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Comanche County Museum

​​Check out the new interactive 'EXPERIENCE'

Interactive screen available to view multimedia and highlights of our collection.

The Comanche County Historical Museum is renowned for its fascinating history and impressive collection of artifacts. With fourteen rooms dedicated to preserving and showcasing the heritage of Comanche County, visitors can delve into the intriguing past of the region.

The museum proudly exhibits items associated with notable figures such as John Wesley Hardin, a notorious outlaw, and Robert Thomas Hill, who is considered the Father of Geology in Texas. Additionally, visitors can learn about the beloved Uncle Mart Fleming and his contributions to the local community.

One of the remarkable aspects of the museum is that it offers free admission to all visitors. However, the museum relies on donations to support its operations and maintain its exhibits.

If you plan to visit the Comanche County Historical Museum, keep in mind that it operates from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Thursday through Saturday. The museum also accommodates special appointments for those who cannot visit during regular hours.

Whether you have a specific interest in the history of Comanche County or simply appreciate small town museums, the Comanche County Historical Museum is a must-see destination when visiting Central Texas.

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April 20, 2024: Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm

(Rain or Shine)

Frontier Day at the Museum

We will have returning guests:  David Woolam with his Chuckwagon, Deborah Nowlin Keith with her mules, John & Ingrid Nabers , the Spinners & Weavers,  the SCV 1904,  the local Boy Scouts, & Kevin Wilson & Cris Bloyd with other displays.
Sandwiches, snacks, and finger foods with refreshments
1905 Cadillac display
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