The New Bastrop
County Historical Society Museum
The Bastrop County Museum was established in 1952. It was housed in the John Cornelson House built about 1850 until it moved to its new home in the completely renovated former Bastrop City Hall at 904 Main Street in 2013. The Society began the collection and preservation of materials, artifacts, and documents relating to the history of the Little Colony of Stephen F. Austin, Bastrop County and the town of Bastrop. Gathered are many artifacts and records recalling pioneer days in Texas when Bastrop (Mina) was a western frontier colony on the Old San Antonio Road, El Camino Real. See and learn the history of our community in our new Museum! The upper level houses the Visitor Center and Main Exhibits and the lower level includes the offices, Geneology and Research Room, and a few additional exhibits.
Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10 am-5 pm and Sunday 1 pm-4 pm
Visitor Center: 512-303-0904
Make sure to visit the new outstanding Museum exhibits and Visitor Center. For complete information, visit the official website at: www.bastropcountyhistoricalsociety.com
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