The list of museums in the Texas Gulf Coast encompasses museums defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing. Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e., virtual museums) are not included. Also included are non-profit art galleries and exhibit spaces.
|1940 Air Terminal Museum||Houston||Harris||Aviation||Southeast Texas's commercial aviation history (with an emphasis on Houston)|
|20th Century Technology Museum||Wharton||Wharton||Technology||Displays include radios, phonographs and a jukebox, televisions, arcade games, home appliances, farm equipment, telephones, typewriters, computers, electronics, cameras and aircraft|
|Agricultural Historical Museum||Winnie||Chambers||Agriculture||Open by appointment, includes tractors, farming equipment, photos, Winnie Sante Fe Depot|
|Alden B. Dow Office Museum||Lake Jackson||Brazoria||Local history||Operated by the Lake Jackson Historical Association, restored and recreated 1943 office Alden B. Dow used to design the city of Lake Jackson's buildings and winding streets|
|Alvin Historical Museum||Alvin||Brazoria||Local history||Operated by the Alvin Museum Society in a historic post office building|
|Alley Log Cabin Museum||Columbus||Colorado||Historic house||Mid 19th-century log cabin|
|American Cowboy Museum||Houston||Harris||Western||Art, history, and culture of the contributions of African Americans, Hispanic, Native Americans, and women to the development of the American West, located on the Taylor-Stevenson Ranch|
|American Indian Genocide Museum||Houston||Harris||History||Genocide of American Indians|
|Railroad Depot Museum||Tomball||Harris||Multiple||Historic 1907 Railroad Depot museum and caboose containing train memorabilia, original art works, antiques, and two highly detailed model railroads|
|Texas Railroad Heritage Museum||Tomball||Harris||Railroad||Under development. A unique railroad equipment collection that includes locomotives, passenger cars, freight cars and cabooses, most with a Texas connection.|
|ArtCar Museum||Houston||Harris||Art||Contemporary art including art cars, fine arts, and artists that are rarely seen in other cultural institutions|
|Art League Houston||Houston||Harris||Art||Alternative art exhibitions|
|Ashton Villa||Galveston||Galveston||Historic house||NRHP, mid 19th-century brick house, currently not open for tours, operated by the Galveston Historical Foundation|
|Asia Society Texas Center||Houston||Harris||Ethnic||Facility of the Asia Society, includes an art gallery and Allen Sculpture Garden, art and culture presentations|
|Austin County Jail||Bellville||Austin||Prison||Tours provided on Saturdays by the Bellville Historical Society|
|Ammon Underwood House||West Columbia||Brazoria||Historic house||1830s period house|
|Barbers Hill / Mont Belvieu Museum||Mont Belvieu||Chambers||Local history|||
|Bay Area Museum||Nassau Bay||Harris||Local History||Exhibits include NASA memorabilia, Japanese artifacts, Karankawa Indians, Lunar Rendezvous Festival|
|Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens||Houston||Harris||Decorative arts||Facility of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, historic mansion with decorative arts, furniture|
|Baytown Historical Museum||Baytown||Chambers||Local history|||
|Bishop's Palace||Galveston||Galveston||Historic house||Gilded Age mansion NRHP, operated by the Galveston Historical Foundation|
|Blaffer Art Museum||Houston||Harris||Art||Part of the University of Houston, exhibits national and international works as well as artwork by students|
|Brazoria Historical Museum||Brazoria||Brazoria||Local history||Operated by the Brazoria Heritage Foundation, exhibits include Karankawa Indians, Austin Colony, Masonry, plantations and ranches, the Civil War, early businesses, military memorabilia, vintage grocery store merchandise, African American history, natural history, fiber arts displays|
|Brazoria County Historical Museum||Angleton||Brazoria||Local history||History and cultural heritage of Brazoria County, located in the historic courthouse|
|Brazos Valley Railroad Society||Brazoria||Brazoria||Railroad||HO model scale train layout and museum, open on Saturdays|
|Brazosport Center for the Arts & Sciences||Clute||Brazoria||Multiple||Includes the Brazosport Museum of Natural Science, Brazosport Art League Gallery, BASF Planetarium, Center Stages Theater, and affiliate organizations including the Brazosport Symphony Orchestra and Symphony League|
