Visit the Museum

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. 

Self Guided Tours

We are Free to the public for self guided tours and are open Tuesday – Saturday 10a-5p, on Thursday’s we are open late 10a-8p

Guided Tours

If you would like a guided tour it is $5.00 per person and all guided tours must be scheduled in advance. Please contact us at (817) 599-6168 to schedule your guided tour today! 

Traveling Trunks

Our Education department offers a trunk program where we will come to your school or organization with a trunk full of Texas history items.

On Display at the Doss

Gallery Cover Photo Cartwright Gallery

Thankful Generations: Heroes Found

October 7th - May 2024

Heritage Gallery

Permanent Exhibition

Weatherford Art Association - Member Show

January 2024- April 6th, 2024

Mary Martin & Larry Hagman Gallery

Permanent Exhibition

Dig Deeper: Archeology in Parker County

Semi-Permanent Exhibition

Getting Involved Is Easy

Volunteer Program

We are always looking for excited members of our community to join our volunteer program! Contact, Chasity Walsh, at (817)599-6168 for more information on how to become a volunteer! 

Partner With Us

We offer Doss Partnerships as well as Business Partnerships, we can even cater a business partnership to best benefit your organization! 

Donate Artifacts & Archives

For all inquiries regarding our donation process of Artifacts, Documents, & Photographs please contact our Collections Manager at collections@dosscenter.org

Physical Address

1400 Texas Dr.
Weatherford TX, 76086
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Museum Hours

Tues – Sat : 10am - 5pm
Thurs : 10am-8pm
Sun & Mon: Closed

Contact Us

(817) 599-6168
Email Us

Mailing Address

PO Box 215 
Weatherford, TX 76086 

Mission Statement

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. 


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