Nestled on 3 acres adjacent to the Bosque River, the Stephenville Historical House Museum consists of 12 nineteenth century structures furnished with period furniture and artifacts. Buildings include several log cabins, a ranch house owned by John Tarleton (founder of Tarleton State University), a rock cottage, a two-story Victorian house, a chapel, and a school house. There's even a two-hole outhouse!
The museum grounds are open to the public all day, every day for self-guided tours.
Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated (upkeep of the historical structures and production of new exhibits are made possible only through donations).