History Comes To Life At the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County
Offering visitors a glimpse into the history and the people, places and events that have shaped Montgomery County, the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County educates visitors of all ages with collections of art, memorabilia, antiques, and artifacts. Five distinctive galleries invite visitors to explore themes like Texas flag history, pioneer life, technology and innovation, and black history while following a timeline of the region's evolution, from prehistory through the modern era. Explore rooms featuring the work of of local artists, discover a hands-on children's play space and wander through the outdoor collection of historic buildings. After your visit, stop by the gift shop to find a unique selection of souvenirs and gifts.
Suggested donation for entry is $1 for adults; $.50 for children. Donations can be made in any denomination.
Open from 9-4pm, Wednesday through Saturday. Closed Sunday through Tuesday and on all major holidays.
Pegasus Horse Event
Hands-On Children's Room
What kind of exhibits do they feature?
The museum is home to five different exhibits, all highlighting the culture, history and heritage of Montgomery County. You'll see interesting exhibits featuring many unique items, including paintings, drawing and sculpture from renowned Texas artist, Mark Clapham, an antique lighted flying Pegasus, the refurbished Strake-Gray Oilfield House, and a replica of the office of Dr. Charles B. Stewart, the first Secretary of State to the Republic of Texas.
What activities do they have in the Children room at the museum?
Kids of all ages can have fun learning about history through a variety of hands-on activities and exhibits in the children's room. Explore the authentic log cabin and discover what life was like for the pioneers. Dress up in period clothing, then visit the general store for a chance to shop for goods or run the antique cash register.