"The Freestone County Animal" display made by students of Rachel Bossier will be available for viewing at the museum during April and May.


Stop by and read the stories written specifically about animals found in Freestone County.  The students hand made little stuffed animals to go with their stories.


Whether young or old, the books and their critters will bring a smile to your face! 

We just added a new quilt to our collections from Jo Olive Watson Turner Zickhur.


The quilt was made from men's silk neck ties and men's suit linings.


     A new online fundraising event was created to help celebrate the 50 Year Anniversary.      


     By donating $50 for 50 years of service, the museum hopes to raise the needed funds to get the old jail restoration project back in action.


     Lesser amounts are accepted as well; it all adds up and every dollar counts!

Dr. and Mrs. William Sneed have been in storage since 2007 and have recently been brought down for display as well. 

A new display was created from old doors purchased locally at Cuckleburr's Trading Post. 


Many old portraits have been brought down from the upstairs storage unit.  Until now there was no space available to hang such large portraits.

FREESTONE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM