Several galleries offer exhibits throughout the year at both the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University, as well as downtown.
Is in a Queen Anne-style Victorian house furnished to show turn-of-the-century Denton life. Free.
Crafts, paintings, sculptures and other works by local and national artists may be found in two galleries. 207 S. Bell St.
Is housed in the 1904 home of a family in the African-American community of Quakertown. Photos and artifacts tell the stories of African-American communities in Denton County. Free.
Denton history is recalled through exhibits that change throughout the year. Group tours of this museum and others in the Denton County Historical Park available by request for a fee. Free. 110 W. Hickory. First floor of the 1896 Denton County Courthouse. www.dentoncounty.com
Includes two museums. Group tours available by request for a small fee. 317 W. Mulberry St. at Carroll Boulevard. www.dentoncounty.com
This museum shows the evolution of firefighting from the past 150 years, with memorabilia from the 1800s to the present. 332 E. Hickory St. In Denton's Fire Station No. 1.
Denton is a Texas Historical Commission "Main Street" city and part of the National Historic Register. The area features music venues, antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and other establishments. www.dentonmainstreet.org
Features inaugural gowns worn by the wives of presidents of the Republic of Texas, state governors, as well as other dresses worn by the wives of U.S. presidents and the wife of a vice president. On Texas Woman's University campus in the Administration Tower, Second Floor.
Named after the location of the first airplane museum in Texas at Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio, the museum boasts several classic planes, including a Lockheed 10A, a Beechcraft Staggerwing, a PT-22 and a Piper L-4. 1945 Matt Wright Lane. on south side of Denton Municipal Airport. www.han...
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