Lots of walking. The furnishings are outstanding. Be sure to get a guide. Beautiful park with a small lake.
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This is a truly gorgeous park right in front of downtown Houston. Very few people come here during the week - most people downtown are busy working I guess - so it's peaceful and very, very pretty. They have a nice little museum in the...More
I had a quick visit to the Heritage Society museum. The small museum itself is free and has a neat exhibit of an old general store. You can walk around the grounds and see the exteriors of all of the houses for free and listen...More
Thanks for stopping by. We can do a one or two building tour if you don't have enough time for a full tour.
Had some east coast relatives in and brought them to tour The Heritage Society Homes. We went to the Pioneer Home, the Yates House and the Staiti House. Cheryl was our docent and did an outstanding job of touring us and giving us such wonderful...More
If you are interested in history, old houses and family social history this place is a must. It is also quiet and restful. A collection of original historical Houston houses brought together in a wonderfully kept park in Downtown Houston. We toured three of the...More
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 but a shame some were closed for maintenance. Worth a visit...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 with a little museum....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 a final resting spot. The museum is information...More
Very relaxing atmosphere. Interesting place in the middle of the tall downtown buildings. Alans Landing is part of Houstons rich history.
This spacious park in downtown Houston boasts a collection of historic homes, moved from their original locations to this spot in the shadow of skyscrapers. If you're lucky, you can go at Christmas time when the park's homes are decorated in period costume, carols fill...More
Thank you for the review. Although most of our buildings have been moved to the park, the 1847 Kellum-Noble House is oldest residential building in Houston on its original site.