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The museum opened its doors to the public in 1979. Our stated mission is to collect, preserve, display artifacts, including documents, photographs, and other records relative to the history of Denton County and its people for public education through exhibits, research facilities and special events.

The Museum houses the collections of many pioneer families. Family photographs, clothing, Bibles, newspaper clippings and legal documents make up a major portion of the artifacts available for viewing or for research.

Open Tuesday-Saturday 10AM-5PM (Closed on major holidays)

Location: 5800 North Interstate 35, Denton Texas 76207 Telephone 940 380 0877 Fax 940-380-1699

Other History nearby:
(Carrollton) A W Perry Homestead Museum
(Dallas) Age of Steam Railroad Museum
(Dallas) American Museum of The Miniature Arts
(Bristow) Bristow Historical Museum
(Sherman) C.S. Roberts House
(Mineral Wells) Crazy Water Well

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