Highlighting area history of the leather Industry (Nocona Boot Co. Dell Motley, etc), the Native American culture, Oil & Gas Industry, Western Heritage, and Agriculture. Also help with genealogy.Using our custom trip planner, Nocona attractions like Tales 'N' Trails Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
Tales 'N' Trails Museum reviews
This is a great museum that gives you the history of the area. The exhibits are really of a higher quality than you normally see in a non metropolitan area. We especially enjoyed the section on... more »
This is a great museum to learn about the history of the area. I was very impressed with the amount of handmade structures to bring a scene to life. There have been a lot of hours spent by people... more »
Was halfway done when I went, but the exhibits are really nice! The collection of leather goods are amazing, the old boots were really cool! And the framed carvings are fantastic. I highly recommend it!
Under construction in some parts but really interesting! The people who run it are really nice and helpful
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