Museum of Geno-o-cide and the Environmental Holocaust <Please make appointment</i>

1531 U. S. Highway 190 East, Huntsville, TX 77340 - United States

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Free Everyday

An abandoned sawmill serves as the backdrop of this museum which exposes the destruction of our native forest ecosystems and the continuing destruction of our biosphere and mass extinctions which will ultimately virtually destroy our species in thee than 100 years.

You need to call to make an appoint to visit this museum! Call and check before downloading your ticket to this venue.

Houses with 460 examples of 19th Century hand-made Texas furniture, plus hundreds of works of art, antique quilts, as well as the Kitche Collection and the Library of Texana.

We have numerous museums. We NEVER charge admission. Small town museums of the highest quality.

We have the world's largest collections of 19th century Texas handmade furniture and Texas stoneware.

We have great collections of art and also educational opportunities for both children and adults in a collection of historic buildings from 1830, 1831, 1834 1844, 1845, 1848, 1860 (2), 1870's, 1890's etc.


There are too many displays to list in our multiple museums. Tours on September 21, 2019 and any other time can be reserved via or by calling 936-295-5767.

Our museums are open for tours 365 days a year by appointment.


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