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7 blocks west of Courthouse, Fort Davis; (915)
426-3969; Open June 1-Sept. 7, 10-5; other by
appt. Antique dolls, toys.
ANNIE RIGGS MUSEUM
301 South Main, Fort Stockton; (336-2167 or
7106) Open Monday-Saturday 12-12,1-5, Sun.
1:30-5; Local, Pioneer History, Archeology,
Historic Site, Building, Mineralogy and Dress
Collection; Adults 50, Children 25.
PRESIDIO LA BAHIA MUSEUM
2 miles south of Goliad on U.S. 183/77A; (512)
645-3752; Open daily 9-5; church, prehistory,
military history. Adults $2, children 50.
HUNT COUNTY MUSEUM
2418 Lee St., 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
Hill Junior College, Hillsboro; (817) 582-2555;
Open Monday-Friday 8-4:30; Art, Confederate
and Texas History.
HARRIS COUNTY HERITAGE
Sam Houston Park, 1100 Bagby, Houston; (713)
223-8367; Open Tuesday-Friday 10-4, Saturday
11-3, Sunday 2-5; Kellum-Noble House,
FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF
SCIENCE AND HISTORY
1501 Montgomery St., Fort Worth; (817) 7321631;
Monday-Saturday 9-5 Sunday 2-5; Local,
Pioneer History, Science, Natural History,
Archaeology, Prehistory, Planetarium,
Mineralogy, Omni Theatre.
1301 W. 7th St., 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 Ft. Worth
Stockyards, Meat Packing Industry.
SID RICHARDSON COLLECTION
OF WESTERN ART
309 Main St., Fort Worth; (817) 332-6554;
Open Tues-Fri 10-5, Saturday 11-6, Sunday 15;
Western Art, Sundance Square Historic Site.
PIONEER MEMORIAL MUSEUM
309 W. Main St., Fredericksburg; (512) 9972835;
Open Monday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 15,
Closed Tuesday; Winter Hours: Nov. 1March
31 Saturday 10-5 Sunday 1-5; Local and
Pioneer History; Adults $2, Children 50.
Market Square, Fredericksburg; (512) 9977832;
Open Weekdays 10-4, Closed weekends;
Local and Pioneer History; Adults $ 1, Children
under 12 free.
2219 Market, Galveston; (409)766-2340;
Monday-Saturday 10-4, Sunday 12-4; History
of Galveston County farming and ranching,
Karankawa Indian relics, history of Texas Navy.
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 S. Market St., Goliad; (409) 766-2340;
Open Wed-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5; Local History.
36 HERITAGE * WINTER 1990
Henkel Square is a nationally recognized museum village of Texas
Anglo-American and German-American 19th century culture located
in Round Top, midway between Austin and Houston.
The Henkel Square Restorations and the Collections are administered
by the Texas Pioneer Arts Foundation established by
Mrs. Faith Poorman Bybee and the late Charles Lewis Bybee
in order to perpetuate an authentic representation of the
way of life of the early Austin settlers of Texas.
Henkel Square is open daily from Noon to 5:00 p.m.
P.O. Box 82 * Round Top, Texas 78954 * (409) 249-3308
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