The museum features volunteer docent-led tours of the home, year-round events, a carriage house, and gardens.
Historic home built in 1906
Carriage House and Gardens
A true Texas oil boom home
IMPORTANT UPDATE: The McFaddin-Ward House is currently undergoing an extensive electrical project to rewire the 118-year-old home as part of its ongoing restoration and preservation efforts. Tours of the historic McFaddin-Ward House are temporarily suspended during the electrical upgrade, but guests are welcome to enjoy the Visitor Center exhibit and tour the Carriage House. The museum will also continue to offer a full array of programming, including the museum’s Lecture Series, the popular Movies at the McFaddin’s and Music at the McFaddin’s events, the premiere of the museum’s new month-long community outreach program titled SOAR throughout March, summer camp, and a brand-new Virtual Tour on our website.
There are many ways to get involved with the activities and daily operations of the McFaddin-Ward House Museum. In addition to joining our team of volunteer docents, you can apply to become one of our curatorial volunteers or work this summer as a paid intern.