Tours & Programs
Historic Aldredge House is open to the public on the second Saturday of every month, except July and August.
Costumed actors will take you back to Swiss Avenue's early days when West Texas rancher Will Lewis commissioned the French Renaissance mansion for his debutante bride, Willie Newberry.
Guests will be transported back to the city's earliest years to learn how people lived, worked, and played in bygone days.
Living History Tours are free.
For reservations, visit FriendsofAldgedgeHouse.org
Photography is permitted.
Additional tour times are available by appointment. Please contact email@example.com
Health-related programs presented by Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation are scheduled on an ongoing basis. For a full calendar of programs:
Friends of Aldredge House also offers programs throughout the year. For more information:
Important Parking Information
Historic Aldredge House strives to be a good neighbor in the residential area of Swiss Avenue.
Guests must park only in designated areas.
Parking is allowed in the following areas:
in front of and at the side of the house
in the carriage house driveway (behind the main house)
in the parking strip beyond the carriage house (accessed via the alley)
Additional parking is also available in the Historic Aldredge House lot at
5436 Gaston Avenue.
DO NOT park in front of neighboring houses.
Please refer to the map for details.
We look forward to seeing you at
Historic Aldredge House!