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Jack Glover's Cowboy Museum

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Jack Glover's Cowboy Museum

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Charla J wrote a review Jul 2020
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This was closed due to COVID 19 but we walked around and looked in the windows. We hope to return when they are open.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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tohunt wrote a review Jul 2019
Wimberley, Texas19 contributions5 helpful votes
Wonderful place to take kids ( and us ole folks) good old fashion fun! Vintage video games. A walk around the museum gives a welcome glimpse into the way things were done back in the old days. My grands from 8-18 found it fascinating. And when your done a dip in the blanco river a great way to cool off!😎
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Date of experience: June 2019
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tobyl17 wrote a review Jul 2017
Denton, Texas31 contributions7 helpful votes
Step back in time in Jack Glovers Cowboy Museum. A must stop in Frontier Town at the 7A resort. Jack is a great man with a lot of history. Stop by and have a little talk with Jack.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Heechee wrote a review Apr 2017
Calallen, Texas8 contributions2 helpful votes
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 accessible (family only since Jack's passing), but I'll k eep bringing our kiddo as long as the town's open :)
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Date of experience: April 2017
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1234texas wrote a review Aug 2016
Dripping Springs, Texas1,602 contributions2,229 helpful votes
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 the town and museum were open. When we arrived, the only thing open was the game room/ice cream parlor. The museum had a sign that the owner (only employee?) was out for surgery. Why the hotel did not know that is a big question. The Pioneer Town is not a great place to visit. The place is an assemblage of buildings designed to "look" old/historic. They have not done well in the effort. The only two buildings of any interest are the bottle house and the cabin. The bottle house is exactly that--made with mortar and bottles. It is interesting. The cabin is also a nice structure, but nothing out of the ordinary. The kids enjoyed seeing the "town" and that was all that was really important! This will not be on our list of "things to do in Wimberly!" Wimberly is a great little historic town with some good places to eat. Some shopping and Lions Day on the first Saturday of each month. There is not a lot to do, but it is a decent side trip that our friends enjoyed.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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