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Did NOT feel welcome, as soon as you walk in you have to leave your purse and cell phone with them. I had a small crossbody not a big bag. Have been to many museums never heard of the this. Was disappointed in the museum...More
This is a true hidden gem. If you are interested in 'the old west' this is the place for you. I never knew there were that many different types of spurs or saddles or rifles/hand guns from the 1800s. Well laid out exhibits. Excellent use...More
This is a really cool museum that we stumbled on unexpectedly. There is some really neat Texas history here. My kids especially enjoyed learning that it used to be an orphanage and seeing some of the artifacts from that time period. Definitely do not miss...More
Great museum on Texas, Southwest and Western history. Wonderful artifacts and descriptions. The restored building, which was an orphanage during the great 1900 hurricane, is just beautiful and worth the admission to see. Highly recommend to anyone interested in history.
“Amazing” is overused but for me this museum truly was. Where did they get all this stuff? It’s an inspiring look at the history of Texas and the old West, housed in a beautiful historic building. To those of you who put this together, well...More
This is located in the former children’s home that was severely damaged in 1900 and rebuilt and reinforced since. The exhibits were well thought out and gave depth to the Spanish influence on the region, as well as showcasing Texas artists, ranch life, and Anglo...More
This place was amazing. The information given by the guides where fantastic.
The artwork was out of this world. And my husdand loved all the guns.
This place is doing it the right way. Teaching about history.
And a beautiful building
.i would have been...More
Went for an afternoon and really enjoyed all aspects of the Bryan Museum. The building excellent to house the Texas history artifacts and displays are very well done. Volunteers are on hand at all times and helpful. The gift shop is worth a visit with...More
gorgeous renovation of the orphanage dedicated by rosenberg prior to the 1900 storm. watch short film by founder of the museum before stepping into the different displays set up throughout the building. there is a lot to see and read about exploration of texas and...More
Located in what was the old Galveston Orphanage, the building has been lovingly and beautifully restored. A wide stairway Leads up to an expansive porch area and then enter into a large foyer (there is also an elevator). From there the museum is divided into...More