|Brazosport Museum of Natural Science||Clute||Brazoria||Natural history||Features shells, fossils, dinosaur skeletons, wildlife, rocks & minerals and archeology, part of the Brazosport Center for the Arts & Sciences|
|Bryan Museum||Galveston||Galveston||Multiple||Features Southwestern US history and art, includes rare documents in German, French, Spanish and English, saddles and spurs, antique firearms, rare books, fine art, religious art, folk art, portraits, rare maps|
|Buffalo Soldiers National Museum||Houston||Harris||Military||History of the African American Buffalo Soldiers|
|Butler Longhorn Museum||League City||Galveston||American West||Texas Longhorn history through in western art, music, Longhorn artifacts and Texas historical items|
|Children's Museum of Houston||Houston||Harris||Children's|
|City By the Sea Museum||Palacios||Matagorda||Texas Gulf Coast||Museum of the Palacios Area Historical Association, exhibits include Camp Hulen, fishing, ships, agriculture, Hurricane Carla, Karankawa Indians|
|Columbia Historical Museum||West Columbia||Brazoria||Local history|||
|Confederate Memorial Museum||Columbus||Colorado||Local history|||
|Contemporary Arts Museum Houston||Houston||Harris||Art||Contemporary art created within the past 40 years|
|Czech Center Museum Houston||Houston||Harris||Ethnic||Cultural center to preserve the language, scholarship and arts of Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia and Slovakia|
|Danish Heritage Museum of Danevang||Danevang||Wharton||Ethnic||Exhibits related to the everyday lives of the Danish pioneer settlers of Danevang|
|Dickinson Historic Railroad Center||Dickinson||Galveston||Local history||Owned by the city and operated by the Dickinson Historical Society|
|DiverseWorks||Houston||Harris||Art||Presents new visual, performing, and literary art|
|Doc Porter Museum of Telephone History||Bellaire||Harris||Telecommunications||Telephone equipment and the history of the telephone, open by appointment|
|Dunham Bible Museum||Houston||Harris||Literary||Part of Houston Baptist University in the Morris Cultural Arts Center, rare bibles and manuscripts|
|Egypt Plantation Museum||Egypt||Wharton||Historic house||Empire period house, also includes depot museum with ranching heritage and plantation life displays, and Texas history|
|El Campo Museum of Natural History||El Campo||Wharton||Natural history||wildlife dioramas, special collections of clown memorabilia, fishing lures, seashells|
|Fernland Historical Park||Montgomery||Montgomery||Open air|||
|Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art||Victoria||Victoria||Contemporary Art||Restored building dedicated to making freely accessible the work of South Texas and national artists working across mediums and ideological boundaries.|
|Footprints in Courage Museum||Shenandoah||Montgomery||Local history||Located inside the Shenandoah Visitors Center|
|Fort Bend County Heritage Unlimited Museum||Kendleton||Fort Bend||African American||Lifestyles of African American settlers and residents from 1865 to 1965|
|Fort Bend Museum||Richmond||Fort Bend||Open air||Includes the museum, Long-Smith Cottage, 1883 John M. and Lottie D. Moore House, and the McFarlane House|
|Foster Community Museum||Foster||Fort Bend||Local history|||
|Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum and Barn||Friendswood||Galveston||Historic house||Also known as the Friendswood Museum, reconstructed early 1900s Quaker home with furniture and artifacts|
|Freeport Historical Museum||Freeport||Brazoria||Local history|||
|Galveston Arts Center||Galveston||Galveston||Art|||
|Galveston County Museum||Galveston||Galveston||Local history||Located in the Galveston County Courthouse|
|Galveston Railroad Museum||Galveston||Galveston||Railroad||Includes rolling stock, model trains, devastation caused by Hurricane Ike, maps, railroad jargon, pictures from the Southern Railroad and the Panama Railway exhibit, railroad dining cars and china|
|George Ranch Historical Park||Richmond||Fort Bend||Open air||20,000 acre working ranch featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock|
|Health Museum||Houston||Harris||Science||Human body, cells, health, also known as the John P. McGovern Museum of Health and Medical Science|
|H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum||Huntsville||Walker||Military||Exhibits about all branches, POWs, home life|
|Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, Texas||Conroe||Montgomery||Local history||Exhibits include everyday life, lumber and oil industries|
