Frequently Asked Questions
What are the Museum Hours?
We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5pm and on Thursdays we are open late from 10am-8pm!
What kind of Museum is the Doss?
We are a Texas and Parker County History museum. Featuring permanent exhibits on Early Settlements in Texas, Cattle Drives, Native American Life in Parker County, and Mary Martin & Larry Hagman.
What is the cost to visit the Doss?
The museum is FREE to visit. However, if you would like a guided tour there is a $5 per person fee. Please contact Guest Services at (817) 599-6168 with questions and to schedule your guided tour today!
Is the Doss Accessible?
Yes, the main entrance to the Museum is accessible for people with disabilities and handicap parking is available on the right (or north) side of the building for easy access. There is also a ramp available next to the stairs.
Groups with special needs may contact the Doss at 817-599-6168 to inquire about the possibility of adapting a current Museum tour to meet their needs.
Does the Doss have Facility Rental space?
Yes, we have 2 beautiful event spaces available for rent. One indoor space - Heritage Hall, and one outdoor space - The Grove at The Doss. Heritage Hall is our reception hall and seats up to 200 guests depending on the type of event you are hosting. For inquiries on price and availability please contact our Events & Marketing Manager at (817)599-6168
Does the Doss offer Education Programs?
Yes we do! Our Education department works very hard to offer year round hands on activities for kids of all ages, such as Preschool Storytime on Tuesdays at 10:30am, Hands On History Homeschool Days twice a month, STEAM Labs, and History Alive. We also have camps during the summertime and several annual events that are geared toward families and children! Have questions? Contact our Education Manager, Chasity Walsh, at (817)599-6168.
Tues – Sat : 10am - 5pm
Thurs : 10am-8pm
Sun & Mon: Closed
PO Box 215
Weatherford, TX 76086
The mission of the James and Dorothy Doss Heritage and Culture Center is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Parker County through cultural and educational events that raise awareness and pride in our western heritage.