The museum is currently available for special requests or events and will be open to the public in the Spring of 2015.
A 501(c)(3) Texas nonprofit corporation organized to research and display artifacts and replicas depicting the history of the canyons and land surrounding them located in Briscoe, Floyd, Hall, Motley and Swisher Counties prior to the 20th Century.
A primary objective of this effort is to educate the young people raised in this area about the richness of its past. Hopefully they will become good stewards, recognizing the necessity for preserving and promoting the beauty and natural resources unique to this area. That is what attracted the occupation of this particular place, beginning with prehistoric animals and culminating with the occupation by sheep and cattle raisers in the late 19th century.
Solicitation of contributions for repurposing the building donated to the museum, including display cases and ongoing operational costs, has begun and will be actively pursued to ensure its future effectiveness.
Artifact contributions will be accepted after screening by a committee appointed by the board of directors.
For additional information about the museum please use our Contact Form.