Nash Farm, which comprises the original 1869 farmhouse, a historic barn, and other structures, helps to preserve Grapevine’s agrarian heritage. The farm raises heritage breed livestock, such as Gulf Coast Sheep, turkeys, and chickens, as well as heirloom field crops and produce, all of which are sold locally.
During regular business hours, visitors can take self-guided tours of the farm grounds, historic structures, and exhibitions on the property. You can bring a picnic lunch and enjoy your meal while taking in the pastoral sights. Beverages and mementos can be purchased at the Farm Store, which is open daily.
First Fridays, Farm-to-Fork dining experiences, and Victorian Christmas are just a few of the informative events and guided activities that take place at Nash Farm throughout the year. Nash Farm may accommodate group tours and field trips with early notice. These tours and field trips may include hands-on activities and demonstrations of traditional skills and trades.
Nash Farm provides a variety of options for businesses, organizations, and people interested in renting space on the Farm. Commercial rentals, family and wedding photographs, corporate rates, birthday parties, wedding receptions, and other events are all possible with this rental option.
The most effective approach to learn about history is to go back in time and do it yourself. Nash Farm provides students with an opportunity to learn about the history around the city of Grapevine and Texas. Nash Farm, the oldest preserved farmstead in Tarrant County, is a true jewel, providing insight into the way the Nash family and other settlers used to live hundreds of years ago. Survival necessities like as water and food supplies, technological advancements (as evidenced by the windmill and farming implements), and other topics can be learned through hands-on activities and events that promote learning objectives.
Group Tours and Field Trips must be scheduled at least 30 days in advance of the date of the tour or field trip to be guaranteed a spot. In order to complete the booking process, organizations must give credit card information as well as a deposit that will be held in escrow. When the tour is booked, a representative will contact the group to obtain credit card details on their behalf.
If it becomes necessary to re-schedule the tour, the date that is desired must be arranged with and approved by the Nash Farm Manager 48 hours prior to the tour. It is possible to forfeit the deposit for tours that are not rescheduled at least 48 hours prior to the booked tour date. For whatever reason, tours must be canceled in order to avoid losing the deposit.