Very easy to find from I-35. Well appointed and lit displays. great historical background. I was particularly impressed with the movie/narration and the museum's willingness to show the good with the "not-so-good". I would recommend this exhibit to anyone with children. Oh yeah--there are plenty of guns on display inluding some "touchables". A totally enjoyable experience and well worth the... 更多
My husband and I loved visiting this museum. It was a wealth of information about our history. I really enjoyed learning about the Texas Rangers and what all they accomplished.
Interesting stop. Lots of firearms. Good to know these individuals are remembered for their sacrifices. Glad I stopped in. Riverwalk nearby to walk along the river.
This museum is a great snapshot of Texas history. Lots of reading and cased firearms, so if you aren't into that maybe not your thing. But as a fan of the Lone Ranger it was a great place to see the "real story" of the Texas Rangers.
We were surprised at such a large museum. There was alot to see. We didn't not stay for the film because the temperature was warm inside. It was not too crowded as we went early, but was getting more crowded just after noon.
I took a friend visiting from Canada to the Ranger Museum several months ago and she was astounded as to the exhibits. I was also impressed by the big change they had made and was told of the new exhibits that were coming. It was amazing to see all the things and also to see some of my grandfather's possession... 更多
We came by on a cold day. It was a nice break from shopping and getting to see the history. You could tell they are in the process of changing some exhibits but overall they were informative. I wish there was a way to see what all Texas rangers did and also get more on the first woman ranger.
This site is full of the history (and LOTS of historical uniforms, saddles, guns and more) of the Texas Rangers. They are a unique bunch.