This is basically a firearm museum. Not being from Texas, I walked in expecting to get a new appreciation and understating of who the Rangers are and what they do currently. Alas, this was not really the focus of the museum. I guess I was looking for the condensed history version to give me a baseline before I saw the displays. It’s mostly guns and artifacts from individual rangers with no context. There are a LOT of words to read in the displays if you are so inclined but it was not my cup of tea. Could definitely use an update and is in no way a state of the art type facility, not that it claims to be. It just feels outdated with the type of exhibits and the older film which is oddly in the back of the room and timeline. Allow a couple hours to visit if you intend to watch the movie.
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