DeWalt Heritage Center
A project of Fort Bend County and the Fort Bend History Association, the DeWalt Heritage Center is the history hub of east Fort Bend County! In 2006, the historic Dew house was moved three miles down Highway 6 into Missouri City's Kitty Hollow Park. From there, it was renovated and transformed into the DeWalt Heritage Center and is now open on Sunday afternoons for tours and is available for community events!
Upcoming Events at the DeWalt Heritage Center
EXHIBIT OPENING: Sunday, October 7
"Great Changes from the Great War" Exhibit Opening
Time: 1-4 p.m. | Cost: FREE
Visit the DeWalt Heritage Center for a special exhibit honoring the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day — the end of World War I. Discover the stories of Fort Bend County residents who fought and died for the cause, and the community’s contributions to this global “war to end all wars.”
After the opening, the exhibit will be on display each Sunday from 1-4 p.m. through November 11, 2018.
EXHIBIT CLOSING: Sunday, November 11
TIME: 1-4 p.m.
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Hours & Admission
Open on Sunday afternoons from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
(Except holidays.) Admission is FREE.
Kitty Hollow Park
9555 Hwy 6 South | Missouri City, Texas 77459
Diane Ware, Special Project Manager & Historian
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Buy an Ornament!
Bring home a little piece of history this holiday season! Purchase the DeWalt Heritage Center Christmas tree ornament and help preserve east Fort Bend County history!
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The DeWalt Heritage Center is a special project operated by the Fort Bend History Association.