We visited this museum many years ago and it was not something that would generate a lot of "that was really neat" comments. After our visit yesterday, I must say that we both loved it and are prepared to return to spend more time there.
The museum has been updated (since our last visit) with many more vehicles, guns, pictures, exhibits and aircraft. One can easily spend almost two hours reading the history of the Texas revolution, its part in the Confederacy and onward. The exhibits are being upgraded on a continuous basis and new additions are coming. There are quite a few flat panel displays available for viewing information, there is a small book sales/souvenir area and rest rooms are on site and clean. And there is plenty of close by parking at no cost.
If military history interests your family, do not hesitate to visit this place and take your time looking at the many relics of war on display.
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