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Purchase tickets here for History Happy Hour on September 23, 5 - 7 pm at th historic courthouse!
We invite you to experience the heritage of our community. The Williamson Museum offers a variety of ways for you to engage and interact with the past. Whether you are a student doing research, a new resident of the fastest growing county in the country, someone who loves to preserve and care for local history or a couple looking to get married in a beautiful setting, we have something for each of you. Become a member today and discover the stories of Williamson County.
The Williamson Museum provides fun for learners of all ages. From the intriguing topics of The Salon at Wildfire to the engaging activities of Hands on History, there is something for everyone. We welcome you to learn more about out past and present.Educational Programs
Our memberships offer fun benefits while supporting the mission of the museum. They make great gifts for the person who has everything and the funds raised help us to discover and share the stories of Williamson County. Join today!Ways to donate
Looking for a scenic spot to visit around the county? Want to know more about how the county came to be? Need to rent the historic 1911 courthouse for your own event of the century? Visit The Williamson Museum to discover all of this and more.Rental Options
Events & Exhibits
06 Dec, 16Upcoming
From one room to population booms, schools in Williamson County have been a part of life for the last 150 years. Enter our one room schoolhouse to explore school life from the 1880s, through integration, to the fast growing school systems of present day.06 Dec, 16Upcoming
For four years, a civil war desolated this country’s land and people. Explore the unique and courageous stories from Williamson County, a place with Union sympathies in the midst of the Confederacy. Be sure to visit the online exhibit for Courage & Contradiction: Civil War Stories of Williamson County, too.06 Dec, 16Upcoming
In 1747, Spanish priests became the earliest settlers in the area, founding the short-lived San Xavier missions. Hispanic families continued to settle and shape this area over the next two and a half centuries. As one of the fastest growing population groups in the U.S., many are unaware of the long history of Hispanics in this area and their lasting contributions to the community. From pushing for desegregation, fair wages and labor practices to keeping their heritage alive- the roots of the Hispanic community run deep in Williamson County.09 Dec, 16Upcoming
Meet at the Museum and get set up with some of our wonderful tour guides and take a trip back in time as you tour our historic County Courthouse. Tours start at 1:30, 2:30 & 3:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Tours are free, last about 45 minutes and are handicapped accessible. Please call ahead if you have a party of 7 or more, or to schedule a private tour 512-943-1670.10 Dec, 16Upcoming
Come out to The Williamson Museum the 2nd Saturday of each month for hands-on, interactive history lessons & activities. This program is free for children of all ages. Topic: Happy Holidays Activity: Come celebrate the Holidays with us by making a Holiday craft!
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What our visitors saying about their experience
“Great, don’t miss it while in town! Knowledgeable volunteers.”Renee
“This is the best little museum ever!! Full of art and knowledge! So, so happy we have this in our precious town!”Kimberly
“Having this museum on the square in Georgetown is wonderful for visitors and residents alike. The fact that this square and the architecture is so historical makes Georgetown worthwhile to visit. A great museum for both children and adults alike.”Violet
“Nice, small museum, perfect for kids 3 and up. Lots of fun hands on stations, with lots of displays and info for adults as well. Good way to spend an hour. It’s right on the square so you can make your way around for shopping.”Jennifer