Old Town Spring is the preserved and renovated portions of early Spring, Texas. The town grew around a railroad hub that was important for its development during the 1800s. Old Town Spring is the historical location of the businesses that developed around this early railroad hub. There is a small but interesting museum, the Spring Historical Museum, located near the main entrance to Old Town Spring.
Today there are over 100 dining, shopping, and other businesses that form the backbone of Old Town Spring. In 1983 the Spring Preservation League was formed by residents, property owners, and business owners to preserve and develop this historical landmark. It was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1983. The Spring Preservation League also promotes local events and organizes the overall marketing for this unique and historical portion of Spring, Texas.
Old Town Spring features local artists and performers and always welcomes young and new talent to participate in the many events. Performers include singers, musical bands, story tellers, choirs, acrobats, and more. Old Town Spring also asks for volunteers to help during festivals and holidays. Students often volunteer and receive credit for community service.
Store hours are set by each individual business. Most stores and dining establishments are open Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm, with several shops open on Mondays.