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A visit to the Petroleum Museum is an amazing journey through over 230 million years of history. Located in the heart of the Permian Basin, the Petroleum Museum offers over 40,000 square feet of interactive education and entertainment for adventurers of all ages. The mission of the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum is to share the petroleum and energy story and its impact on our lives.
1500 Interstate 20 West
Midland, Texas 79701
To promote ranching on a National and International level and to preserve the lifestyle of the working ranch cowboy. In March of 1995, a group of people from across the western United States created the Working Ranch Cowboys Association. WRCA produces the World Championship Ranch Rodeo as a means to showcase the skills of the working ranch cowboy and to raise funds for the WRCA Foundation.
408 SW 7th Ave
Amarillo, Texas 79101
Learn about the County's rich history from pre-historic days to the days of gunslingers to the days of railways and boom towns! The Comanche County Historical Museum chronicles this history from frontier times to the mid-1900s. Exhibits include a blacksmith shop, filling station, doctor's office and the Comanche saloon shows where gunslinger John Wesley Hardin killed a deputy in 1874.
402 Moorman Road
Comanche, Texas 76442
Once started as a high school musical 75 years ago is still thrilling audiences today. Come enjoy over 250 citizen/actors as they perform, produce and stage the big show on an acre-sized amphitheater called Prairie Theater. The show combines covered wagons, buggies, railroads and the Concord Stagecoach. Contact the Albany chamber for more information.
2 Railroad Street
Albany, Texas 76430
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.
610 East 3rd Street
Sweetwater, Texas 79556
Martin & Francis Lehnis Railroad Museum exhibits the railroad history of Brownwood and surrounding communities. Including model trains of all sizes and ages, interactive telegraph equipment, and railroad equipment. Other exhibits include railroad lanterns, videos, photographs of employees, structures and trains. Come experience all the sights and sounds of trains, trains, and more trains!
700 Easy Adams
Brownwood, Texas 76803
Fort Concho, established in 1867 on the banks of the Concho River, served as regimental headquarters for some of the most recognized frontier units in Texas history, including the 10th Cavalry, better known as the Buffalo Soldiers. Reenactments, performed by volunteers, include uniforms and procedures accurate to the period. The Fort also sponsors a lively calendar of festivals and celebrations.
630 South Oakes Street
San Angelo, Texas 76903
The Museum features permanent displays focusing on local and regional history, Native American art and artifacts, and modern, contemporary and Southwestern art, including the McAdoo Collection of 'Taos Ten' paintings. Temporary exhibitions feature Southwestern artists, crafts persons and history topics of interest to people of the region. Founded in 1931.
418 West Fox Street
Carlsbad, Texas 88220
An extensive collection of military equipment and memorabilia, including a rare WWII B-25 Bomber, a completely restored WWII Burma Jeep, and an M-6 Patton tank. All branches of the United States Armed Forces are represented in the Freedom Museum USA. Exhibits of both official and private memorabilia from military and civilian sources offer a well-rounded view of American military history.
600 N Hobart
Pampa, Texas 79065
The Museum is a regional history museum housed in a 1927 12,000 square foot historic hotel & hardware store building. Featured exhibits include Adobe Walls, boomtown, petroleum history, and natural history. External exhibits include a 95' Cable Tool Drilling Rig, and Petroleum Exhibit Hall with 1920 - 1950 era tools and equipment. The Gift Shop offers regional history books and Texas souvenirs.
618 North Main
Borger, Texas 79007