Museum Hours of Operation
• Volunteers open the Museum most Wednesdays & Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
• To ensure the museum is open for your visit,
schedule a tour. Please contact the
Jennifer Rogers, at 972-547-5752.
Walk Ins Welcome! No Admission Fee!
$2 per Adult/Senior
$1 per Youth
$1 per student/teacher/chaperone
$2 per Parent
Youth Program Catalog)
To Schedule Your Tour or Program:
1. Contact Jennifer Rogers at 972-547-4792 or
2. Choose a preferred day and time.
3. Indicate the type of tour or program you are interested in. For more information about tours and programs, review the Youth Programs Catalog.
Programs & Exhibits
Restoration Volunteers commit their time and energy on Wednesdays and Saturdays to restoring the rural heritage of Collin County. Because of these dedicated individuals, the Farm Museum offers unique hands-on craft workshops and antique tractor/vehicle driving classes. Visitors also get to witness the restoration process of various projects as we progress in the
Restoration Exhibit. Other exhibits include
Revolution of the Harvest,
The Cotton Field Workers, and a children's favorite,
The Rural Heritage Trail outdoor exhibits are accessible during regular park hours and a printed guide is located in a box on the door of the Collin County Farm Museum entrance.
Schoolhouse Farm & Friends is hosted at Myers Park & Event Center in partnership with Cathy's Critters and the Collin County Farm Museum. Using Myers Park & Event Center's Show Barn which boast a 57,000 sq. fot indoor facility with restrooms, stadium seating for the program, as well as plenty of parking space for buses and parents, we are able to offer an all season program.
Schoolhouse Farm & Friends features a variety of activities including Dog Safety & Obedience, Spinning & Weaving, Farm Animals, and Farm Food. This program is for Schools, Home Schools, Day Cares, Church Organizations and Scout Troops. For detailed information and reservations review the
Youth Program Catalog.