Heritage, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 1989 Page: 34
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HISTORICAL MUSEUM LISTINGS
EDITORS NOTE: Historical museums
are listed in alphabetical order by city. If no
fee is indicated, admission is free. Because
of limited space, THF member institutions
are given priority, and every effort is made
to include as many museums and historic
sites as possible. Please direct inquiries to:
Editor, 603 W. 13th Street, Suite 1A-170,
Austin, Texas 78701.
LEDBETTER PICKET HOUSE
700 Railroad Street, Albany; (915) 7623087;
open daily 8-5.
MUSEUM OF THE
Sul Ross State University, Box C-210, Alpine;
(915) 837-8143; Open Tuesday-Saturday
9-5, Sunday 1-5; Local and Pioneer
History, Art, Archaeology, Prehistory.
1616 West Abram, Arlington; (817) 4604001;
Open Tuesday-Friday 9:30-2:30,
Sunday 1:30-4:30; Local and Pioneer History,
University of Texas at Austin, Sid
Richardson Hall, Unit 2, Austin; (512)
471-5961; Open Monday-Saturday 8-5;
Texas History and Historical Research on
2313 Red River, Austin; (512) 482-5137;
Open daily 9-5; Presidential Library and
TEXAS MEMORIAL MUSEUM
2400 Trinity, Austin; (512) 471-1604;
Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday-Sunday
1-5; History, Natural History, Archaeology,
Prehistory and Mineralogy.
FRONTIER TIMES MUSEUM
506 13th Street, Bandera; (512) 796-3864;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-12, 1-4:30,
Sunday 1-4:30; Local and Pioneer History
and Art; Adults $1, Students 25.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM
702 Main Street, Bastrop; (512) 3216177;
Open Saturday and Sunday Afternoons;
Local and Pioneer History; Adults
50, Children 25.
Community Building, 3430 Market Street,
Baytown; (713) 427-8768; Open SundayFriday
1-5; Local and Pioneer History.
JOHN JAY FRENCH MUSEUM
2989 French Road, Beaumont; (409) 8980348;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-4, Sunday
1-4; Local and Pioneer History, and
Art; Adults $1, Students 50.
SID RICHARDSON MUSEUM
Mabee Student Center, University of
Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton; (817) 9395811;
Open By Appointment; University
BIGFOOT WALLACE MUSEUM
FM 462, Bigfoot; (512) 663-4395; Open
Upon Request; Local and Pioneer History;
Adults $1, Children 50.
Courthouse, Third Floor, Bonham; (214)
583-8042; Open Monday-Friday 8-12,1-5;
Local and Pioneer History.
SAM RAYBURN HOUSE
1/2 Mile West of City Limits on U.S. 82,
Bonham; (214) 583-5558; Open TuesdayFriday
10-5, Saturday 1-5, Sunday 2-5; Historic
House and Contents.
805 Crockett Street, Brenham; (409) 8363695;
Open By Appointment; Local and
Pioneer History, Art, Historic Site and
Building. $1.50 Fee.
WALLER COUNTY HISTORICAL
906 Cooper St., Brookshire; (713) 9342826;
Open Weekdays except Thursday
10-2; Local and Pioneer History, Historic
Building and Site.
3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan; (409) 7792195;
Open Thursday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday
1-5; Local and Pioneer History and Natural
FORT CROGHAN MUSEUM
Hwy. 29 West, Burnet; (512) 756-8281;
Open April-Sept., Monday-Wednesday and
Saturday 8-5, Sunday 10-4.; Historic Buildings,
Local and Pioneer History, Early Texas
History; Donations Accepted.
2401 4th Ave., Canyon; (806) 655-7191;
Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Sunday 2-5; Local
and Pioneer History, Science, Natural
History, Art, Archaeology, Prehistory, Historic
Building and Site, Mineralogy.
ALLEY LOG CABIN HOUSE
1200 Bowie Street, Columbus; (409) 7325881;
Open Third Weekend in May and for
Special Tours; Local and Pioneer History;
CORPUS CHRISTI MUSEUM
1900 North Chaparral, Corpus Christi;
(512) 883-2862; Open Tuesday-Saturday
10-5; Sunday 2-5; Local, Pioneer History,
Science, Natural History, Art, Archaeology,
Prehistory, Botany, Mineralogy.
CROSBY COUNTY PIONEER
MEMORIAL MUSEUM AND
101 Main, Crosbyton; (806) 675-2331;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 9-12, 2-5; Regional,
Local and Pioneer History.
DALLAS MUSEUM OF
Second and Grand, Dallas; (214) 421-2169;
Open Monday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday and
Holidays 12-5; Natural History.
OLD CITY PARK
1717 Gano Street, Dallas; (214) 421-5141;
Open Tuesday-Friday 10-4, Saturday-Sunday
1:30-4:30; Local and Pioneer History,
Historic Building and Site; Adults $4, Children
34 HERITAGE * WINTER 1989
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