Museum tours, school field trips, Boy Scout and Girl Scout programs, and recording interviews with Plano residents are among the many programs offered by The Plano Conservancy.
The museum hosts Storytime every Friday from 10:30am to 11am. Professional storyteller Genie Hammel and her sidekick, Eugene the MotorMouse, read books, sing songs, and play games with toddlers and preschool-age children.
The Plano Conservancy funds projects to preserve, promote, and provide education about heritage resources in Plano and the surrounding area.
Monday-Friday 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 1pm - 5pm
The Interurban Railway Museum, managed by The Plano Conservancy, features wonderful interactive exhibits on electricity, math, social studies, and important historic events. Visitors can also get a tour through Car 360!
Tombstone Mysteries 2016 was a great success! Volunteers completed over $6,000 worth of headstone cleaning to Plano Mutual Cemetery. Click below to see video and photos from the day!
The Interurban Railway Museum welcomes field trips from public schools, private schools, and home school groups. The field trips match TEKS curriculum requirements and offer fun interactive electrical/STEM exhibits and more.