Hebbronville is history, tradition, culture and pride.


It is home of South Texas hospitality, miles of brushland, mesquite, trophy white-tailed deer, and other wild game native to the area.


Welcome to our museum!

Hebbronville is history, tradition, culture and pride. It is home of South Texas hospitality, miles of brushland, mesquite, trophy white-tailed deer, and other wild game native to the area.

    


 


105 E. Santa Clara | Hebbronville, Texas
P.O. Box 1035 | Hebbronville, Texas 78361

museumfoundation13@gmail.com

www.HebbronvilleMuseum.com

The Museum Foundation of Hebbronville
and The JHC Historical Commission
Will Be Hosting

Ranching Heritage Day

A Fun and Educational Day Celebrating Our Ranching Traditions.

Saturday, October 14th, 2017
10am to 4pm • FREE ADMISSION

Jim Hogg County Old Jail Museum & The Jim Hogg County Courthouse Grounds


EXHIBITS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Jim Hogg County Ranch Families and Vaquero Families Exhibit at 1st National Bank Room  
  • Vaqueros of South Texas Exhibit at the Old Jail Museum
  • Chuck Wagon Cooking 
  • Texas Cactus Council
  • East Foundation
  • Pony Rides
  • Goat Petting
  • Horseshoe Tossing Contest
  • Dummy Roping Contest
  • Saddle Making Demonstration 
  • Music Presentation
  • Vaquero Storytelling
  • HHS Mariachi Band... and More!

Mision


The JHC Historical Commission and the Museum Foundation of Hebbronville strive to identify, protect, and preserve the historical sites, cultural resources, and unique heritage of Jim Hogg County for the use, education, enjoyment, and economic benefit of present and future generations. 


 

Vision


This organization’s goal is to give the community a window to its past through the establishment of a local museum. The Museum Foundation of Hebbronville provides education, historical resources, and opportunities for its members and the community.


 

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