|Heritage Society Museum||Houston||Harris||Open air||Part of Sam Houston Park, includes exhibits of local history, several historic houses and a church|
|Heritage Society Museum of Weimar||Weimar||Colorado||Local history||Housed in the Old Hill Bank building, include local Main Street business displays, early country kitchen, pharmacy and soda fountain exhibit, military artifacts|
|Holocaust Museum Houston||Houston||Harris||Holocaust||History of the Holocaust and the dangers of prejudice, hatred and violence|
|Houston Bicycle Museum||Houston||Harris||Transportation||Collections of antique and classic bicycles as well as cycling-related memorabilia|
|Houston Center for Contemporary Craft||Houston||Harris||Art||Contemporary craft art with an emphasis on fiber, metal, glass, clay and wood|
|Houston Center for Photography||Houston||Harris||Art||Exhibits of historic and contemporary photography|
|Houston Fire Museum||Houston||Harris||Firefighting||Includes vehicles, equipment, uniforms|
|Houston Maritime Museum||Houston||Harris||Maritime||Includes ship models, navigation instruments and maritime artifacts|
|Houston Museum of African American Culture||Houston||Harris||African American||African American history and culture, including regional and national|
|Houston Museum of Natural Science||Houston||Harris||Natural history, Science||Exhibits include animal dioramas and mounts, gems and minerals, dinosaurs and fossils, mollusks, chemistry, energy, space science, Ancient Egypt, pre-Columbian archaeological artifacts, planetarium, butterfly zoo|
|Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugarland||Sugar Land||Fort Bend||Natural history||Located in Telfair, exhibits on paleontology, space, life and earth science|
|Houston Police Department Museum||Houston||Harris||Law enforcement||Artifacts from the Honor Guard, SWAT, Mounted Patrol, badges, uniforms and other equipment|
|Humble Museum||Humble||Harris||Local history||Exhibits include oil, cattle, lumber, churches and everyday life|
|John C. Freeman Weather Museum||Houston||Harris||Natural history||Currently relocating, climate and weather science|
|Jung Center of Houston||Houston||Harris||Art||Features an art gallery|
|Katy Contemporary Arts Museum||Katy||Fort Bend||Art||Also known as KCAM, contemporary regional art from the fifties to the present|
|Katy Heritage Museum||Katy||Harris||Local history||Includes farming equipment, agricultural and pioneering history artifacts, photographs and antiques|
|Katy Heritage Park||Katy||Harris||Open air||Operated by the Katy Heritage Society, includes three historic houses, the Humble Mess Hall, a post office, tool shed/wash house and bandstand|
|Katy Veterans Memorial Museum||Katy||Harris||Military||Artifacts from every foreign conflict involving the United States|
|Lake Jackson Historical Museum||Lake Jackson||Brazoria||Local history||Operated by the Lake Jackson Historical Association, exhibits include the prehistoric era, the plantation era, area's petrochemical industry and the founding of modern Lake Jackson|
|Lawndale Art Center||Houston||Harris||Art||Art gallery|
|Levi Jordan Plantation State Historic Site||Brazoria||Brazoria||Historic house||Antebellum plantation, site under development and only open to the public on a limited basis and by appointment, includes the plantation house and archeological remains, including the slave quarters that were subsequently occupied by freedmen until the 1880s|
|Live Oak Art Center||Columbus||Colorado||Art||Contemporary art, offers year-round exhibitions, workshops, publications, outreach programs, lectures, classes|
|Lone Star Flight Museum||Houston||Houston||Aviation||Features historic aircraft and the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame|
|Magnolia Depot Museum||Magnolia||Montgomery||Local history||Operated by the Magnolia Historical Society, includes an office/ barbershop building, an antique sawmill and a red caboose|
|Marguerite Rogers House Museum||Alvin||Brazoria||Historic house||Operated by the Alvin Museum Society, also known as the Cottage House Museum|
|Matagorda County Museum||Bay City||Matagorda||Local history||Pioneers, Native Americans, fossils, children's museum representing an 1890–1910 small town|
|McKay Clinic Medical Museum||Humble||Harris||Medical||Original furniture and equipment from the 1938 medical clinic, open by appointment with the Humble Museum|
|Menil Collection||Houston||Harris||Art||20th century art|
