This museum is quaint,and probably a matter of your interest would make it more injoyable. It is a great place to give your kids history lessons about cotton, civil war, economy, Texas history, military weaponry, textiles and more. It is not real big so small children would not tire and the cost is just a donation. Can anyone say field... 更多
This tiny museum has loads of information about the early days of Texas and Ellis County. Lots of details about Quannah Parker. We enjoyed this little gem a LOT.
The museum is very small but has some interesting exhibits about the town and how it grew during the cotton boom. Great that the museum is free to enter. There were some good books to purchase there too although the postcards were rather old fashioned.
Reviwed by my wife: The contents of this museum are stunning. The ladies' outfits took her breath away because of how detailed the work was on each ensemble; then to think the women had to wear all that clothing...in the Texas heat. Plenty of equipment for the gents to view, too.
A very nice place to wile away an hour. It's right on the town square in a lovely historic building surrounded by lovely restaurants, shops and the typically-beautiful courthouse (doesn't every Texas town have a beautiful courthouse?) Learn about the history of the area, see some interesting displays (one that shows different turn of the century collars from a department... 更多
This is a great starting point for any walking tour of historic downtown Waxahachie. A lot of informational material and maps are available inside. Also, the displays are great. Definitely spend some time looking around. I particularly liked the Civil War and WW2 items.