A tour of Old Town Burleson featuring historical tales and haunted locations.
Please join us for an Investigation on Friday, June 24th at 9 pm at the Burleson Museum and Visitor Center at the corner of Wilson and Ellison in Old Town. We will investigate the former JoCo radio station location and the former Spokes Bicycle shop. We will also visit the two Baker houses, Grumps Burgers, the Old Texas Brewery, and the two trolley cars. There is a $20 cash fee per person to participate which benefits the Burleson Heritage Foundation. Please call 817-295-5121 or 817-889-1610 for reservations.
Tours meets every Friday and Saturday nights at the Burleson Visitors Center at 124 W. Ellison St.
Tours begin at 7:30 p.m. and can last up to 2.5 hours. If desired, the Baker Houses can be visited at the end of the tour. A visit to the Baker Houses will require another hour.
Tickets are $10.00 for adults. Cash only please. Group rates are available for 10 or more.
Call 817-295-5121 or 817-889-1610 to make tour reservations.
The Burleson Visitors Center
Located at 124 W. Ellison St. in the historic interurban depot. The depot was the last remaining Interurban Station on the Fort Worth to Cleburne line.
Interurban Express Motor #330 Rail Car
The oldest rail car of its kind in North Texas.
#411 Parlor Car
A 1918 interurban car that ran between Fort Worth and Dallas.
Babe's Chicken Dinner House
This building opened in 1905 as the Wilson Brothers Company. It once housed a funeral parlor and casket manufacturing business.
Old Town Brewing Company
Grump's Burgers on Main
The railroad tracks
The Baker Houses (upon request*)