“Take a Ride Back in Time…To 1866.”
We are excited to announce that The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum is featured in an excellent article by Gene Fowler in the December issue of Texas Highways Magazine: The Official Travel Magazine of Texas, published monthly by the Texas Department of Transportation. You can view the online version of the article on the Texas Highways website using this link, and we also have a limited number of complimentary copies of the issue available to our patrons in the Gift Shop.
Join us at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum to explore the true stories of the Longhorn, the great cattle drives, and the American cowboy! Designed by Texas architect James Wahrenberger (1855 – 1929) and built in 1903, the former Knights of Pythias Hall in Cuero, Texas, is now home to the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum. Already a beacon of cultural renaissance in this proud South Central Texas town, the Museum will become a heritage center, preserving and celebrating the rural ranching tradition that is our shared birthright as Texans.