WICHITA FALLS, TX - This weekend you'll get the chance to see some of Wichita Falls most historic buildings and museums for free.
The annual Stroll 'n Roll is a family fun day filled with rich history featuring 12 area museums, art galleries, attractions and more.
Ashleigh Wynn with the Kemp Center for the Arts says organizers are expecting a big turn-out this year.
"Now you've got the food yard downtown and everybody is really getting out and being interactive this year," Ashleigh Wynn said. "Even River Bend Nature Center is going to be on the schedule this year so that'll be fun. You'll actually get to go to River Bend and not have to pay to go in with your kids."
Be sure to stop by the Texas Travel Information Center on I-44 in Wichita Falls during Stroll 'n Roll for maps and help finding locations.
The Stroll 'n Roll event is Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.
There will be a free trolley service leaving from the MPEC to take you and your family to the downtown sites.
2015 Stroll 'n Roll Locations:
NEW! "Big Blue" Photo Contest (719 Scott Street)
Museum of North Texas History (720 Indiana Avenue)
Wichita Falls Art Association Gallery (600 8th Street)
Downtown Farmer's Market (713 Ohio Avenue)
Wichita Falls Railroad Museum (500 9th Street)
Wichita Theatre Performing Arts Center (919 Indiana Avenue)
Kemp Center for the Arts (1300 Lamar Street)
Kell House Museum (900 Bluff Street)
Riverside Cemetery (1810 5th Street)
River Bend Nature Center (2200 3rd Street)
Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU (2 Eureka Circle)
Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at MSU (3410 Taft - Louis Rodriguez Drive/Nocona Trail)