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This is a nice little museum focusing on local history. Native American artifacts, pioneer tools, photos and a friendly and informative docent. Open hours are limited so check ahead. Parking is no problem. Interesting house the museum is inside. The visit is free but donations...More
This small museum is filled with lots of historic items and information. Many movies have been filmed in the area. We learned about the military post and saw many personal items from Marfa’s rsidents. I liked a beautiful handmade Texas flag quilt.
Tiny little museum containing some interesting artifacts from Marfa history. Various items owned by Marfa residents. It's small, but if you're walking by, it's an interesting break from art/food/drinks.
Unassuming outdoor appearance but features well put together, immaculate rooms that offer a look into Marfa's past and the accoutrements of everyday life of residents. It is full of wonderful objects with neat stories behind them. We spent an hour and a half reading information...More
Spent a delightful hour or so touring this history-packed museum. Learned tons about the area and its fascinating past. The attendant shared interesting Marfa facts. A "must-do" for anyone visiting Marfa.
It is a great little museum and can be view in an hour or a little more. It covers a wide range of interest. The lady who was tending the museum said we were the first people to go through the museum in 2017 since...More
It is evident that the individuals who put this museum together were proud of their community. Different rooms are dedicated to various aspects of community life, and each is packed with items donated by members of the Marfa community.
It would be easy to spend...More
Entering this museum, located at the very center of Marfa, is like entering into your grandparents attic. There are pieces of the past all over this old house, which is now a monument to the past of Marfa. The Black and White Photographs document the...More