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Chestnut Square Historic Village
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Our oldest son used Chestnut Square as their wedding venue, and it was perfect (HOT, but perfect... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The best little Farmers Market in North Texas most all products are produced on family farms all... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Our oldest son used Chestnut Square as their wedding venue, and it was perfect (HOT, but perfect). The staff was very helpful, and facilities were just what we expected. Great little wedding venue!

Thank Matt H
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Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

The best little Farmers Market in North Texas most all products are produced on family farms all the produce is fresh picked

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Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

Way before Frisco and other towns start having farmers market I used to go to the one in McKinney but wow it has grown and it has a very European feeling to it and very different from the other ones in this area.

You can find Hummus (lots of flavors), olive products, bakeries, healthy juice options, food like BBQ sandwiches, kebabs, tamales, and of course fruits (great peaches, ran out by 9:45 and had to bring more) and vegetables.

There’s also live music and crafts.,,.what makes it unique is that there’s decent amount of vendors about 30-40 I would guess but they are all near each other and so easy to get to and lots of people in one area but somehow the open market prevents it from feeling overcrowded.

Thank JoshuaExpeditions
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

This Farmer's Market has it all with many small farmers products, great tomatoes, corn, watermelons, and other super veggies.

1  Thank Claude J
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Reviewed 22 June 2018

This is a fascinating & fabulous place to visit for any age group. The docent s are very knowledgeable & younsee & learn so much about McKinney from the past. They even offer summer camps for kids & if you are new to the area, a history buff or tourist this is not to be missed.

1  Thank Carole P
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

We enjoyed visiting the houses and businesses that were open the day we went (Saturday morning) and liked seeing the old homes and pieces of memorabilia.

Thank Evan W
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Reviewed 4 February 2018

By downloading the Munzee app you're able to scan a QR code on the door of each building. You'll hear the history of the building and the area come to life from actual McKinney residents. Many of them sharing personal stories.
During the season a nice Farmers Market occupies the area.

1  Thank Rob V
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

This is a collection of orginal homes built by prominant people from the area. They do tours on Thursday and Saturday. The houses are not open otherwise. Has a chapel and can hold weddings and receptions on property.

1  Thank Theresa M
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Reviewed 22 December 2017

Great place to relax and unwind and have great food and beverages. I highly recommend going here to spend quality time

Thank Bozinski
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

This is one of my favorite places to go on Saturday mornings during the season. It is packed with interesting vendors and their wares. You can taste fresh goat cheese and home grown fruits and veggies. There are organic eggs to buy, homemade soaps, artisan pickles, vegan chocolates and an occasional wine tasting. If you are looking for fresh tamales, original jewelry and wonderful Texas made cheeses, this is the place to be. You will wander around old farmhouses, under trees and around shrubbery during your visit. Pick up a fresh pastry on your way back to the car.

Thank Tessa T
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