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Very unique museum

Found this place online, the man who toured us around was very informative. There is a little bit... read more

Reviewed September 8, 2018
Cameron, Texas
Don’t miss this place

My brother and I visited this museum while on the same day we visited the Shiner Brewery. This... read more

Reviewed September 24, 2017
Jim S
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Sep 8, 2018
“Very unique museum”
Sep 24, 2017
“Don’t miss this place ”
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306 S Avenue I, Shiner, TX 77984-5517
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Reviewed September 8, 2018

Found this place online, the man who toured us around was very informative. There is a little bit of everything about this area in this house. It was really unbelievable. Loved it

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Reviewed September 24, 2017 via mobile

My brother and I visited this museum while on the same day we visited the Shiner Brewery. This museum is in and old 2 story house with a few buildings in the rear. A totally unbelievable collection of everything imaginable. The tour guide is a...More

3  Thank Jim S
Reviewed July 10, 2017

Very friendly and helpful curator. Lots of local history to see and learn about. A great variety of artifacts and even old homestead to walk through. Highly recommend this for families with kids willing to learn about their culture and the beginnings of Texas.

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Reviewed October 19, 2016 via mobile

I took a group of Senior Citizens. This was the first stop. I was not expecting all the interesting things we saw there. This is not to be missed. There us so much that one is overwhelmed. We spent an hour and needed to go...More

Thank MESantos
Reviewed September 10, 2016

The Edwin Wolters Memorial Museum in Shiner, TX is a great find. When my husband and I walked into the main museum, we were greeted by the long-time curator. He led us through the different rooms and explained the various collections. Although the amount of...More

1  Thank SerendipityTX
Reviewed January 20, 2016

This was an awesome experience. Such Treasures in a small Town... This is a "Norman Rockwell" community and what history is in this building. Artifacts and Historical items at ever turn.

Thank Frankie B
Reviewed August 4, 2015 via mobile

Two adults and four kids, my best friend and I spent over an hour touring the museum. The tour guide was very patient, answered everyone's questions and was very knowledgeable. It's a charming area museum, and there's a lot to learn about the history of...More

Thank Christi M
Reviewed December 6, 2014

The building is a lot bigger than you expect. The tour guide. I can't remember his name , but he has been there 22 years is wonderful. The tour takes about an hour and well worth it. The artifacts they have are amazing. Dating back...More

5  Thank TexaxGranny
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November 7, 2016|
Response from MESantos | Reviewed this property |
It's open Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm and every second and fourth Sunday, from 2:00 to 5:00pm. It's free to visit but a donation is suggested. I took a group of Senior citizens and we contributed 2.00 per person. More