The museum is open Wednesday through Saturdays from 10AM-4PM.
"Anyone can shoot a deer, but it takes a man to shoot a varmit." Ben Lilly, Bear and Lion Hunter circa 1900.
Antique guns from southeast Texas for hunters and lawmen.
Ice Plant Exhibit
A room in the Ice House Museum, stripped to original features, explains the manufacture of ice in this building 95 years ago.
Spellbound by The Big Thicket
Award-winning local photographer Michelle Esclovan brings the Big Thicket to life in breath-taking photography.
John Henry Kirby was born in this beautiful and historic corner of SE Texas.
Out of the Shadows
Original tintype photography from 1875-1900 of people from Southeast Texas are exhibited next to a life-size, Photoshopped enlargement which brings the faded images to life and "out of the shadows."
Programming made possible with funding from Humanities Texas and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as a part of the Federal ARP Act.
This project is funded in part by the B. A. & E.W. Steinhagen Benevolent Trust through the Southeast Texas Arts Council