Heritage Crossing

Landmark Museum viewed from north

Heritage Crossing is four quadrants of land at the intersection of Sixth and Walnut Streets in Downtown Garland. Currently, one quadrant is fully developed, consisting of the Landmark Museum located in Garland's 1901 Santa Fe Depot, a refurbished 1910 Pullman Coach Car and the 19th Century Tinsley-Lyles House.

The remaining three quadrants are in development stages and will contain walking paths with markers describing Garland’s history. Heritage Crossing is a significant representation of the importance of history and heritage to the City of Garland.

  1. Heritage Crossing


    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 469002
    Garland, TX 75046


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Photo of Main Street looking east. Banners welcoming Roy Rogers and Smiley Burnett can be seen. Click to go to an information page concerning Garland’s history.

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Alpha Carter School

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  1. Apr 13
  2. Garland Landmark Society monthly meeting

    Join us for the Garland Landmark Society's monthly meeting.
  1. Apr 18
  2. Happy Birthday Garland!

    Today in 1891 Garland got its corporate charter.
  1. May 9
  2. Cyclone hit Garland in 1927

    Today in 1927 a cyclone hit Garland killing 14 including former Mayor S.E. Nicholson and his mother Missouri Nicholson.
  3. Happy Birthday Good Shepherd Catholic School!

    On this day in 1954 Good Shepherd Catholic School was dedicated.
  1. Jun 5
  2. Happy Birthday Granville Performing Arts Center!

    On this day in 1982 Mayor Ruth Nicholson cut the ribbon at the Garland Performing Arts Center. (Now renamed the Granville Arts Center in honor of Patty Granville, the Director of Cultural Arts for the City of Garland.)
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