Spring Into Nash
626 Ball St.
Spring Into Nash is open to the general public and fun for all ages!
Guests will enjoy a variety of activities including heritage toys, kitchen gardening, cotton planting, farm animals, tractor-drawn wagon rides, field cultivation, wood carving demonstrations, jump rope making, wood-burning stove cooking demonstrations and blacksmith demonstrations. Children and adults alike will enjoy learning what life was like when Grapevine's earliest settlers made their home in Grapevine, Texas.
Guests may enter Nash Farm at the following locations:
• Ball Street near the service drive
• Homestead Lane through picket fence gate in front of the farmhouse
• Homestead Lane, west side of the farm near the barn
• College Street near the Grapevine cemetery
Nash Farm, circa 1859, is the oldest operating farmstead in Tarrant County. Through interpretive programs, events and exhibits, Nash Farm educates the community about the heritage and importance of the Grape Vine Prairie and Grapevine's pivotal role in the development of North Texas. A variety of programs throughout the year including the 14th Annual Spring Into Nash, First Fridays at the Farm, Farmhouse on the Grape Vine Prairie and the 15th Annual Nash Farm Fall Round-Up offer guests intriguing and unique learning experiences in a historic setting.
Persons interested in becoming a part of Grapevine's rich agricultural history can join the Grapevine Heritage Foundation. Membership tables will be on-site at the 15th Annual Spring Into Nash. Visit our Nash Farm Rentals page for details on our rates for your next party or special event.
Our volunteer opportunities at Nash Farm are available through the Nash Farmhand Program and information will be available at the membership tables during the event.
This event is handicap accessible and concessions will be available.
For more information on the Nash Farm in Grapevine Texas, visit www.NashFarm.org.