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We visit at least 2 times a year, or when kiddos visit..no food or drink allowed except in entry area for a small gathering, or party.
Open to the Public. MUSEUM, UPSTAIRS, Specials during the Year also Displayed upstairs, Quilt Show. ARTIST displayed. The LaBelle...More
Proud of our little museum and the history here! Unique artifacts to view that have been donated by local families! But the gem is in the basement. Walk down the steps of the what used to be the town Post Office and walk into a...More
We stopped by on a Saturday afternoon and spent a couple hours here. The museum was formerly the post office and is well put together. There are a couple sections which each document significant history of the area. The only thing we might have liked...More
We enjoyed visiting this museum as we are native Texans and always like to see artifacts from the area and how it is presented. We liked the La Belle exhibit too since we had seen the construction of the ship going on in the Bob...More