Museum Events

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The museum provides monthly educational programs, member events, and more! Learn something new about Williamson County while attending one of our museum events. 

Upcoming Museum Events

  • Exhibit: All About Poppies by Holly Moore

    Born and raised in Oklahoma, Holly retired to Georgetown Texas with her husband in 2005. Upon moving to Texas she began pursuing the Art of Photography and is an avid photographer. She enjoys exhibiting and competing, judging local photography contests and is active in the Photography Society of America. For Holly, photography is a treasure hunt, an art of observation and a journey in the discovery of interesting things in ordinary places.

  • Exhibit: A Place of Faith, Congregations of Williamson County

    Places of worship serve spiritual and community needs. As a variety of groups immigrate to Williamson County, both past and present, one of the first things they establish is that place of worship. These establishments provide a familiar setting while people build connections with their new surroundings and community. Williamson County has long been a place of faith.

  • Free Courthouse Tours

    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. School group tours are offered by appointment, please see information on our Educational Programming page. 

  • Exhibit: Poppies & Progress: 1917-1923

    The war to end all wars sent shock-waves through the country causing lasting societal upheavals, many of which are reflected in Williamson County. Experience the stories of local war heroes, suffragettes, and crusaders for justice in this exhibit that explores WWI and its immediate aftermath in the early 1920s.

  • Free Courthouse Tours

    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. ***No Tours Saturday, 4/7/2018 due to an event*** School group tours are offered by appointment, please see information on our Educational Programming page. 

  • Exhibit: Fading Memories by Frank Mills

    Frank Mills presents a photography exhibit of historic places and themes in honor of Preservation Month. The artist states, "If we don't preserve our history, all that will be left are fading memories."

  • Free Courthouse Tours

    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. School group tours are offered by appointment, please see information on our Educational Programming page. 

  • First Friday

    Stop by for light bites at this month's First Friday! The museum will be open from 6pm to 8pm and unveil our new artifact of the month and latest art exhibit.

  • Chuckwagon Dinner May 2018

    Join us for good food and fun at our Chuckwagon Dinner the night before Pioneer Day. Tickets are $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers, they include, drinks, dinner, and dessert! Buy tickets by calling 512-943-1670, or online here! Your name will be added to a list, there are no physical tickets. This event is held in Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, near the Old Settlers Association Campground. 3300 E. Palm Valley Road, just across from Salt Lick and Dell Diamond

  • Museums Closed

    The Williamson Museum Georgetown Square and Chisholm Trail locations will be closed on Saturday, May 5th, for Pioneer Day in Old Settler's Park in Round Rock. Normal hours will resume the following week.

The Williamson Museum 2016