Most people think of the Bufalo Gap Historic Village as a collection of antique buildings grouped together in a small town south of Abilene, Texas, worth a pleasant day’s visit or two. But a lot more is going on here than just curious artifacts waiting to be examined. The Village is owned and operated by the Texas Frontier Heritage & Cultural Center™, which sponsors a wide range of cultural activities exploring Southern United States history in general and the history of Texas in particular. Make sure your calendar includes these upcoming events!
In continuing the educational mission of the Village, we are proud to offer
the public our acclaimed Chautauqua Learning Series. The Learning Series
consists of monthly lectures which are based on the Chautauqua movement
which spread throughout the rural United States in the late 19th and early
20th centuries. Click here for details and times of specific lectures.
For information on past events sponsored by the Texas Frontier Heritage & Cultural Center™, click here.