Based in a 1923 building that was the former Main Hall of Clifton Lutheran College, this center features permanent art galleries, traveling exhibits, workshops, performances and dinner shows at the Tin Building Theater. Art gallery open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri. and 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sat. 1701 W. Nint...
Housed in a three-story historical building that was the former Main Hall of Clifton College, the nonprofit Bosque Conservatory has become a center for visual and performing arts, including cultural classes and workshops, a national art competition and sale, a permanent art collection and perform...
This museum features an exhibit on the Horn Shelter, including replicas of skeletons and funeral items from the 11,200-year-old burial site discovered nearby. Other displays include a large collection of Norwegian artifacts, minerals and fossils, Native American artifacts, and a pioneer collectio...
Near Clifton, the Norse community is the center of Norwegian settlement in Texas. Pioneers such as Cleng Peerson, called "the Father of Norse Immigration to America," and Ole Canuteson brought groups of Norwegians to the area in the 1850s. Annual events that highlight Norse culture include "Sytte...
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