When visiting Fredericksburg, TX, time travel in these museums to learn more about its rich history and early life. Have fun and enjoy your vacation.
1. National Museum of the Pacific War
Recognized as a world-class cultural institution, this museum has a lot of stories to honor the life of men and women who supported the Pacific War. See artifacts and listen to real-life stories of those who lived during those times.
*Open Wed thru Mon, 9 am to 5 pm (last ticket sold at 3:30 pm). Closed Tues. Reservations recommended.
Address: 311 E Austin St Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Phone: +1 830-997-8600
2. Texas Rangers Heritage Center
Immerse in travel exhibits, see ranger artifacts, and witness one-of-a-kind events and opportunities about the past lives of Texas Rangers. See the Campanile Bell Tower, amphitheater, Texas Ranger Ring of Honor, courtyard, and a lot more.
*Open Thursday – Monday 9 AM – 5 PM.
Address: 103 Industrial Loop, Ste 700 Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Phone: +1 830-990-1192
LBJ Ranch District The National Park Service operates the LBJRanch and gives the public access to the ranch Texas White House, LBJ’s birthplace, Johnson family cemetery, old Junction School, LBJ’s grandparents’ home, and ranch show barn. There is a 30-minute free guided tour but it requires tickets that are given on a first come first serve basis at the Hangar Visitor Center.
Address: 199 State Park Rd 52, Stonewall, TX 78671
Phone: +1 830-868-7128
4. Pioneer Museum This 3.5 acres in Mainstreet is a combination of a museum and a historical site. Take a stroll in the buildings where they display hundreds of artifacts. See the Marktplatz, a replica of the first republic being constructed in Fredericksburg.
Address: 325 W Main St Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Phone: +1 830-990-8441
This was the first U.S. Army outpost built on the Texas frontier. See the restored original garrison building, 18000s farm sheds, and three reproduction garrison buildings.
Address: 1606 E.Main St., Fredericksburg, TX 78624
For more exciting museums and downtown Fredericksburg, Texas adventures, contact Lisa Shockley of Olde Fredericksburg Walking Tours at 830 998-6596. Have a bountiful fun visit!
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