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Tales 'N' Trails Museum, Nocona

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#230 of 610 in Museums in Texas
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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.
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  • Wasn’t expecting much but wow! This little museum was such a nice place. Full of local history. The staff was super friendly and knowledgeable. When the Ms. Enid robot wouldn’t work, the staff... 
    Wasn’t expecting much but wow! This little museum was such a nice place. Full of local history. The staff was super friendly and knowledgeable. When the Ms. Enid robot wouldn’t work, the staff...  more »
  • If you love Texas history, you’ll find plenty to see in this museum. The exhibits included Nacona Boots, an animatronic history lesson from Miss Enid Justin, an extensive collection of American... 
    If you love Texas history, you’ll find plenty to see in this museum. The exhibits included Nacona Boots, an animatronic history lesson from Miss Enid Justin, an extensive collection of American...  more »
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  • One of the most educational and fun museums we have been through in Texas. Staff immediately greeted us upon walking in, explained a bit about the museum and visitor info. Several rooms held artifacts and tons of information on Natives as wells as the settlers that followed. Interactive spaces for kids, and a visual smorgasbord for anyone interested in the history of Montague County. Outside the museum there were several antiqued pieces of farming equipment as well as an old settlers cabin a person could explore. Everything inside the museum has been cared for, and the immaculate display of artifacts were obviously well taken care of. This is a must see stop for visitors inside and outside of Montage County.
  • I almost didn't stop at this museum. I'd seen it on Google Maps. But, I had an itinerary and wanted to make sure I got every stop I wanted. But, having driven up there to see where Red River Station (Chisholm Trail crossing) was and Spanish Fort (site of old native American community and town for the cowboys on the Chisholm Trail, I figured I should at least check it out. Wow! Wonderful people who know their history. This is a very well designed little museum that has an excellent collection of artifacts and is educational and engaging. I would definitely go back.

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