Heritage, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 1989 Page: 33
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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, P.O. Box
530056, Austin, Texas 78753.
LEDBETTER PICKET HOUSE
700 Railroad Street, Albany; (915) 762-3087;
open daily 8-5.
MUSEUM OF THE BIG BEND
Sul Ross State University, Box C-210, Alpine;
(915) 837-8143; Open Tuesday-Saturday 9-5,
Sunday 1-5; Local and Pioneer History, Art,
BRAZORIA COUNTY MUSEUM
100 E. Cedar St., Angleton; (409) 849-5711;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 11-5; Local and
Pioneer History, Pre-Statehood, Archaeology,
1616 West Abram, Arlington; (817) 460-4001;
Open Tuesday-Friday 9:30-2:30, Sunday 1:304:30;
Local, Pioneer History, Historic Building.
BARKER TEXAS HISTORY CENTER
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 Texas.
FRENCH LEGATION MUSEUM
802 San Marcos, Austin; (512) 472-8180;
Open Tuesday-Sunday 1-5; Historic Building;
Adults $2, Students $1, Children 50.
LBJ LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
2313 Red River, Austin; (512) 482-5137; Open
daily 9-5; Presidential Library, History Exhibits.
TEXAS MEMORIAL MUSEUM
2400 Trinity, Austin; (512) 471-1604; Open
Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat-Sun 1-5; History, Natural
History, Archaeology, Prehistory, Mineralogy.
FRONTIER TIMES MUSEUM
506 13th Street, Bandera; (512) 796-3864;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-12, 1-4:30, Sunday
1-4:30; Local, Pioneer History, Art; Adults $1,
BASTROP COUNTY MUSEUM
702 Main Street, Bastrop; (512) 321-6177;
Open Saturday and Sunday Afternoons; Local
and Pioneer History; Adults 50, Children 25.
Texian Market Days will be held October 21-22,
1989 on the George Ranch Historic Park outside
BAYTOWN HISTORICAL MUSEUM
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 14;
Local and Pioneer History, and Art; Adults
$1, Students 50.
1906 McFaddin Ave., Beaumont; (817) 8322134;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-4, Sunday 1 -
4; 1906 Beaux Arts Colonial House with
original collection; $3, no one under 12.
BIGFOOT WALLACE MUSEUM
FM 462, Bigfoot; (512) 663-4395; Open Upon
Request; Local and Pioneer History; Adults $1,
FANNIN COUNTY MUSEUM
Courthouse, Third Floor, Bonham; (214) 5838042;
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.
906 Cooper St., Brookshire; (713) 934-2826;
Open Weekdays except Thursday 10-2; Local
and Pioneer History, Historic Building, Site.
BRAZOS VALLEY MUSEUM
3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan; (409) 779-2195;
Open Thursday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday 1-5;
Local and Pioneer History and Natural History.
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;
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