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  • rmatte007
    Houston, TX10 contributions
    Great family run cheese farm and business! Our Dune Buggy Club made this a stop on our cruise and were amazed by the great Texas cheeses made here and the hospitality of the owners and staff. They gave us free samples and we bought plenty to take home with us. I would definitely recommend this as a must stop if you are in the area.
    Written June 1, 2021
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  • J David H
    Colorado17 contributions
    Small town. Small museum. Big experience. Let the hostess tell you all she knows about "Mr. Hogan."
    Well worth the stop. And, dine at Granny Clark's. Great home-cooked food at great prices.
    Written October 18, 2019
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  • OldAggie78
    Dublin, TX8 contributions
    This is a great little museum. For a small town it has a lot to offer. the town Of Dublin has a rich heritage and the Historical museum helps tell the story.
    Written April 11, 2017
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  • Marie M
    Harker Heights, TX202 contributions
    Wanted to see some history and found it. Quaint and quiet located just a street away from shops and food. Interesting and informative.
    Written March 8, 2020
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  • Sophie B
    3 contributions
    I loved the staff. The service was exceptional. The atmosphere was very welcoming and family friendly. I would recommend to anyone. The wine is amazing as well! Excellent all around!
    Written May 2, 2021
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  • William H
    2 contributions
    This small gem of a museum is located in Central Texas between Stephenville and Comanche, about 100 miles SW of the Dallas-Fort Metroplex. Carolyn, the warm and knowledgeable curator, walked my wife and I through the wonderful collection of memorabilia from the Golden Age of Rodeo ( my term ) from the 1930's through recent times. Local rodeo rancher Everett Colborn provided stock for rodeos all over the country included the big event at Madison Square Garden. He partnered up with Gene Autry's "Flying A Stampede " to create a company of over 1000 head of livestock. Posters, historic photos, well-made videos and exhibits give you an insight into that world. Carolyn brought it all to life. The museum is soon to be featured on a cowboy TV channel.It is a unique museum well worth the time for those interested in Texas and it's rodeo history.Yee Haw!!
    Written September 28, 2019
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  • Robert M
    Aubrey, TX314 contributions
    Disappointing that there wasn’t a tour of the bottling operation but if you’ve seen one bottler you’ve seen em all, right?

    Seriously, no tour but you can still see inside the plant from the outside. There’s a small gift shop with shirts (lots of cool designs), hats, magnets and signage available. You can also buy a case of 24 bottles ($25 if the same flavor) or $30 for an assorted case of flavors.

    Although they don’t make their famous “Dublin Dr. Pepper” I did get my favorite grape drink.
    Written March 14, 2021
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  • Haley
    Whitney, TX55 contributions
    A truly unique store in Texas, I have been twice and will be back again someday! I enjoy trying the foods, reading the books and learning about history from here!
    Written November 29, 2020
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  • Juanito_Hayburg
    El Paso, TX3,198 contributions
    My (domestic) biketour to South County St. LouisMO/BrooklynNY/East Coast was abruptly halted close to marker 390, I-20 Eastbound when the rear eWheel of my eBikeKit-assisted CruzBike suffered rim strip separation/blowout after 582miles/931kms. Two days later, I was operating a 10-foot U-Haul truck returning to my home in El PasoTX, and my circuitous route took me close to Dublin when the National Public Health Museum sign piqued my attention.
    I HAD to investigate!
    After finding a safe parking spot for my rental, I entered this renovated space and met homeschooled , brother of the founder.
    My early intrigue blossomed into a full-blown/in-depth inspection of both the extensive time scale and almost-too crowded exhibits. Like nearly every museum I’ve had the pleasure of viewing, the densely packed information is very nearly overwhelming, almost leaving me with a brain-ache from the information overload. And my 2-hour visit touched upon every segment, with my departure dictated only by the need to keep motoring West. Next time, I’ll overnight here/scheduling in more time for this elaborate museum; it certainly has my coveted “iWheel of Approval!”
    Written July 23, 2021
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