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I was fortunate enough to get a picture with Jack when he was still alive, and now our daughter's had a chance to go with us. The museum is open weekends, and curated by Jack's widow these days. Unfortunately, the Remington building is no longer...More
We were looking for a side trip with friends and their kids to learn about Texas history in a fun manner. Finding a number to call for information was not easy! We ended up calling the "hotel" next to the Pioneer Town. They said that...More
We found out right before we went in the museum that Jack Glover had passed away 2 weeks before our visit. From the reviews I had read, he was the reason why this was a popular place to visit. He made the history and artifacts...More
It is with very sad heart that I update my previous review. We were on one of our regular visits to Wimberley in September. We were amazed at the devastation in the Wimberley area. We all heard about the terrible flood that happened over the...More
We enjoyed the Cowboy Museum. Unfortunately, Jack Glover passed away on August 25, 2015 just a week prior to our visit. RIP Jack. His obituary included a lot of information about the man and the history of how he gathered the many items on display...More