|Michel B. Menard House||Galveston||Galveston||Historic house||1838 house, operated by the Galveston Historical Foundation|
|MKT Depot||Katy||Harris||Railroad||Historic depot and caboose, area railroad artifacts, operated by the Katy Heritage Society|
|Moody Mansion||Galveston||Galveston||Historic house||Built in 1895, this 20-room mansion was once owned by William Lewis Moody, Jr. and later his daughter Mary Moody Northen|
|Moody Gardens||Galveston||Galveston||Multiple||Includes Discovery Pyramid with traveling exhibits about science and space, Rainforest Pyramid with animals and plants, and the Aquarium Pyramid|
|Museum of American Architecture and Decorative Arts||Houston||Harris||Decorative arts||Part of Houston Baptist University in the Morris Cultural Arts Center, social history and material culture of people settling in Texas between 1830 and 1930, includes doll and miniature furniture collections|
|Museum of Fine Arts, Houston||Houston||Harris||Art||Collection of the museum spans more than 6,000 years of history with approximately 64,000 works from six continents|
|Museum of Printing History||Houston||Harris||Multiple||Also called The Printing Museum, includes historical documents, fine art exhibits and antique printing equipment|
|Museum of Southern History||Houston||Harris||History||Part of Houston Baptist University, history of the South during the mid-19th century with period room displays|
|N.H. Davis Pioneer Complex and Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Local history||Pioneer artifacts|
|National United States Armed Forces Museum||Houston||Harris||Military||Includes military vehicles, tanks, helicopters, also known as the Military Museum of Houston|
|National Museum of Funeral History||Houston||Harris||History||Exhibits include caskets, funeral and mourning artifacts and rituals|
|Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum||Galveston||Galveston||Industry||History and technology of the area offshore oil and gas industry, is housed on a retired jack-up rig set up in the Galveston harbor|
|Pasadena Heritage Park & Museum||Pasadena||Harris||Open air||Operated by the Pasadena Historical Society, includes early settler's homes, vintage furniture, clothing and antiques|
|Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts||Spring||Harris||Art||Features three galleries of changing exhibits|
|Pioneer Memorial Log House Museum||Houston||Harris||Historic house||Located in Hermann Park, operated by the San Jacinto Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas|
|Rice University Art Gallery||Houston||Harris||Art||Dedicated to site-specific installation art that visitors can enter and explore|
|Rothko Chapel||Houston||Harris||Art||Nondenominational chapel with art by Mark Rothko|
|Rosenberg Railroad Museum||Rosenberg||Fort Bend||Railroad||Includes a railroad tower, rail cars, model train layout|
|Sam Houston Memorial Museum||Huntsville||Walker||Biographical||Part of Sam Houston State University, life of Gen. Sam Houston|
|Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center||Liberty||Liberty||Multiple||Includes changing exhibits of South Texas history from its collections and two historic house museums|
|San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site||San Felipe||Austin||History||Includes historic log dogtrot house and J.J. Josey General Store & Museum|
|San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site||La Porte||Harris||Multiple||Includes the San Jacinto Museum of History about the history of Texas, the San Jacinto Monument, the battlefield and the USS Texas museum ship|
|Santa Claus Museum||Columbus||Colorado||Commodity||Also known as Mary Elizabeth Hopkins Santa Claus Museum, gift shop and museum with Santa Claus memorabilia and art|
|Seawolf Park||Galveston||Galveston||Maritime||Includes the submarine USS Cavalla (SS-244), the ASW destroyer escort USS Stewart (DE-238), and the remains of a merchant ship|
|Space Center Houston||Houston||Harris||Aerospace||Visitor's center of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center|
|Spring Historical Museum||Spring||Harris||Local history|||
|Station Museum of Contemporary Art||Houston||Harris||Art||Exhibition forum for local, national, and international artists, with an emphasis on fine arts that reflects the cultural diversity of Houston's communities|
