The Klein, TX Historical Foundation featuring Wunderlich Farm.

Plan your visit today to come experience our quiet oasis that rests among the bustling suburbs of northwest Harris County. At the farm, you will see how the rural heritage of the early Klein community and families is preserved.

Wow!! What a great summer. We will not be open during September, our next open day and market will be our Annual Fall Festival on October 27th. See below for more details.

Volunteer Application

We are currently accepting applications for volunteers. Volunteers can be for school field trips, working on a Saturday with visitors, or just volunteering to spruce the place up. Click the application link and join the team.

Upcoming Events

Here is a list of some of our upcoming events. Put them on your calendar now so you don’t forget. Check back often as new events are always in the planning.

Farmer’s Market and Museum Open

Our farmer’s market will be open on the following dates: October 27th, Dec 1st, Jan 26, Feb 23, March 30th, April 27th, and May 25th.

  • 10 am – 2 pm
  • Museum open till 3 pm
  • Last Saturday of each month.

Candlelight Tours

Our 3rd Annual Candlelight tour. Step back in time and visit with our founding families on Christmas Eve. Learn about the different cultures and beliefs during these times. You may even glimpse Old St. Nick! This year’s date will be Dec 3rd and Dec 4th

  • Roasting Mashmellows
  • $10 per adult
  • $5 for school age children
  • Reservations are required

Old Fashion Christmas Market

A time of reflection as you stroll the grounds and experience a Christmas of a by gone era. Sip some wassail, visit with Santa, make some crafts, and shop for those hard to find people at our annual Christmas Market. Gates open at 10 am and close at 4 pm

  • $2 per person and 1 can good
  • Celtaire String Band
  • Food Trucks
  • Choirs
100% of the farm DEPENDS on YOU!

As a non-profit, we subsidize nearly 100% of our programming, which means we need your support to help us do what we do best—like caring for livestock, running workshops throughout the year, and training a new generation of Youth Volunteers to carry the spirit of our mission far beyond our fences.

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Experience History

Learning from our past is more than just listening to facts. It means doing. Doing the jobs of the early settlers, experiencing life like the settlers, and at times pretending to be the settlers.

So come out and take a step back in time. Play along with our residents and truly immerse yourself into the story of Big Cypress.

What does it mean to Go Beyond History?

Going Beyond History

Will You Join Us?

Our open-air museum is unique for North Harris County because we are the only one. We are open to the general public the LAST Saturday of each month. However, we are conducting school tours most days of the week. If the flags are out, feel free to drop in.