The Euless Heritage Museum is located at 201 Cullum Drive.
Experience the rich history of Euless. The museum provides a place for residents to view hundreds of collected and documented historical artifacts. Some of these artifacts date back to the 1880s. The museum features a military room, a 1930s kitchen, and a 1940s school room.
The museum is adjacent to Heritage Park. Heritage Park is a historical area that features the first brick house in Euless, a log house dating from the 1850's, and a barn made of lumber from Camp Bowie after WWI.
In February 2015 a beautiful mural was unveiled, created specifically for Heritage Park Museum by artist Lisa McNamara and under painting artists Carolyn Allen and John Misner. The mural features significant pieces of Euless history such as Birds Fort and DFW Airport along with noteworthy homes and local businesses.
The museum along with the other buildings inside of Heritage Park is available for public tours on the second Saturday of every month from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Members of the Historical Preservation Committee provide guided tours and answer questions.
For more information on the Euless Heritage Museum or to arrange tours of Heritage Park, please call 817-685-1649.