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, this small building is full of information and
love for the history of Bosque County. The docents are friendly and knowledgeable, there is ample parking, there is rarely any traffic in town. We should probably keep this
museum a secret!
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