What a great museum that has every aspect covered to make it wonderful place to visit! The staff (a fellow tripadvisor reviewer also) was very helpful with not only the museum but also informative about the local area. The museum itself is in a historic building that seems to be perfect for the display of the quilts. The pieces are... 更多
The Texas Quilt Museum is second to none with the collection it houses. The restored building and gardens is the perfect setting to showcase antique and art quilts. Easy access for guests makes it an even more enjoyable visit.
Small town Texas. They have a gem just waiting to be discovered. This is a must visit place for any quilter. The place is not huge, but has it charms. The building was built in 1898 and was a furniture store in the early 1900's. They have retained and rehabbed the interior maintaining its authenticity.
I didn't have any idea that quilts could be so intricate. Those on display were masterpieces of the art. Educational. Courteous and knowledgeable staff. Truly enjoyable.
The Quilt Museum is a true Texas treasure. The displays are well presented and the textiles are works of art. Just next to the museum is a vintage flower garden that is a must see. The gift shop offers jewelry and quilted items from local artists for reasonable prices. The collection rotates every three months, so I look forward to... 更多
This museum has been open for a number of years and displays a different focus in their shows throughout the year. Membership is available as is their mailing list for their newsletter. Very interesting display in June on Amish quikts from Ohio. Worth the trip.
We found out about the museum when at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, last November, so on this trip to visit my friend we planned a day out to the museum. We were not disappointed, it was a lovely venue and the quilt displays were good, just enough information about each quilt, it was well lit and all quilts... 更多
We visited on a rainy day, but inside was a feast for the eyes! Three galleries of quilts from around the world and across the U.S. are housed in a wonderfully restored 19th century building just off the courthouse square. Exhibits change every three months. This day there were over 20 Amish quilts from 1890-1930 in Gallery I. Though photos... 更多
LaGrange is a charming little town about 110 miles from Houston, on the way to San Antonio. We stopped to check out the old courthouse and shops around it on the Town Square. The Quilt Museum is just off the Town Square. It's located in a repurposed old building, and it was beautifully down. There is lots of natural light... 更多