At Campbell Park, the garden showcases a yearly revolving exhibition of sculpture in a beautiful outdoor setting. Free. At intersection of North and Live Oak streets, two blocks from downtown. Also downtown are the "Boot" mural on Western Street and the "Generations" mural on Second Street.
Housed in an early frontier building, this museum features a variety of changing exhibits devoted to such subjects as the Texas Rangers, early-day saloon items, Native American artifacts, ranch and home implements, tools and old-fashioned crafts. Open 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sat. 304 S. Western St.
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