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If you like old country music and/or blues, you must get the volunteer guide to share with you her personal experiences with these artists! You can take pictures and use your cell phones to connect to the music. My adult children weren’t as interested as...More
Professor Shorkey shows off his life passion, with dozens of pictures and descriptions of Austin and Texas-based musicians. I was there at a time when he showed me around personally. It’s a small place, with poster board presentations of famous musicians and two rotating exhibits...More
My friend and I happened to drive by this Museum on a trip to Austin and decided to pop in. The entrance is weird, yes, it is just those double doors in the photo off the parking lot. They were actually closed due to switching...More
The museum has some memorabilia, but most of the display are printed with an accompanying album cover, show poster, and photos.
Since the space is so limited, the exhibits rotate. As of September, 2017, the rotating exhibit is Texas Rock and Roll musicians. Other times...More
The museum is mostly written material on the walls. Very informative if looking for a rainy day project to learn about the artists. There are a few small displays and organs/pianos also. No admission cost and I parked on the street behind the building for...More
The Texas Music Museum has a number of displays on musicians from Texas. While interesting, it needs work, something an infusion of cash and an expanded vision could help solve. Persons interested in the arts of Texas would do well to become familiar with this...More