- Departments H - K
- Heritage Crossing
- Historic Attractions
- Tinsley-Lyles House
William A. Tinsley built this house in the late 1800’s at Austin and First Streets. The house was purchased by R.H. Lyles in1902.
City Acquisition & First Move
In the 1970’s Jay Jones purchased the house from the Lyles Family and donated it to the City of Garland. In 1979, the Lyles House was relocated to Heritage Park to reside with the Santa Fe Depot and Pullman Coach Car 582 behind City Hall.
In 2015, the Tinsley-Lyles House was moved to its current, more prominent location, in Heritage Crossing.
- What is the museum’s address?
- When is the Landmark Museum open? And why is it not open more?
- How much is admission to the Landmark Museum?
- Do you do field trips for schools, seniors, scouts, or private tours?
- Can I go inside the Tinsley-Lyles House or the 1910 Pullman Coach Car? And when will they be open to the public?
- What is inside the museum?
- How can I learn more about Garland history?
- What does the Garland Landmark Society do and how can I join?
- How do I volunteer?
- I am looking for historic Garland photos to purchase. Who do I contact?
To sign up for the monthly Heritage Crossing Newsletter, click HERE. Below is a sample of our latest edition.
Heritage Crossing Coordinator
Office Location: Mailing Address:
Garland Landmark Museum Heritage Crossing
393 N. Sixth Street PO Box 469002
Garland, Texas 75040 Garland, Texas 75046
By appointment only, Monday through Friday.
Garland Landmark Society Mailing Address:
PO Box 462232
Garland, Texas 75046