Great museum. Very diverse, fun, took several hours to go through and well worth the fee. A must see if you are in the area.
About Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
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Had not been here in years, and was glad to return. Free parking was easy just on the side street. Not at all crowded, though I am guessing it can get crowded. Huge and varied museum with exhibits for every interest area. Enjoyed learning more...More
We went here for their open house at the beginning of December. I loved the people they had in the old pioneer town that told of the era. There was the lady saloon keeper, the one room school house with a teacher, and the old...More
We are so glad you enjoyed the annual Christmas Open House. We do it always that first weekend in December and love the Christmas joy it brings.
Spent a few hours walking through the museum's collections ... great concepts and displays ... exciting even for this 70-year-old boy!
This museum, in Canyon Texas, is a hidden gem. They have a great cross section of artifacts, from Coronado till today. The have a great art gallery, featuring a variety of styles, Native American art, Oil well and drilling, and items to make it fun...More
We are so glad you enjoyed your visit to PPHM. Please come and enjoy it again soon.
We had so many questions about the history and process of mining Oil and Gas. This museum answered them. The museum is really large, on the campus of Texas A & M University and is packed full of cool stuff from prehistoric skeletons to a...More
Thank you so very much for visiting PPHM. We are so glad you enjoyed the petroleum displays and found them interesting and informative.
As a former New Yorker, it is hard to be impressed by museums after seeing the Metropolitan and the Museum of Natural History. The PPHM was an unexpected experience that left me amazed! We arrived mid-afternoon and they had to throw us out at 5...More
A wonderful reflection of the natural, social and economic history of the Panhandle Plains. The staff are helpful, the displays are very well done and the diversity means that every visitor will find things that are of personal interest. Only difficulty is getting a car...More