Historic Places

Euless is home to many locations of historical significance. Some of these places have been awarded Historical Markers.

Others have been set aside for prosperity at locations where they can be enjoyed by the community.

Heritage Park

Visit Heritage Park located next to the Heritage Museum.

The park is home to several important historic landmarks including the Fuller House, the Himes Log House, and the McCormick Barn.

Tours are free on the second Saturday of every month from 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Group tours can be scheduled on a different day depending on staff availability. For more information call 817-685-1649.

Historic Walking Tour

Meander through Historic Heritage Park, located at 201 Cullum Dr., and visit the many historical features next to our brand new museum. Then, head south on Cullum for .6 miles and visit the Old Iron Bridge. Follow this map to get you there.

Old Iron Bridge

The Old Iron Bridge is a truss bridge built in 1889. This historical location has moved many times in its past. It now sits inside South Euless Park behind South Euless Elementary School on South Main Street.

Legacy Tree Programs

As a proud recipient of the Tree City USA designation, Euless takes its trees seriously. There are many trees in Euless that have been around long enough to be historically significant.

Take a tour of the Legacy Tree Program and learn about the historic, landmark, and champion trees in Euless. If you know of a tree that hasn't yet been added to the program, you can nominate one. Please fill out and return the form to the PACS Department.

Also be sure to check out the Historic Tree Grove located in the Preserve at McCormick Park.