Grapevine Galleries, Museums & Historic Sites


Discover art in the heart of Historic Downtown Grapevine, Texas. Walk the public art trail and experience Grapevine’s bronze sculptures, art galleries, fine art working studios and creative crafting stores. Grapevine’s art community continues to expand with new and special engagement art exhibitions, historical exhibitions, educational interactive shows, murals, pop up shows and annual art and wine events. 

Start your experience at the Grapevine Visitor Information Center, featuring more than 34 art galleries, studios and public art projects, all within walking distance.

Don’t miss:

  • A Touch of Paris Art Gallery
  • Giddens Gallery of Fine Art
  • Grand Gallery
  • Grapevine Foundry and Gallery
  • Holder Dane Art Gallery and Studio
  • International Porcelain Artists Museum
  • Palace Arts Center (Lancaster Theatre and Palace Arts Theatre)
  • Tower Gallery
  • Vetro Glass Blowing Studio

Directly behind the Tower and Grand Galleries are the Grapevine Settlement to City Museums campus, located in Ted R. Ware Plaza. The Settlement to City Museums give visitors a glimpse into the past, allowing them to discover what life was like over 100 years ago for Texans in a small township. The museum plaza is home to two 19th century pioneer homes and a school house. Although the Keeling House was extant to the site, the other buildings were relocated to the corner of Church and Hudgins Streets from around the Grape Vine Prairie and restored to create this museum area.

Since Grapevine was an area hub for commerce, the plaza and the museums located there speak to life on the Grape Vine Prairie and to the larger story of settling Texas. The three museums, The Donald Schoolhouse Museum, The Keeling House Museum and the Grapevine Cotton Ginner's Museum, feature educational exhibits, hands-on activities and a collection of artifacts dating back to the 19th century.

Don’t miss these Grapevine Museums:

  • Grapevine Historical Museum
  • International Christian Women's Hall Of Fame
  • International Porcelain Artists Museum    
  • Lone Star Hi-Railers Model Train Exhibit  
  • Settlement to City Museums
    • Donald School House
    • Keeling House
    • Cotton Ginners Museum
  • Wallis Museum

Don’t miss these Grapevine Historic Sites:

  • 1888 Cotton Belt Route Depot
  • Cotton Belt Route Section Foreman House
  • Grapevine Calaboose
  • Grapevine Tin Shop at the Bragg House
  • Grapevine Vintage Railroad Turntable
  • Millican Blacksmith Shop
  • Nash Farm
  • Palace Theatre
  • Torian Cabin

Group and self guided tours are available by contacting Cody Jolliff at +1.817.410.3558 or email CJolliff@GrapevineTexasUSA.com.

Physical address
206 W. Hudgins St.
Grapevine, TX 76051
+1.817.410.3526
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Mailing address
636 S. Main St.
Grapevine, TX 76051
+1.817.410.3185
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Grapevine's Hidden Treasures