Heritage, Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 1995 Page: 29
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HISTORIC FORT STOCKTON
300 East Third Street, Fort Stockton; (915) 3362400.
Monday-Saturday 10-1 and 2-5, Closed
Sunday; Four buildings original to the post -Civil War
fort and four that have been rebuilt; Adults $1,
FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF
SCIENCE AND HISTORY
1501 Montgomery Street, Fort Worth; (817) 7321631;
Monday-Saturday 9-5 Sunday 2-5; Local,
Pioneer History, Science, Natural History,
Archaeology, Prehistory, Planetarium, Mineralogy,
1301 West 7th Street, Fort Worth; (817) 332-7064;
Open Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30; Local History.
131 East Exchange Avenue, Suite 113-114, Fort
Worth (817)625-5082; Monday-Friday, 10-4,
Saturday 10-4:30; History of Fort Worth Stockyards,
Meat Packing Industry.
SID RICHARDSON COLLECTION
OF WESTERN ART
309 Main St. in Sundance Square, Fort Worth; (817)
332-6554; OpenTues-Wed 10-5; Thurs-Fri 10-8, Sat
11-8, Sun 1-5; Western art collection including 55
paintings by Frederic Remington and Charles M.
Russell, Free admission.
PIONEER MEMORIAL MUSEUM
309 W. Main St., Fredericksburg; (512) 997-2835;
Open Monday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 1-5, Closed
Tuesday; Winter Hours: Nov. 1-March 31 Saturday
10-5 Sunday 1-5; Local and Pioneer History; Adults
$2, Children 50.
Market Square, Fredericksburg; (512) 997-7832;
Open Weekdays 10-4, Closed weekends; Local and
Pioneer History; Adults $1, Children under 12
2219 Market, Galveston; (409)766-2340; MondaySaturday
10-4, Sunday 12-4; Commercial history of
Galveston County, the career of architect Nicholas
Clayton, and lighthouses of the Texas coast.
THE RAILROAD MUSEUM CENTER
123 Rosenberg, Galveston; (409) 765-5700; Open
Daily 10-5; Rail, Transportation History; Adults $4,
Seniors $3, Children 4-12 $2.
MARKET HOUSE MUSEUM
200 South Market Street, Goliad; (512) 645-3479;
Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 10-4; Local
PRESIDIO LA BAHIA MUSEUM
2 miles south of Goliad on U.S. 183/77A; (512) 6453752;
Open daily 9-5; church, prehistory, military
history. Adults $2, children 50.
HUNT COUNTY MUSEUM
2418 Lee Street, Greenville; (214) 454-3716; Open
Tuesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-2; Local history,
prehistory, working cotton gin models; Adults $2,
Seniors and Children $1.
CONFEDERATE RESEARCH CENTER AND
AUDIE MURPHY GUN MUSEUM
HillJuniorCollege, Hillsboro; (817) 582-2555; Open
Monday-Friday 8-4:30; Art, Confederate and Texas
HILL COUNTY CELL BLOCK MUSEUM
One block north of courthouse, Hillsboro; (817)
582-8812; open second and fourth Saturdays, April
to November by appointment; Texas historical
marker; Admission free, donations accepted.
HARRIS COUNTY HERITAGE SOCIETY
Sam Houston Park, 1100 Bagby, Houston; (713)
223-8367; Open Tuesday-Friday 10-4, Saturday 113,
Sunday 2-5; Nominal Admission.
SAM HOUSTON MEMORIAL MUSEUM
1836 Sam Houston Ave., Huntsville; (409) 2941832;
Open Tuesday-Sunday 9-5; Local and Pioneer
History, Historic Site/Building.
223 West Austin Street, Jefferson; (214) 665-2775;
Open Daily 9:30-5; Historical Memorabilia, Objects,
Documents, History of Jefferson and State; Adults
$1, Students 50.
HILL COUNTRY MUSEUM
226 Earl Garrett, Kerrville; (512) 896-8633; Open
Monday-Saturday 10-12, 2-4:30; Local, Pioneer
History, Historic Building.
FAYETTE HERITAGE MUSEUM
855 S. Jefferson St., La Grange; (409) 968-3765 or
6418; Open Tues-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-1, Sun 1-5; Local
History Archives and Genealogical Collections.
SAN JACINTO MUSEUM
3800 ParkRd., LaPorte; (713) 479-2421; OpenDaily
10-6; History from Indians to end of 19th century.
REAL COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Evergreen St., Leakey; (210) 232-5330; Open Fri/ Sat
10-4; Authentic home furnishings, ranch implements,
Indian arrowheads; Adults $1, Children 25.
GREGG COUNTY MUSEUM
Fredonia and Bank Streets., Longview; (214) 7535840;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-4; Sunday 1-4;
General, Local, Pioneer History, Historic Building/
RANCHING HERITAGE CENTER
Fourth & Indiana Streets, Lubbock; (806) 742-2498;
Open Monday-Wednesday, Friday-Saturday 9-8:30,
Sunday 1-4:30; History of Ranching, Historic
Building and Site.
TEXAS FORESTRY MUSEUM
1905 Atkinson Drive, Lufkin; (409) 532-8733; Daily
1-4:30; Local/Pioneer/Natural History, Historic Site
HARRISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Peter Whetstone Square, Marshall; (903) 938-2680;
Tuesday-Saturday 9-5; Historical architectural site
houses geneological library, artifacts; Adults $2,
MILLION BARREL MUSEUM
East Highway 80 and Museum Drive, Monahans
(915) 943-9022; Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-6,
Sunday 2-6; History.
SOPHIENBURG MEMORIAL MUSEUM
401 West Coll Street, New Braunfels; (512) 6291572;0pen
Monday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 1-5;
Local, PioneerHistory, Historic Site; Adults $1,
THE WHITE-POOL HOUSE
112 East Murphy Street, Odessa; (915) 3334072;0pen
Tues-Sat 10-5; Sun 2-5; Historical
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