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This small museum chronicles the history of Bell County (TX), founded in 1850 and named for Peter Hansborough Bell, third governor of Texas. It also features special exhibits, such as a recreation of an early settler's cabin, the archeology of the area and more. Begun...More
This museum had a modern addition attached to an historic building as well as a reproduction of a log cabin. There were loads of interactive exhibits. A huge focus was on archaeology. We learned that they have evidence of people living in central Texas as...More
The Bell County Museum is a wonderful day outing for anyone interested in history, art, science or just about anything! The traveling exhibits are always outstanding and presented in a friendly and fun way.
I only agreed to go there to appease my spouse, because is a man's wife isn't happy, she will make his life crappy, while a happy wife is a happy life. The museum isn't flashy, but it is comprehensive, including excellent exhibits on area geology,...More