Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country

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Facility:Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country
Description:Located in the in the beautiful Canyon Lake area, the Heritage Museum has displays on: Native American Artifacts, Early Pioneers including Farm Machinery, the Canyon Dam History, Fossils, Gift Shop, open air picnic area, and the Heritage Garden Trail of native Texas plants. Dinosaur Tracks are at the same site. Probably the most prolific site in Texas, in terms of number. These tracks were made during the deposition of the upper part of the Glen Rose Formation roughly 100 million years ago.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:4831 FM 2673
Address 2:between Startzville & Sattler
City:Sattler
State/Province:TX
Zip Code:78133
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Open daily from 1pm to 5pm. With exceptions of New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. With advanced notification, Group Tours may be scheduled for other times.
Admission:Adults: $3, Children 5-12: $2
Telephone:(830) 899-4542
Website:TheHeritageMuseum.com
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Janet H., Co-op Member
Thank you for listing The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country.

Would you please note that the Museum's URL has changed from www.heritage-museum.info to http://www.theheritagemuseum.com/.

If you could get this corrected on your site it would be much appreciated. It is a great place to visit

Thank you!
Janet H., Co-op Member
Thank you for listing The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country.

Would you please note that the Museum's URL has changed from www.heritage-museum.info to http://www.theheritagemuseum.com/.

If you could get this corrected on your site it would be much appreciated. It is a great place to visit

Thank you!
Jamie, Co-op Member
My daughter and I love the Heritage Museum! Being able to see real dinosaur foot prints is an amazing opportunity for all. The staff is always friendly and knowledgeable. And learning more of the history of the area, especially of Canyon Lake and its origin, is fascinating.
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