The Heritage Society, Houston
Categories: History Museums, Museums
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.Plan your The Heritage Society visit and explore what else you can see and do in Houston using our Houston family vacation planner.
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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.
Leon Barrett jr
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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