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Bosque Museum

301 S Avenue Q, Clifton, TX 76634-1824
+1 254-675-3845
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Great history

Such a wonderful historic place!!!! I recommend the whole family going there! So much you can... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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There are no folks older than Native Americans

Enjoyed it, but the burial site nearby has really put this place on the map; in the eyes of the... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2017
Mark S
Houston, Texas
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301 S Avenue Q, Clifton, TX 76634-1824
+1 254-675-3845
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such a wonderful historic place!!!! I recommend the whole family going there! So much you can learn! So much history in every item you see!

Thank juliett33
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed it, but the burial site nearby has really put this place on the map; in the eyes of the museum, anyway. Repeatedly got this cockamamie story about how the bones unearthed were from people before the Native Americans. Sorry, but there were no people...More

1  Thank Mark S
Reviewed 8 August 2017

The oldest human remains in North America are where? In this museum in Clifton, TX. Very well done museum with an enormous firearms exhibit as well as a great look at the Norwegian heritage of the area

Thank smacfe
Reviewed 2 July 2017

We have been wanting to go here for some time. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. We enjoyed the exhibits and thought is was great for a town the size of Clifton to have this little jewel.

1  Thank crawfordfoodie
Reviewed 5 June 2017

When I travel I enjoy visiting local, small town museums to learn about the history and culture of the area. This one is one of the best. The first section of the museum centers on the Horn Shelter Site which documents people were living in...More

Thank Joan W
Reviewed 11 April 2017

This museum offers more information, beauty, history, and collectors' items per square foot than any museum I've visited. Starting with a replica of a world class archeological excavation found nearby, through arrowheads, tools, weapons, textiles, a settler's log cabin, library, and local art and photography,...More

1  Thank Abigail R
Reviewed 18 January 2017

A great museum with lots of local Norwegian and German treasures. Also, so many cool arrowheads and fossils. A must see if you are in Clifton or traveling through.

Thank dlb772016
Reviewed 2 November 2016

This is a beautiful museum with volunteers and workers who quite evidently enjoy their job. It just underwent some renovations and it's quite interesting. Many, many items to look at. You will not be disappointed.

Thank jshstick
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

This is a nice little museum. We got a full tour of the place by a nice gentleman working here. Worth a visit if you're in this area.

Thank Birgitte O
Reviewed 23 March 2016

We had so much fun exploring the museum. The staff were very friendly and allowed us to explore at our leisure.

Thank RetiredTravelBuff
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Mary O
20 February 2016|
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Response from texasrepublichistory | Reviewed this property |
Bosque is pronounced "boss-kee" or "Bah-skee" and is a Spanish word meaning woods or wooded. The Bosque River was named by early Spanish explorers and the county was probably named after the river.