Frontier Times Museum
510 13th Street, Bandera, TX 78003 - United States
Opened in 1933, the Frontier Times Museum is one of the oldest public history museums in Texas. Established by amateur historian and writer, J. Marvin Hunter, the Frontier Times Museum is home to a wonderful and eclectic collection. Displayed in true cabinets of curiosity, the museum has been voted as a true roadside attraction. Located in Bandera, Texas, the Cowboy Capital of the World, the museum also honors local cowboys and rodeo stars with an extensive collection of western artifacts and a western art collection of paintings and sculptures.
To honor the cowboys and cowgirls of Texas, the museum will provide all children with a special Cowboy and Cowgirl Scavenger Hunt. Be able to find all the cowboy and cowgirl treasures on display in the museum and win a prize!
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