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Annie was a woman in charge

Annie Frazer came from on e of the local ranging families. She had 4 children with her first... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Tracy L
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Lampasas, Texas
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Old West Comes To Like

A well preserved and presented example of what was a prominent mainstay in the early years of Fort... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Bob C
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301 S Main St, Fort Stockton, TX 79735-7209
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Annie Frazer came from on e of the local ranging families. She had 4 children with her first husband and the reason for their divorce is unknown now. Second husband she stuck around long enough for 6 kids before divorcing and buying the Koehler hotel...More

Thank Tracy L
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

A well preserved and presented example of what was a prominent mainstay in the early years of Fort Stockton.

Thank Bob C
Reviewed 26 June 2018

You can get through in about an hour. Lots of places outside to take great pictures and the Gray Mule Saloon and tasting room is just across the street. Gives you a good feel for the history of Fort Stockton and there's some unexpected natural...More

Thank KirstenJill
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Small-town history museums are always a pleasure, but this one was outstanding. The good people of Fort Stockton preserved this historic 1890s hotel and filled it with outstanding information about the history of the hotel and the city. Upon entry, you go into the dining...More

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Reviewed 19 May 2018

Many interesting stories about local dignitaries and visitors. Lots of artifacts...memorabilia....and rooms set up as they were years ago. You're on your own for this tour...the staff doesn't help.

Thank musicwithdenise
Reviewed 18 May 2018 via mobile

This museum highlights the pioneer period of settling west Texas around the turn of the century. Annie Riggs had ten children with two husbands. She divorced them an unheard of thing in the 1900’s. She ran the hotel because the windows opened wide and the...More

Thank charleslmims
Reviewed 30 January 2018

about seven rooms of historical items and artifacts with a concise overview of the era. Kicks off with a short video and even includes paleological artifacts from the area

Thank Thomas M
Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

We visited this museum right after our visit to the Pecos County historical jail and the story of the murder of Sheriff Royale piqued our interest in Ms Riggs’ story. (Turns out her husband Barney Riggs had been a deputy of Sheriff Royale). We were...More

Thank U4893WAroberts
Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

Wow! This museum is really well done. The architecture and the exhibits are great. Loved the movie! The movie made the experience more personal.

Thank SherrieCooke
Reviewed 16 October 2017

We really enjoyed our visit to this museum. It had lots of original structures, furniture and items. Very informative. Annie Riggs was one interesting, strong pioneer woman!

Thank NotWAS
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