Remembering the lives of families from Nolan County and the City of Sweetwater. "Our tour was an enchanting walk through the history of our county." More than a dozen Pioneer Museum display rooms depict the lives of early Nolan County settlers with extensive photograph files, farm and ranch exhibits, Indian artifacts, and WASP exhibits. Special tours available by appointment.
Serving Lubbock and West Texas Since 1977... Enjoy lunch, dinner, midway games, a game of pool, or just a casual meeting with friends at either of the two Lubbock locations. You'll experience the success of the Caboose's unique concept, based on a sincere desire to provide each guest with quality service, great products, and an unforgettable entertainment experience.
Museum maintains collections of ranch and farm artifacts. A five-room house, rebuilt inside the main exhibit hall, is furnished with pieces from the early 1900s. A replica of the J.O. Bass Blacksmith Shop is also located in main exhibit hall and features Bass' tools and equipment. Written, oral and video histories of the county are maintained, as well as an outstanding photographic history of early life in the area. Outside exhibits include the 1917 Jowell House.
Lake Meredith Museum offers six realistic dioramas featuring local wild life in their natural habitats depicting the rock, soil, plant life and the seasons that occur within the Texas Panhandle. Educational programs are conducted throughout the year to students of all ages. The museum maintains two aquariums displaying a variety of freshwater fish found in Lake Meredith.
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