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Steamiest Places

This section includes local places likely to be of greatest interest to steampunks. You can think of it as a "Best of" section that features selected locations from the other sections. The term "steamiest" should be taken figuratively. You won't necessarily find steam-powered contraptions in all these places. Instead, these locations are rich in the elements that define steampunk: Victorian- or Edwardian-era technology, culture, history, personalities, oddities and so on.

Some descriptions in these listings are adapted from articles in Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0. See the full descriptions for details.

McKinney, TX, USA

This historic area north of Dallas includes six historic homes, a 1918 general store, a renovated chapel, and a replica of a one-room schoolhouse. . .

Dallas, TX, USA

This living history museum is touted as "home to the largest and finest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas. . ."

Plano, TX, USA

Dallas Vintage describes itself as "a costume and vintage clothing megastore. . ."

Dallas, TX, USA

The Frontiers of Flight Museum is an aerospace museum in Dallas. . .

North Texas, USA

Steampunk group in North Texas. . .

Dallas, TX, USA

Griffin Trading describes itself as a "Curated Collection of Home Furnishings, Fine Art and Cool Stuff. . ."

Mansfield, TX, USA

The Mansfield location of this popular pizza chain has steampunk-inspired décor. . .

Frisco, TX, USA

The Museum of the American Railroad has a large collection of steam, diesel and passenger railroad equipment. . .

Dallas, TX, USA

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a natural history and science museum in Dallas. . .

Garland, TX, USA

This eatery, formerly known as the Generator Coffee House & Bakery, was described on TripAdvisor as "antique in a steampunk meets Art Nouveau kind of way. . ."

Texas, USA

Regional Facebook group. . .

Dallas, TX, USA

This vintage clothing outlet was co-founded by a costume designer who worked in the film business. . .

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