Heritage, Volume 11, Number 3, Summer 1993 Page: 30
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SAN JACINTO MUSEUM
3800 Park Rd., LaPorte; (713) 479-2421; Open Daily
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 Tues-Sat 10-4; Sun 1-4; General, Local,
Pioneer History, Historic Building, Site.
RANCHING HERITAGE CENTER
Fourth & Indiana St., Lubbock; (806) 742-2498;
Open Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 9-8:30, Sun 1-4:30; History
of Ranching, Historic Building and Site.
TEXAS FORESTRY MUSEUM
1905 Atkinson Dr., Lufkin; (409) 532-8733; Daily
14:30; Local/Pioneer/Natural History, Historic Site
MILLION BARREL MUSEUM
E. Highway 80 and Museum Drive, Monahans (915)
943-9022; Open Tues-Sat 10-6, Sun. 2-6; History.
SOPHIENBURG MEMORIAL MUSEUM
401 W. Coll St., New Braunfels; (512) 6291572;Open
Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5; Local,
PioneerHistory, Historic Site; Adults $ 1, Children 25
THE WHITE-POOL HOUSE
112 E. Murphy Street, Odessa; (915)333-4072;Open
Tues-Sat 10-5; Sun 2-5; Historical Landmark.
HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM
905 W. Division St., Orange; (409) 886-5385; Open
Tues-Fri 10-2, Sun 1-5; Local and Pioneer History,
Historic Building and Site; Adults $1, Students 50.
CARSON COUNTY SQUARE HOUSE
5th & Elsie Sts., Panhandle; (806) 537-3524; Open
Mon-Sat, 9-5:30 Sun 1-5:30; Local/Pioneer History,
Art, Natural History, Prehistory, Archaeology.
1953 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur (409) 983-5977;
Open daily 9-5, weekends by appt; Ancient Pompeiian
Style Historic House; Donations.
MUSEUM OF THE GULF COAST
317 Stilwell Blvd., Gates Library, Port Arthur;
(409) 982-7000;Daily 10-2, weekends by appt.;
Natural History, Special Collections; Donations.
A.J.M. VUYLSTEKE HOME
1831 Lakeshore Dr., Lamar Univ., Port Arthur;
(409) 983-4921; Open by appt; Queen Anne
"Georgian Revival" Style Historic Home.
2545 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur; (409) 982-3068;
Open Mon, Wed, Fri 10-1 or by reservation daily
except Sun; Southern Greek Revival home (1915);
original Victorian furniture, antique accessories; $2.
HARDEMAN COUNTY JAIL MUSEUM
108 Green St., Quanah; (817) 663-5272; Open
Sunday-Friday; History of Quanah and Hardeman
County; Science, Historic Building and Site.
FORT BEND MUSEUM
500 Houston, Richmond; (713) 342-6478; Open
Tuesday-Friday 10-4, Saturday-Sunday 1-5; Local,
Pioneer History; Historic Building and Site
GEORGE RANCH HISTORIC PARK
FM 762, Richmond; (713) 545-9212; Sat-Sun,
March-Oct, Group Tours Wed-Fri; Living history reenactment,
Home Tours; Adults $5, Ages 5-12 $2.
Live Oak and First Sts., Round Top; (409) 249-3308;
Authentic Early Texas Furniture. Open 12-5 Daily.
WINEDALE HISTORICAL CENTER
4 Miles East on FM 1457, Round Top; (409) 2783530;
Open Tues-Fri by Appt, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5;
Historic Building, Site; Adults $2, students 50.
INSTITUTE OF TEXAN CULTURES
801 S. BowieS, San Antonio; (210) 226-7651;Open
Tues-Sun 9-5; State, Local Pioneer History, Natural
History, Science, Art, Ethnic Culture, Folk History
509 King William St., San Antonio; (210) 225-5924;
Open daily 10-5, Mansion, Authentic 19th century
Pieces; Adults $2 and Children under 12 free
Alamo Plaza, San Antonio; (210) 225-3853; Open
Mon-Sat 9-5:30, Sun 10-5:30; Local and Pioneer
History, Art, Archaeology, Historic Building and Site.
3801 Broadway, San Antonio; (210) 226-5544; Open
daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas, Mon-Sat
10-5; Sun 12-5; Tues 12-9. Local/Pioneer History,
Natural History, Archaeology and Prehistory; Adults
$3.50, Seniors $2, Children 4-11 $1.50. Under 4 free.
Tues 3-9 free admission.
RED RIVER HISTORICAL MUSEUM
301 S. Walnut, Sherman; (214) 893-7623; Open
Tuesday-Friday 10-12, 1-5, Saturday-Sunday 2-5;
Local, Pioneer History, Historic Building.
RAILROAD & PIONEER MUSEUM
710 Jack Baskin St., Temple; (817) 778-6873; Open
Tues-Sat 1-4; Local, Pioneer History, Historic
Building; Adults 50, Children 35.
ACE OF CLUBS HOME
420 Pine St., Texarkana (903) 793-4831; Open WedFri
10-4, Sat 1-4; 1885 Italianate Victoria built in the
shape of a playing card "club" and financed by a deal
of cards during a poker game. Antiques. Admission $5.
TEXARKANA HISTORICAL MUSEUM
219 State Line Ave., Texarkana (903) 793-4831;
Open Tues-Fri 10-4, Sat, 1-3. Indian tools, railroad
memorabilia, Scott Joplin exhibit. Admission $1.
McMULLEN COUNTY MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
S.H. 16, Tilden (512) 274-3305; Open Sunday 25
and by appointment; Maps, books, pictures, family
histories, Indian and pioneer artifacts.
BOB WILLS MUSEUM
Sixth and Lyles St., Turkey; (806) 423-1231; Open
Mon.-Wed. 8-5 and by appointment; Fiddles, Boots,
Hats, Records, Photos, Books and memorabilia related
to Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys.
Third & Alexander St., Turkey; (806) 423-1151;
Open Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 1-5, free admission; Local,
Pioneer History, Historic Building/Site.
CARNEGIE HISTORY CENTER
125 S. College, Tyler (214) 593-7989; Open Wed-Sun
1-5; Local & pioneer history, historic site/building.
McNAMARA HOUSE MUSEUM
502 N. Liberty, Victoria (512) 575-8227; Open
Tuesday-Sunday 1-5; Historic building, 19th century
South Texas family life and culture.
MASONIC GRAND LODGE
LIBRARY & MUSEUM OF TEXAS
715 Columbus Ave., Waco; (817) 753-7395; Open
Mon-Fri 9-4; Records, Artifacts, History of the Masons
WALLISVILLE HERITAGE PARK
1-10 Exit 807, Wallisville; (409) 389-2252; Open
Monday-Saturday 8-5; Local and Pioneer History,
Archaeology, Historic Building, Site.
STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUSEUM
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park, Washington;
(409) 878-2461; Open Daily 10-5 March-Aug, WedSun
10-5 Sept-Feb; Local/Pioneer History.
WHARTON COUNTY MUSEUM
231 Fulton, Wharton; (409) 532-2600; Open Mon-Fri
9-12, Sunday 1-5; County and Pioneer History.
HERITAGE VILLAGE MUSEUM
U.S. 190 West, one mile W. of Woodville; (409) 2832272;
Open Daily 9-5 Winter, 9-5:30 Summer; pioneer
buildings and artifacts, Adults $2, Children $1.
30 HERITAGE * SUMMER 1993
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