Comfort Inn Near UNT
4050 Mesa Drive
Denton, TX 76207
Phone: (940) 320-5150
Fax: (940) 320-4959
Arts & Museums
This 100 seat, 40 foot high domed theater features a Digistar II projection system that can reproduce the current day's sky or the sky as it might have looked millions of years ago.
This Victorian house was built in the Queen Anne style and has been restored for use as a house museum, telling the story of life in Denton at the turn-of-the-century. Tours are available Tuesday through Saturday. Check for special programs offered.
Named after the location of the first airplane museum in Texas, this museum boasts four planes.
Located in the historical 1896 Courthouse-on-the-Square, the museum houses historical exhibits related to Denton County and special collections. Genealogical information including family histories, Denton County photographs, and cemetery records as well as tours and Traveling Museum outreach program are available. The courthouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This facility houses two public art galleries, a variety of craft rooms, a dance studio, and a large multipurpose hall.
Established in 1963, the Museum of the American Railroad is a living preservation of steam-era railroading and has one of the finest collections of historic railway equipment in the country. Rare and unique pieces have been rescued and assembled to illustrate the importance of the railroads in America's heritage. The museum also presents artifacts for interpretive display to the public. A selection of massive locomotives is featured along with freight and passenger cars.
Archie St. Clair, a native of Australia, is the City of Grapevine
Located in the former Decatur Baptist College building, this museum displays historic artifacts, has genealogy research materials, and a gift shop. It is open every day, Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is also open on Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. It is sponsored by the Wise County Historical Commission.
This historic house is a true treasure in an urban spread. Tucked off of Beltline, beside the old cemetery is this house available for touring. This 4-room house and stables is a fun blast to the past. Filled with many antiques, it's a great way to show the little ones how life used to be. Designated a Texas Historic Landmark, this free house tour will take you back to a time that seems to be lost when wandering around the Carrollton area.