Influenced by Basil Clemmons' photographs of Breckenridge in the 1920s, these murals depict the city's rich history. A walking-tour brochure is available at the Friends of Historic Breckenridge Rest Station. Basil Clemmons photos can be viewed at the Swenson Memorial Museum. 100 N. Breckenridge A...
The center offers workshop facilities and exhibits. It is home to the Kathryn Leach Doll Collection and an extensive collection of festival gowns. The gallery hosts changing exhibits, plus a permanent collection of paintings and sculptures. Open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue.-Sat. 207 N. Breckenridge Ave.
This lake offers fishing, boat ramps and marinas, swimming, camping and picnicking. About six miles northwest of Breckenridge via U.S. 180 west, or U.S. 183.
A City of Breckenridge lake on Gonzales Creek. A park at the dam offers fishing, picnic sites and primitive camping. About seven miles south of Breckenridge via U.S. 183 and F.M. 576. .
Housed in the historic First National Bank building, the museum features Stephens County history and traveling exhibits. Oil history is preserved in the J.D. Sandefer Oil Annex. Other exhibits include Basil Clemmons' photography. Special tours for individuals and school groups. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m....
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