The life and career of professional golf great Ben Hogan--born and raised in Dublin, Texas--is chronicled in this museum. Generally open daily 1-5 p.m. or by appointment; call ahead. 121 E. Blackjack St.
Tour this historic facility, which was the first to bottle Dr Pepper in 1891 and made the original cane sugar-sweetened version known as "Dublin Dr Pepper" until 2012 (the facility still produces other soft drinks). The W.P. Kloster Museum across the street features soda memorabilia and historica...
This museum features a varied collection of artifacts and historical items that reflect small-town life. Includes displays on home life, technology and the military. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue.-Sun. Closed on major holidays. 116 W. Blackjack St.
Everett Colborn and cowboy singing star Gene Autry put Dublin on the map with an annual rodeo in the 1940s and '50s. This museum recalls the community's rodeo history and the cowboys and cowgirls who competed here. Open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thu.-Sat.; call to confirm hours. 118 W. Blackjack St.
Markers honor the brave men and women who have served the country from Civil War through modern times. 206 W. Blackjack St. On the grounds of the Dublin Public Library.
Site includes the William T. Miller Grist Mill, built of native stone in 1882, and the 1855 Turnbow-Barbee log cabin built by early settlers. Picnic pavilion available. At Texas 6 West and Park Street. .
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