exhibits

Barbette

June 16th, 2022 – June 29th, 2024 We are very proud to present the incredible life and career of Vander Clyde Broadway, better known as“Barbette.” This gay trapeze and tightrope […]

The Tech in Ancient Texas

Logo: White all-caps letters on a slate blue background say "The Tech in Ancient Texas." The words are on two lines, with "The Tech" on the top line in a larger font. Extending from the right side of the words are three images, also stacked and layered: a white computer cursor on a light orange trowel on a dark orange ancient projectile point. They all point to the right edge of the frame.

January 6th, 2022 – September 2nd, 2023 People have called Williamson County home for over 16,000 years. We know this because of discoveries at the Gault Site just north of […]

Founding of the County

July 1st, 2021 – July 1st, 2031 Williamson County was founded March 13, 1848, with an agreement under an oak tree and a promise of land for a county seat. […]

Up The Chisholm Trail

A gallery room with blue and brown walls, a fake cowskin rug over tile flooring and a saddle on a wooden mount in the middle of the exhibit. A docent dressed as a cowboy leans against the wall on the far left as another docent, also dressed as a cowboy, gives a tour to four visitors. a display case with cowboy clothing is in the far right corner, and information panels, a map, and barbed wire hang on the walls.

August 7th, 2021 – February 11th, 2023 Did you know that the Chisholm Trail, most famous of all cattle drive trails, went right past the doors of the Williamson Museum? […]