Livestock Exchange Building

Livestock Exchange Building

Livestock Exchange Building
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Bhaskar_10
New Delhi, India3,131 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Friends
Visited on 11th July 2023

The longhorn walk take place at 11.30am everyday thus have to reach the place accordingly to get parking.

The walk is very natural and the host of teh event gives away loads of information which is very interesting. Family with young children and senior citizens will find this attraction worth it.

the livestock building now boasts a museum with well kept use items of teh period and is a very interesting piece of history for all. Visit to this museum is ket at USD 2.00/- per persona nd is absolutely worh it.

The place also allows visitors to walk into the live stock barns and see teh longhorns grazing and resting.

Also there is a train ride during the weekends. Restaurants and souvenior shops with cattle skins, horns and products made of teh wilderness on display and sale. Prices are very reasonable.

Must visit while in Texas.
Written 9 September 2023
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Michele S
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
Beautiful architecture built in the 1800's that still functions today.
A great place to visit to see how the past connects to the present.
Written 13 June 2023
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Mitch F
Los Angeles, CA116 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021
Just the history and all that is in this building and around the Livestock Exchange is a must visit place
Written 21 May 2021
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Henry82
Castle Rock, WA56 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020
So, it was my first trip to the Stockyard area and I was very impressed. I had no idea what to expect, but there is so much History here. The museum was amazing, the staff is so friendly and knowledgable. I wish I had more time to spend in this area. I will be back.
Written 12 September 2020
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caboose
46 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
From the unique architecture to the sounds of yesterday, I wondered what it was truly like to live in the western cowboy and cowgirl days of the pioneers. Those were some tough people. Thanks for the memories.
Written 5 March 2020
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EFW2014
Woolwich, ME1,448 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
Museum is inside. Lots of working offices, we could hear cattle auctions going on from behind closed doors. The bathrooms are clean, there’s a couple vending machines with food and drink.

Outside there are benches and a few Adirondack chairs for resting and people watching. We sat for 45 minutes waiting for the cattle herding to begin. Shaded and ceiling fans, for those wicked hot Texas days!
Written 24 January 2020
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danamc01
Branchville, SC688 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
An impressive building in the stockyards area. There is a small museum and other businesses inside. There were vendors and games set up on the lawn.
Written 19 October 2019
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JulfromOH
Muncie, IN111 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
We walked through here to go to the Stockyard Museum. It's a beautiful building that still houses offices for various businesses. When we were there, there was a cattle auction going on that was being taped for RFDTV. We were able to go in and watch part of it, which was pretty neat. If you walk out of the back door of the building, you can see the longhorns in their pens. There's also an observation deck you can walk up to get a good view of them.
Written 16 October 2019
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Zena
Sligo, Ireland606 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Couples
This is a building where cattle and other livestock sales are still carried out but today it is all done on video screens in small offices . Nice building to pop into to escape from the heat .
Lots of info on posters and paintings on the walls of the building , a small wonderful museum worth visiting and of course clean restrooms . You can exit the back door and will be right in the area where the longhorn steers are stabled and pampered .There are high level viewing areas here where you can look down on these impressive animals .
Written 28 September 2019
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gator33
Mi.163 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Inside the Livestock Exchange Building is the Stockyard Museum. For only $2.00 you can see a very interesting museum. Packed in a small space are some wonderful artifacts. There is about a 15 minute video that is super interesting too. After the museum, head out the back door to see the long horned cattle. Those horns are very unique!
Written 14 September 2019
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