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my kids and I stayed at the 7A ranch for years and we never got tired of going into the museum. I love to see pioneer town at night also......you have to do both!
We found out right before we went in the museum that Jack Glover had passed away 2 weeks before our visit. From the reviews I had read, he was the reason why this was a popular place to visit. He made the history and artifacts come alive. There was only a lady sitting behind the counter and we looked at... 更多
It is with very sad heart that I update my previous review. We were on one of our regular visits to Wimberley in September. We were amazed at the devastation in the Wimberley area. We all heard about the terrible flood that happened over the Memorial holiday weekend, but until you actually see the devastation, you have no idea of... 更多
We enjoyed the Cowboy Museum. Unfortunately, Jack Glover passed away on August 25, 2015 just a week prior to our visit. RIP Jack. His obituary included a lot of information about the man and the history of how he gathered the many items on display in his Cowboy Museum. I tried to post it but Trip Advisor wouldn't allow.
We met Jack Glover and was amazed by his museum. Lots of stuff to look at, and some of the things were well over one hundred years old. Jack was great to talk to, that man has lived a real good life!
Mr. Jack Glover is so interesting and has lots of stories to tell! This place is worth finding and visiting for awhile. He even let my dog come in with me!
WE really enjoyed talking to him. The man is full of knowledge and history! What an asset to Texas! There are a lot of things to look at in his museum. His wife is really nice too and if you can, get up on that Jackalope! It is funny. But seriously, talking to Jack Nelsen Glover was better than any... 更多
We were the only ones there early one morning and so were free to walk and see the old building as we pleased. The old log cabin that was once in Comal County and moved was nice. Compared to the cabin at LBJ park.