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Lots of history down here, but very little to see in this museum. Buggies, cars, saddles and a few guns. I was expecting much more from the history of this ranch. Best thing was the film. We were the only ones there and was expecting...More
Since there's nothing much in this town to see and if you can get in for free, by all means stop in. When we were there it was part of the package tour so we did go. Half of the place was closed off and...More
What a Great small museum. Old interesting saddles & guns plus a few of the family's old cars and wagons . Great old ranch pictures. They have a short movie that tells you so much about the King Ranch of yesterdays and today. No pictures...More
We enjoyed this because history is our thing. Lots to see from guns to saddles. The thing that makes this interesting is that from 1853 until now, this family has been involved in the operations. Capt. King was a real mover and shaker. He said...More