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Area Museum Tours Kick-Off April 8th
Wednesday, April 7, 2010 • Posted April 7, 2010

County museums in the area have teamed together to open their doors to a museum tour touting the history of our area. This tour provides a unique opportunity for area residents and visitors alike to learn about the area we call home and how we came to be what we are.

The tour will run from April 8 through May 20 and will include museums in Mason, Junction, Menard, Ft McKavett, Eden, Brady, San Saba, and Llano according to the schedule below.

Travel to and between museums and all meals will be on your own. Museums can provide guidance on local eating establishments. Carpooling is encouraged. Admittance to the museums will be by donation only with the exception of Ft McKavett, where a guided tour will be provided. At Ft McKavett, the charge will be $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for children.

Our thanks and appreciation goes out to the various museums, County Historical Societies and County Historical Commissions for their participation and coordination of this tour. We hope our area residents and visitors catch the excitement and enthusiasm that has been building as this effort has come together. We encourage your participation.

Museum Tour Schedule:

Thursday, April 8, 2010


9:00 AM Mason Square Museum (North side of Courthouse Square)

10:00 AM Mason County Museum (Post Hill Street – South of Courthouse Square)

11:00 AM Fort Mason (Post Hill Street)

Lunch on Your Own


2:00 PM Kimble County Historical Museum (101 W. 1

4:00 PM O.C. Fisher Museum (Kimble County Library, 208 N 10

Thursday, April 22, 2010


10:00 AM Menardville Museum (Old Santa Fe RR Depot)

Presidio Tour (Old Eldorado Highway)

Lunch on Your Own

2:00 PM Ft McKavett (Guided Tour)

Friday, May 7, 2010


10:00 AM Don Freeman Memorial Museum (Paint Rock St on Square)

Lunch on Your Own


2:00 PM McCulloch County Historical Museum (Old Jail)

Thursday, May 20, 2010

San Saba

10:00 AM San Saba County Museum

Lunch on Your Own


2:00 PM Llano County Museum (310 Bessemer St – off Hwy 29)

A special thanks to Charles Plueneke for his efforts in coordinating this effort on behalf of the Mason County Historical Society.

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