Russell Farm Art Center hosts a variety of fun and educational activities throughout the year, including historic home tours, camps and classes for all ages, storytime for preschoolers, Farm School, and a community garden.
The farm has a history rich in the arts and over the years has come to be known as a place where artists and students can share and expand their knowledge of art. Many works of art, including sculptures, paintings from other artists can be seen today on a visit to the Russell Farm.
To see a list of current camps, visit the Camps page. For more information, call (817) 447-3316.
Guided tours of Russell Farm are available on the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Docents will tell stories of the families who lived here and demonstrate how the house grew from the original 3-room home to the much larger home it is today. For more information, visit the Tours page. Please note: Tours are currently suspended due to COVID-19.
The public area of Russell Farm comprises about 11 acres which are home to the Russell Farm Community Garden. The garden area will be open Tuesday - Saturday for garden members and volunteers. Children under 18 are welcome in the garden but they must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, visit the Community Garden page.
Every Friday from 11 - 11:30 a.m., Russell Farm hosts a free storytime reading for preschool-aged kids and their parents. The program is currently being offered virtually on Russell Farm's Facebook page until further notice. Join us each week as we read a fun book.