|Strake Jesuit Art Museum||Houston||Harris||Art||Part of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory in the located in the Moody Memorial Library, includes works by Rufino Tamayo, John Alexander, James Rosenquist, Jesús Moroles, Luis Jimenez and Pablo Picasso|
|Sugar Land Heritage Foundation||Sugar Land||Fort Bend||Local history|||
|Surfside Beach Historical Museum||Surfside Beach||Brazoria||Local history||Located on the top floor of City Hall, exhibits include Fort Velasco|
|Sylvan Beach Depot Museum and Library||La Porte||Harris||Local history||Operated by the La Porte Heritage Society|
|Tate-Senftenberg-Brandon House||Columbus||Colorado||Historic house||19th-century house with furnishings depicting small town life a century ago, operated by the Columbus Historical Preservation Trust|
|Texas City Museum||Texas City||Galveston||Local history||Includes model railroad exhibit and children's discovery area|
|Texas Prison Museum||Huntsville||Walker||Law enforcement||History of the prison system in Texas|
|Texas Seaport Museum||Galveston||Galveston||Maritime||Includes the three-masted barque Elissa, operated by the Galveston Historical Foundation|
|Tomball Museum Center||Tomball||Harris||Open air||Operated by the Spring Creek County Historical Association, includes two period historic houses, country doctor's office, farm equipment display, log buildings, church, schoolhouse, oil camp house|
|USS Texas||La Porte||Harris||Museum ship||Battleship, part of San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site|
|Varner–Hogg Plantation State Historical Site||West Columbia||Brazoria||Historic house||Antebellum plantation mansion, pecan orchards, original outbuildings, cemetery, sugarcane mill ruins|
|Walker County Historical Museum||Huntsville||Walker||Local history||Located in the Gibbs-Powell House|
|Wallisville Heritage Park and Museum||Wallisville||Chambers||Local history|||
|West Bay Common School Children's Museum||League City||Galveston||Children's||Includes one room schoolhouse, barn with farm tools and hands-on displays, and an ice house/barbershop|
|Wharton County Historical Museum||Wharton||Wharton||Local history||History, culture, and traditions of the county|
|Woodlands Children's Museum||Woodlands||Montgomery||Children's|||
|Rutherford B. H. Yates Museum||Houston||Harris||African American||History of the Freedmen's Town National Historic District|
- Byzantine Fresco Chapel Museum, Houston, closed in 2012
- Forbidden Gardens, Katy, closed in 2011
- Geraldine D. Humphreys Museum, Liberty, closed in 1984
- Gulf Coast Archive and Museum, Houston, archive still open by appointment but museum is closed
- Samuel May Williams House, Galveston, closed in 2007
- Tate-Senftenberg-Brandon House, Columbus, closed in 2006
- Museum District, Houston, Texas
- List of museums in Texas
- List of museums in East Texas
- List of museums in Central Texas
- List of museums in North Texas
- List of museums in the Texas Panhandle
- List of museums in South Texas
- List of museums in West Texas
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- "Events/Attractions". Winnie Area Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
- "Alden B. Dow Office Museum". Lake Jackson Historical Association. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Alvin Historical Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Alley Log Cabin". Texas Historical Commission. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". American Cowboy Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Art League Houston. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Asia Society Texas. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Austin County Jail Museum". Austin County. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Events". Bellville Historical Society. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Ammon Underwood House". Aycock Crews House. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Barbers Hill / Mont Belvieu Museum". Mount Belvieu Texas Parks & Recreation. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
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- "Brazoria Historical Museum". Brazoria Heritage Foundation. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Brazoria County Historical Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Brazos Valley Railroad Society. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Brazosport Center for the Arts and Sciences. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Brazosport Museum of Natural History". Bdfas. Retrieved July 16, 2013.
