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The Heritage Society, Houston

Categories: History Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
Founded in 1954 to save the historic Kellum-Noble House from demolition, The Heritage Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit museum dedicated to preserving Houston's past.
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  • Took a tour of three of the properties, an old settlers single room shack, a Lutheran church and a plantation house. Wonderful opportunity to see how people lived then, all the houses are interesting ...  read more »
  • I like to tour old homes when I travel and it was nice to get to your several in one place. They have homes ranging over almost a century from early 1800s to one from early twentieth century in a park...  read more »
  • There is the cutest little playhouse on this property/park ... I don't remember the history of it, but I loved seeing it. The playhouse has been moved from place to place until now, where it has found...  read more »
  • Y'all should be open on a Sunday. Take Monday and Tuesday off (an idea). Sunday, like Saturday, is a day that many Houstonians have off and would benefit from this place being open when we are off from work.
  • Great time checking out the Heritage Society. You get to pick out of 8 houses which 4 interest you the most. The houses cover a pretty wide range of early Houston area architecture and home life.
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  • I being a Houston native do enjoy the contributions and tireless effort the society
  • So much history in one place! The staff was so knowledgeable and truly had a passion for sharing the history of Houston. It's such a hidden gem that you won't want to miss!!!
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