The dinosaurs that walked along algae-covered mud flats left deep footprints . Those tracks were subsequently filled in and covered by sediments, thousands of feet thick. Mineral-rich water seeping into the mud, along with heat and pressure of the overburden gradually turned them to stone. See our dinosaur tracks. Native American Indian Exhibits Discover what the Native American Indians left behind for our present day museum visitors to see, as those ancients migrated through our area from thousands of years ago up through the 18th Century.
Antique & Vintage Showcase
Our one-of-a-kind antique and vintage museum collection will take you on a journey from the 19th century to the 1950's showcasing old-fashioned, conversation pieces donated to the museum by those who grew up in the Texas Hill Country.
Around one hundred million years ago, the Central Texas area was a shallow sea with an abundance of sea and animal life and thus many fossils from this time period found locally are on display.
Old Time Farm Equipment
Come see our extensive outdoor display of historical farming accessories used in the Texas Hill Country area from the time of the first pioneer planters.
Also see the Canyon Lake Dam Construction exhibit, the Cretaceous and Heritage Gardens, and the Nature Trail, displaying local native plants!