Exhibits focus on Bell County history from 1850 to 1950. The Miriam A. Ferguson Collection chronicles the life and times of Texas' first female governor, who was a Bell County resident. Other permanent exhibits include a turn-of-the-century kitchen and authentic post office with a working telegra...
This museum in the Cochran, Blair & Potts store features memorabilia from the oldest department store in Texas, which opened in the 1860s. Antique office equipment, and fixtures are on display. Open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Mon.–Sat. 221 E. Central Ave. 254/939-3333.
Tube down a "lazy river" or slide from a 40-foot tower into a Texas-size pool. Enjoy volleyball on a sandy beach or chill out with the latest games in the game room. Open mid-May to mid-Aug. daily. Admission charge. 1410 Waco Road. 254/939-0366.
Generations of prominent Texas women have attended this college, established
in 1845 when Texas was still an independent republic. It was oldest women's
college (now coeducational) west of the Mississippi River. Students present a
celebrated Easter pageant annually.
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