- "Official site". Buffalo Soldiers Museum.
- "Official site". Butler Longhorn Museum and Heritage Park. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Official site". City by the Sea Museum. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Columbia Historical Museum". City of West Columbia. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Confederate Museum in a Water Tower". Roadside America. Retrieved October 20, 2014.
- "Official site". Czech Center Museum Houston. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Danish Heritage Museum of Danevang". Danish Heritage Preservation Society. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Dickinson Historical Society. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Dickinson Historic Railroad Depot". Dickinson, Texas. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Official site". DiverseWorks. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Telephone History Exhibit In Honor of Doc Porter. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Dunham Bible Museum". Howard Baptist University. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". Egypt Plantation Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "El Campo Museum of Natural History". EMNH. Retrieved July 16, 2013.
- "Official site". Fernland Historical Park. Retrieved October 22, 2014.
- "Official site". Five Points Museum. Retrieved February 7, 2020.
- "Shenandoah, Texas: Boy in the Plastic Bubble Exhibit". Roadside America. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". Fort Bend Museum. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Official site". Foster Community Museum. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum and Barn". Friendswood Historical Society. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Freeport Historical Museum". Freeport, Texas. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Galveston Arts Center". GAC. Retrieved July 16, 2013.
- "Galveston County Museum". City of Galveston. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". George Ranch Historical Park. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Official site". H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Facebook site". Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, Texas. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Facebook site". Heritage Society Museum of Weimar. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Houston Bicycle Museum".
- "Official site". Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Houston Center for Photography. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Houston Maritime Museum. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
- "Official site". Houston Museum of African American Culture. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land". Houston Museum of Natural Science. Retrieved August 17, 2017.
- "Houston Police Department Museum". Houston Police Department. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Humble Museum. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Official site". The Jung Center. Retrieved October 31, 2014.
- "Official site". Katy Contemporary Arts Museum. Retrieved November 2, 2014.
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- "Official site". Katy Heritage Society. Retrieved October 16, 2014.
- "Lake Jackson Historical Museum". Lake Jackson Historical Association. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Live Oak Art Center. Retrieved October 20, 2014.
- "Official site". Magnolia Historical Society. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Historic Magnolia Depot". Texas Forest Trail. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "The Cottage House Museum". Alvin Museum Society. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Matagorda County Museum. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- "Michel B. Menard House". Galveston Historical Foundation. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Museum of American Architecture and Decorative Arts". Houston Baptist University. Retrieved August 17, 2017.
- "Official site". The Printing Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "N.H. Davis Pioneer Complex and Museum". Texas Forest Trail Region. Retrieved October 22, 2014.
- "Official site". National United States Armed Forces Museum. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Official site". Pasadena Historical Society. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts". Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. Retrieved July 16, 2013.
- "Pioneer Memorial Log House Museum". Daughters of the Republic of Texas San Jacinto Chapter. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Rice University Art Gallery. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Sam Houston Memorial Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Mary Elizabeth Hopkins Santa Claus Museum". Roadside America. Retrieved October 20, 2014.
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- "Official site". Sugar Land Heritage Foundation. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
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- "Sylvan Beach Depot Museum and Library". City of La Porte. Retrieved August 17, 2017.
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- "Official site". Tomball Museum Center. Retrieved October 31, 2014.
- "Walker County Historical Museum". Walker County Historical Commission. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
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- "Official site". West Bay Common School Children's Museum. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
- "Official site". Wharton County Historical Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". The Woodlands Children's Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
- "Official site". Rutherford B. H. Yates Museum. Retrieved August 16, 2017.
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the Geraldine D. Humphreys Museum in Liberty drew visitors from 1969 until it closed in 1984.
- "Official site". Gulf Coast Archive and Museum. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
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