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I have wanted to visit this museum for a couple years but timing was never quite right. FINALLY I was able to take my adult son, 2 yr old grandson and 12 yr old daughter on Saturday. What an incredible museum for such a small...More
As a museum for Texans, it is probably excellent. Seen through non-Texan eyes however, it lacks balance, clearly favouring the Confederate side. The direct comparison of equipment (uniform, guns, field furniture etc) on both sides is balanced, and makes it easy to see by what...More
cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 6 June 2018
So glad you were able to visit and appreciate your post. We would like to address the concerns you pointed out in your review. The movie is exactly what the title is: "Texas in the Civil War". Our geographical history places Texas in the Confederacy...More
Very fair to both sides and not political. Wonderful collections of beautiful dresses worn by women of the era and what was worn under them. And as expected uniforms, gun and beautiful swords and everyday military gear of the era.
cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 29 May 2018
Thank you for your kind review and for visiting the museum. As you stated, there are a great many quality items on exhibit for all to enjoy.
This place is awesome! there is so much to see and do here. the Museum goes on forever and ever. 4 room of excellent displays. I was amazed. This place should cost a lot more to get in, It was well worth the $6 it...More
Toured this wonderful museum on 3-9-18. Much larger than I anticipated and full of interesting items related to the Civil War, uniforms, hats, rifles, pistols, canons, swords, dioramas, pictures, as well as a superb dress collection covering the Civil War period up to the 1890’s....More
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cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018
Thank you so much for your kind review. We think we are great--but always good to know other people see the quality that is here.
So glad you enjoyed your visit and hope you will return the next time you are in the area.
This is one of the few museums in the country that is artifact rich and pasteboard light. I prefer museums that have real artifacts on display. this place has tons of them. it is well laid out and very well done. I highly recommend it
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cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2018
So glad you agree with us on our exhibits. We let the artifact drive our story and fulfill our mission. We do have a great many. Thank you for visiting and leaving a nice review.
I have visited this museum twice in the past few years. Since I enjoy reading/visiting Civil War museums, this was definitely on my to see list when moving here. It is not overly priced....well worth the money that is charged. I liked the comparison figures...More
cindy h, Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 25 April 2018
Thank you for visiting us again. Hope you saw new exhibits. Please check out our summer speaker series on our website. Three times is said to be a charm.
This stop turned out to be a highlight on a day trip between Ft Worth and Dallas. I never made Dallas as I spent most of the day at the Museum. The Museum is very laid back but in a very respectful and serene way....More
cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 25 April 2018
Thank you for spending the day with us--you will have to plan to come back and take that same journey with the Union soldiers on exhibit. It changes everything when you put a face and a name to the object.
The Texas Civil War museum on the west side of Fort Worth was a pleasant surprise. A really fine collection of artifacts, weapons, uniforms, and trinkets such as sewing kits and mess kits from both sides of the War Between The States. Most items are...More
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cindy h, General Manager at Texas Civil War Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 20 December 2017
Thank you for visiting the museum and your review. We do not embrace technology as mentioned--but we do embrace history. For our younger guests we have scavenger hunts, ABC finds, Word Searchers and Scrambles--with a nice treat given for a job well done. We hope...More
Extremely. Everythings from the parking lot, restrooms, theater, gallery exhibits and gift shop are all ground level--not even a small step. Display cases are floor to ceiling glass so everything is viewable. We have 2... More
Extremely. Everythings from the parking lot, restrooms, theater, gallery exhibits and gift shop are all ground level--not even a small step. Display cases are floor to ceiling glass so everything is viewable. We have 2 wheelchairs for guest use.