Heritage Park


393 North Six Street
Garland, Texas 75040

Park Features

  • Heritage Crossing, at the intersection of Walnut and Sixth Street, is made up of four quadrants of land containing the Santa Fe Depot, the Garland Landmark Museum, the antique Railcar, and soon the Lyles House.  The Landmark Museum, now situated at 393 N. Sixth Street, was dedicated in 1974. The museum is housed in the vintage 1901 Santa Fe depot, owned and maintained by the City of Garland. Inside it are Garland-specific historical artifacts and documents, all donated to and maintained by the Garland Landmark Society. This collection, representing decades of diligent solicitation effort, focuses on the period between 1850 and the present.  Heritage Crossing is also the location of the annual Heritage Celebration.  Join us April 11, 2015 for this festive and fun celebration of Garland’s heritage and history.

Park Facilities

  • Santa Fe Depot
  • Railroad Car
  • Lyle House (Future Site)