The Museum of North Texas History

And Wichita County Archives

720 Indiana - Wichita Falls, Texas

Located at 720 Indiana in Wichita Falls, Texas, the Museum of North Texas History includes attractive, fun, interesting and educational exhibits and events relating to this area's past. Learn more

 

Current and future exhibits and the Bit of History Series are waiting for you to explore the area’s past. Learn more

 

 Ralph O. Harvey, Jr.’s long-held dream of a history museum is now a reality and the Special Exhibits Gallery is named in his honor.

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The Heritage Hall featuring Nat’s Hats and the Oil Exhibit complete our permanent exhibits. Learn more

 

The Military Collection was first organized the Bill English in a small room at the Wichita Falls Public Library. Learn more

 

Our Board of Directors is composed of community leaders and other history enthusiasts.

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Select areas of the museum are available for rent Learn more

 

History comes alive at our World War One exhibit at Kickapoo Airport in Wichita Falls. See what life was like during the Great War at Call Field Army Air Corp training young pilots to fly the Curtiss Jenny. And we also have a Jenny that is still able to fly! Learn more

 

 

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Coming events:

Please call or email the Museum for current and future events and exhibits. 940-322-7628.

You may also stay current by checking our Facebook page.

Text Box: Beginning April 28: Anchors Away, a display of some 40 miniature  ships will be on display following the Black History exhibit. These ships were built by the late Bill Carter and donated to the Museum by his widow. Bill was on the deck of the USS Utah when it was bombed at Pearl Harbor. The USS Utah miniature is currently on display in our room, The Beginning and End of World War II.

Tuesday, June 14— A Bob Wills Retrospective, 720 Indiana, Bob Wills video and music by Post Oak

Coming in August — A Walk on the Wild Side new exhibit featuring animals of the area and their stories

There are other projects in the works.

Fundraiser Projects:

COOKBOOK
To all of you who sent recipes - thank you! And to the dedicated committee members who worked diligently proofing, publicizing and editing- thank you! Without your participation and help, we could not have prepared this cookbook.

“Taste of History” will be a lovely, three ring binder cookbook with historical notes throughout. The book is dedicated to the memory of Juanita & Ralph O. Harvey, Jr. Ralph was a founding member of the Museum.

THE PRICE IS $20.00 Should you want your order shipped, there will be a $5. shipping and handling fee.


Emil Hermann Book
Emil Hermann, an artist who spent 30 years in Wichita Falls, has been published. The book sells for $33. Please call the Museum to place your order. 940-322-7628

Please call or email the Museum for current and future events and exhibits. 940-322-7628.

You may also stay current by checking our Facebook page.