A view of a valley in the Texas Hill Country from the top of our Fossil Ridge Hill.
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PROTECTING
OUR
HISTORY

For the last 20 years, the museum has been trying to protect and preserve over 200 dinosaur footprints and 28 separate trackways. Made approximately 110 million years ago, the footprints and trackways are part of the early Cretaceous period in the upper Glen Rose Formation. 

 

The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country is a multi-acre layout, with trackways, hiking trails, Cretaceous fossil digs, and more! We are located midway between Startzville and Sattler on FM 2673.  

Even though Texas may not require masks, our dinosaurs do! We will still require masks and social di

Our Mask Policy

We strongly encourage masks and social distancing in our museum. 

Thank you!

Dinosaur with handsanitizer and face mask

200+

Dinosaur Footprints

28

Separate Trackways

110+

Million Years Ago

3+

Gardens & Trails to Walk, Hike, and Discover

What Makes Us Different?

We offer a very educational docent-guided tour of our dinosaur trackways. Guests will learn about the dinosaurs and history of the trackways, the Texas Hill Country, fossils, and more! Also, we have an extensive Cretaceous fossil collection and Native American artifacts that make our museum unique and exciting to visit!

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Fall Educational Programs are here!

This Fall, we are offering Educational Programs for individuals or groups upon request. We also have our educational programs this fall on the third Saturday from October 2021- February 2022. 

Acrocanthosaurus Dinosaur Footprint Near

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are always in need of volunteers and docents to give tours, maintain the grounds, and help with events. If you would like to donate your time, volunteer today!

All the Latest Updates & News

Keep up on our latest improvements, updates, and additions to our museum!

Get to Know Us

Our board members, staff, docents, and volunteers are dedicated to the museums' mission and purpose.

Tiny T-Rex hiding in our Magnolia Tree in our Cretaceous Garden.