Labor Day through Memorial Day
Daily - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Learn about Grapevine and the city's heritage by visiting Nash Farm. Purchased by Thomas Jefferson Nash in 1859, this historic landmark brings history to life through exhibits,interpretive programs and touchable displays.
The farm grounds are open for self-guided tours during regular business hours, admission free. The historic structures and exhibits are open during special events or during a scheduled tour and participation fees may apply. Help Nash Farm preserve, protect and visually reflect the agricultural heritage of the Grapevine Prairie by following this Usage Policy. See our calendar of events for details on the many opportunities to experience Nash Farm's many activities.
Group tours are available of the 5.2-acre farm, which centers around the Farmhouse Thomas built in 1869, the Historic Barn and a historic cemetery. Groups will be guided through each of these areas and have an opportunity to participate in seasonal hands-on activities presented by Nash Farm staff and volunteers. Pack a picnic and take advantage of our Pole Barn Pavilion following your tour. Visit the link above to register for group tours and field trips.
Events and Activities throughout the year include First Fridays at the Farm, Farmhouse on the Grape Vine Prairie, Frugal Farm Wife, Spring into Nash, Fall Round-Up, Dairy Day, Victorian Christmas and many more. Attend one of our events or programs and spend your time touring the buildings, experiencing farm life, learning about farming and doing hands-on activities.
Closed New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day. The farm will also close for two weeks each February for annual maintenance; dates will be posted.
For more information about Nash Farm, contact David Klempin,
817-410-3197 or firstname.lastname@example.org.