Built in 1892, the beautifully restored Old Red Courthouse contains some of Dallas County’s most fascinating historical artifacts. There is a special exhibit gallery located on the first floor, while the second floor of Old Red is filled with exhibits, 41-touch screen computers, an educational learning center and four mini theatres. Continue reading →
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy; interprets the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza; and presents contemporary culture within the context of presidential history. Continue reading →
Frontier Texas brings the frontier to life and lets visitors meet people who played out their lives on the Texas frontier. Continue reading →
Austin’s oldest home, the French Legation Museum promotes understanding and appreciation of Texas history and culture through preservation of the legacy, structure, and collections of the French Legation to the Republic of Texas.
One of our Nation’s best kept secrets is the National Border Patrol Museum & Gift shop, located in El Paso, Texas. Here you can journey through the history of the U.S. Border Patrol from the beginning in the Old West, … Continue reading →
The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin, Texas, tells the “Story of Texas” with three floors of interactive exhibits, the special effects show, The Star of Destiny, in the Texas Spirit Theater, and Austin’s only IMAX Theatre, … Continue reading →
The McFaddin-Ward House was built in 1905-06 in the striking and distinctive Beaux-Arts Colonial style. The structure and its furnishings reflect the lifestyle of the prominent family who lived in the house for seventy-five years. When W. P. H. and … Continue reading →
Welcome to the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum! Founded in 1975 to tell the petroleum and energy story and its impact on our lives, the Museum portrays the story of the industry and the rugged men and women who settled the … Continue reading →