The Wylie Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to gathering, preserving and sharing the heritage of Wylie, Texas.

Our monthly meetings, which are open to the public, offer a range of programming including presentations by guest speakers and artifact displays. We invite you to join us in person to learn more about the history of Wylie and the surrounding region.

Watch for location updates prior to the meeting. Please RSVP and we will confirm the current information Click Here to RSVP


Spring Speaker Series: Red Light Districts in North Texas

Red Light Districts

Red River Historian and Story-teller Robin Cole-Jett sheds light on the history of Red Light Districts in North Texas! Join the Wylie Historical Society's Spring Speaker Series at the Smith Pucblic Library on Saturday April 22nd at 2PM.

Event is Free | Space is Limited | Registration is required Click Here

Wylie Flower Shop Celebrates 75 Years!

Wylie Flower Shop

April 16th Wylie's oldest retail business Wylie Flower Shop is celebrating 75th Anniversary!

The Brief:

♦ Arpil 22nd WHS Speaker Series: Red Light Districts 2PM at Smith Library

♦ Arpil 25th WHS Regular Meeting at 3713 Carrie Lane

♦ April 29th 2023 Collin County Historical Commission Preservation Celebration 9AM in Celina

♦ Swiss Ave Mother's Day Home Tour May 13-14th ($30)

To see all the news and details click on our News page


April 2023

The Wylie Historical Society meetings are open to the public. Please RSVP and we will confirm the correct date, time and location information.

Brown House

Welcome Center at the Brown House is Now Open!

Visit Wylie's 1st Recorded Texas Historic Landmark: Thomas & Mattie Brown House!

Featured Exhibit:: Baseball - Though end of April

Tour the classic Queen Anne Style house, see exhibits and shop the boutique!

What we do - Wylie Historical Society