Big Bend Country
Museum occupies the old saloon and historic hotel. See restored fixtures and accurate displays of life in the late 1800s. Exhibits showcase Pecos and West Texas history. Information is available on other Pecos attractions.
An adjacent park contains first building in Pecos; grave of Clay Allison, the "Gentleman Gunfighter;" replica of Judge Roy Bean's saloon; an Eclipse windmill; and the tourist center and chamber of commerce.
102 E. Dot Stafford St.
West of the Pecos Museum and Park
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102 E. Dot Stafford St.,
Phone : 432/445-5076
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