The Bayless-Selby House Museum was built at the end of the 19th century in the Victorian "Queen Anne" style. The museum is located in the Historical Park of Denton County, not far from The Square, and is Denton County's first historic house museum. It was recently restored and features many exhibits including 19th-century American furniture with emphasis on the Eastlake-style, a music room complete with a square grand piano, Victorian handpainted porcelain in the dining room, Victorian-style wallpapers, Victorian lighting devices, Victorian fashions, and many examples of late-19th-century children's clothing and toys. Visitors may follow the chat walks through the house's Victorian-style gardens, which features an antique rose garden.
The museum offers lecture series on exhibits, teacher workshops and adocent program. It is open Tuesday - Saturday.