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West of The Pecos Museum

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Pecos Museum Toot!

As we were standing on the balcony, a train came by. We waved and the conductor tooted his horn... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Houston, Texas

This is worth a visit. You see how the frontier people had to live in this not so hospitable... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2018
Gerald G
Spring, United States
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“bullet holes”(6 reviews)
“old west”(11 reviews)
“three stories”(3 reviews)
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120 E. Dot Stafford Street, Pecos, TX 79772
+1 432-445-5076
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 February 2015

An old but once very busy 3 story hotel with 50 rooms is now a museum with 50 scenes of life in the old west beginning in the 1880s. There are rooms that look like old barbershops, old doctor offices, old school rooms, and old...More

5  Thank Bob5705
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Reviewed 14 May 2017

50 rooms, three stories, and more items in the surrounding area. The thing that I enjoyed most was the animated bartender. I wish that his sound could've been a little louder. But it still was interesting to think of what made him tick. While in...More

4  Thank AZboyinWI
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

As we were standing on the balcony, a train came by. We waved and the conductor tooted his horn, held it for a while and waved back! Very cool!

Thank RGVillal
Reviewed 30 September 2018

This is worth a visit. You see how the frontier people had to live in this not so hospitable environment.

Thank Gerald G
Reviewed 4 July 2018

we went with our young child, and she got bored quickly! lots to read and learn about, but not much of interest for a child to be kept entertained. many exhibits remained the same over the years.

Thank bdr73
Reviewed 10 March 2018 via mobile

Decent museum if you are in the area, not worth a significant detour. A large collection of "stuff," from the are and locals. Some is of no cultural or historical value, other items are out of context or order, and have no logical grouping. Receptionist...More

1  Thank 347sm
Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

Pecos is the birthplace of the rodeo and the museum is like a time capsule to a far different era. Has 3 stories of artifacts that tell a fascinating story about the little railroad town that is now in the middle of oil country. Loved...More

Thank Sandantics
Reviewed 20 October 2017

My daughter and I intended to take a short break from driving so we stopped in Pecos, We wound up staying over and hour because we found the Pecos Museum so fascinating. I have been to museums in Europe, Mexico and all over the U.S....More

Thank Kay M
Reviewed 17 October 2017

If I lived in this town or local area, I would consider this to be a very fascinating place. There is a lot of local history here. However, coming from elsewhere, I cannot get excited about Masonic badges and furniture from years ago of the...More

Thank Stewart S
Reviewed 27 September 2017

This is a hidden gem in Pecos and so many miss this wonderful collection of western and historical history from this area. Three floors so be prepared to do stair climbing.

2  Thank Ginger C
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

This was my first time visiting the Pecos Museum although I had been in the area so many times. What an awesome display of history and so well preserved. I learned so many new facts about Pecos,TX that just blew my mind. When or if...More

Thank gwood814
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Each time I come here I learn something new. A great place for history junkies 😋 I love the staff they seem to know a lot about Pecos's history

Thank Erica M
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Susan S
17 January 2018|
Response from gwood814 | Reviewed this property |
The entrance fee was $7.