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This museum is a recovered train depot, which in great part, is the labor of love of local residents and volunteers. It provides a pleasant walk-through of local history with some really nice artifacts from the Caddo Indians, antique farm implements, obscure and obsolete tools,...More
We have seen enough "heritage museums" and unless there is an item of interest, we pass them by. This museum houses the Ezekiel Airship. You have to go in at the museum entrance. The lady looked "put out" when we opened the door. I said...More
Found this museum to be friendly, interesting and informative. I thoroughly enjoy museums and place this one high on my list. There was a guide who helped us through the exhibits who provided information and answered questions. Very friendly.
The Ezekiel Airship is a must see at this little museum showcasing early life in East Texas. Who would know this beautiful creation could fly?! Also don't miss the farmstead museum when visiting Pittsburg. We always send our guests for a fun outing.
Living in NC, I am always correcting people when they say the Wright brothers were the first in flight. As we say in Texas "hawl no" they were not. Visit this quaint museum for not only an education on the Ezekiel Airship, but on all...More
On a hastily planned weekend trip from Dallas to stay at the nearby Lavender Mermaid B& B in the country, we saw the sign for this museum in Pittsburg. Wow! If you love history and trains and local color and trains, this place is fab!...More
What a great little museum to visit. A very sweet lady gave us a guided tour and then let us look around on our own. It isn't very big, but they have a lot of interesting Texas artifacts and The Ezekiel Airship is very cool....More