Very interesting Victoria and Texas history. Small museum but has alot of things to see. Good for families.
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Catching up on my (Yankee) history of Texas. Replicas of the French ship that sank "the Belle' cannons from the excavation of the site. I wish there was seats to sit when you were listening to the history. Visitors can use an atalatal Not as easy as it looks to kill dnosaurz.
What an amazing place. Lots of history in one place. A great find, from flint points, pottery shards, to French cannons and ship wrecks. Glad we stopped in. Great gift store too..
Super interesting topics with very informative speakers. Great series! They are so creative in their offerings--always something new at this museum.
You can learn so much about the areas history by walking through sections of the different time frames. They also have a great exhibit of birds from the area.
I very much enjoyed the museum from start to finish. The displays were all well-marked and explanations were written in a style that would educate school children but was not boring to adults. The museum is bring and airy; the displays are well presented. On Tuesdays and Thursdays there are volunteers helping with archaeological tasks such as sifting through gravel... More
This is a great local museum with an emphasis on the native and colonial history of the area. The highlight of the museum are the cannon from LaSalle's fort as well as many items from both the French and Spanish colonial area. There are also many native American artifacts. There is a small giftshop with local books available. Admission is... More
Small museum on the Victoria College campus (used to be the college library). Donation suggested. (We paid $5 each). Displays and artifacts showing the discovery and development of the area. Mentions the Belle, a shipwreck recently discovered nearby.
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