Gibson-Grant Log House open to public after Dec. 11 ribbon cutting

This photo illustration shows the position of the log cabin hidden behind the walls of the renovated house in Flower Mound. The structure will be open to the public after the Dec. 11 ribbon cutting ceremony. (Photo by Samantha Van Dyke, illustration by Michelle Degard/Community Impact Newspaper)
This photo illustration shows the position of the log cabin hidden behind the walls of the renovated house in Flower Mound. The structure will be open to the public after the Dec. 11 ribbon cutting ceremony. (Photo by Samantha Van Dyke, illustration by Michelle Degard/Community Impact Newspaper)

This photo illustration shows the position of the log cabin hidden behind the walls of the renovated house in Flower Mound. The structure will be open to the public after the Dec. 11 ribbon cutting ceremony. (Photo by Samantha Van Dyke, illustration by Michelle Degard/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Gibson-Grant Log House will open to the public Dec. 11, after a multiyear design and renovation process, according to a Flower Mound news release.

The Gibson-Grant Log House was constructed in 1860-61 and is one of a few log structures of the mid-nineteenth century still standing on its original site in Denton County, according to the release.

Flower Mound will host a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. Dec. 11 at the house located at 3615 Grant Court.

Tours will be available on site until 2 p.m. The tours will provide guests with information about the structure, according to the release.

After the ribbon cutting, the Gibson-Grant Log House will be open to the public for free every Friday from 1-5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m, according to the release. The house will be closed on town holidays.


By Samantha Douty
Samantha Douty joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2021 as the Lewisville/ Flower Mound/ Highland Village editor. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2018 with a degree in journalism. But her passion for journalism started when she was 16 years old. Before joining Community Impact Newspaper, she reported on education for the Victoria Advocate, a rural South Texas daily newspaper.