website for updates and events - they now have dances of varying themes on the first Friday of every month, in the evening. They rotate talented bands and themes and hold the event in the historic dance hall, which just brings it all together. Date night or family night, it's family friendly and they sell refreshments right in the building.
  • Very large facility hidden behind a neighborhood. When I went it was nearly empty. The tour was self guided with a map. Some of it is in better shape than other sections. The kids had a lot of fun running around and I enjoyed learning some Texas history. Also a good place for photos.
  • Beautiful place in the middle of the city. Check out their archery program!
  • So awesome. Loved the easter egg hunt!!
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