This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Texas.
A dynamic educational institution that engages visitors in the exciting Story of Texas through a variety of programs and exhibit experiences in Austin.
Tells the story of the breed of cattle native to the state and exhibits western art and artifacts. Situated in League City.
Exhibits that depict the history of the city and area, and includes a collection of spurs and western memorabilia in Gatesville.
A non-profit Texas corporation formed to promote the ghost town of Medicine Mound, Texas and museum. Provides general and grant information, vision, gallery, stories, weblog, contact information, and directions.
A collection of over 100 telephones and other equipment related to the history of the telephone in San Angelo.
Exhibits illustrate the development of the city and area in Longview.
The heritage and blended culture found in the Rio Grande Valley between South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Located in Edinburg.
Exhibits that chronicle the antebellum history of the South, the coming of an Un-Civil War, the tragic events that composed that drama, and the effects upon generations of Southern society in Sugar Land.
Exhibits illustrate Western heritage, transportation, and geology, furniture and decorative arts, fine arts and petroleum. Includes hours, events, admission, research center, membership details and directions. Located in Canyon.
Calendar of events, virtual tour, hours of operation, membership information, and chronology. Located in Huntsville.
Exhibits that depict the history of the city and area in Snyder, TX.
Exhibits, audio-visual presentations, and educational programs that presents the experiences of ordinary Texans and extraordinary events in Washington.
Features displays relating to the American West, law enforcement, Southern Plains Indian history and ethnography, firearms history and technology. Includes hours, FAQs and research center. Located in Waco.
Includes details of exhibits, hours of operation, admission, calendar of events, rules and regulations, educational resources, links and directions. Located in San Antonio.
Non-profit organization featuring an outdoor railroad exhibit, displays of photographs and artifacts, and archival resources that explore the growth and development of the community. Includes membership details, volunteer opportunities, and a visitor's guide. Located in Diboll.
Tour the completely refurbished jackup drilling rig, absorb the day-to-day excitement of offshore drilling and production, marine transportation, environmental protection, construction, and pipelining. Located in Galveston.
Collects, preserves, and exhibits documents and artifacts relating to the area's history. Contains details of the exhibits, events, memberships, a volunteer form and map directions to the location in Georgetown.
Featuring pictorial displays, pioneers, famous residents, homes, landmarks, events, biographies, map, cemeteries. Includes hours of operation and directions. Donations welcomed. Located in Gilmer.
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