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Barnard's Mill

307 SW Barnard St, Glen Rose, TX 76043-4600
+1 254-897-7494
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Jack Bryant Bronzes in Historical Grist Mill

Many beautiful bronze western pieces by Jack Bryant, Bill Chappell, Covelle and others. Wonderful... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2017
Lisa B
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Sunday afternoon at the museum

Great bronzes an paintings in a historical setting - old grist mill that was later a hospital - go... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2016
papawdowns
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Round Rock, Texas
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The oldest structure in Glen Rose.
  • Excellent55%
  • Very good38%
  • Average7%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
7 Jul 2017
“Jack Bryant Bronzes in Historical Grist Mill”
28 Sep 2016
“Sunday afternoon at the museum”
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307 SW Barnard St, Glen Rose, TX 76043-4600
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+1 254-897-7494
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Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Many beautiful bronze western pieces by Jack Bryant, Bill Chappell, Covelle and others. Wonderful western, modern and Biblical bronze pieces by Robert Saunders including famed Texas Ranger Frank Hammer and Coach Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys. Robert Saunders, Doug Prine, John Saunders and other...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Great bronzes an paintings in a historical setting - old grist mill that was later a hospital - go figure

Thank papawdowns
Reviewed 26 January 2016

First let me say what beautiful grounds there are here. It is the perfect setting for a wedding. It is the old Gristmill and you will enjoy the history of it. It is combined with an art gallery now. Then we took the stairwell upstairs...More

Thank CaraLeising
Reviewed 21 October 2015 via mobile

Nearly every time we've visited Glen Rose we tried to visit Barnard's Mill. Finally this visit we were successful. The sweet lady working there last Saturday took us on a nifty little tour of the building and threw in some personal history (such as her...More

Thank DellaDidDisney
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

This was the beginning of Glen Rose. The Barnards' were the founders of the city and lived in and ran this mill. The building is excellent. It is now used as an art museum.

Thank Aimee R
Reviewed 21 November 2014

This is a truly historical building and authentic with a great story. They have art on display and give a great tour. The building has been a store, mill, hospital and art museum.

1  Thank Paul S
Reviewed 12 July 2014

I was able to take a lot of beautiful pics at this historic mill even though it was actually closed the day I was there. I believe it is only open on the weekends.

3  Thank Belle6112
Reviewed 5 March 2014

This historic structure has a fascinating history and many of the rooms now function as an art gallery. In addition to etchings there are works paintings and sculpture of western themes. The sculpture in particular is world class.

3  Thank tXlady43
Reviewed 3 October 2013

We bought the book, Juana, about the wife of Charles Barnard who built the mill. Wonderful Texas history. This museum is fairly small so we took our time exploring and learning about the history and the art.

3  Thank SamMass
Reviewed 26 July 2013 via mobile

If you like local history, this should interest you. The buildings are from the original settlers in the area, and now serve as an art gallery. Great way to spend an afternoon if you like art and history. If not, you'll be bored to tears.

3  Thank MattL41
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Monica M
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We paid nothing to see the museum and grounds.
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