Named for Royston Nave, who achieved distinction in 1920s New York art circles and painted in and around Victoria. This museum is housed in a Greco-Roman hall built in 1932 by his widow, Emma McFaddin McCan Nave. The Nave features six to eight exhibits yearly.
Open noon-4 p.m. Tue.-Sun. and noon-7 p.m. Thu.
306 W. Commercial St.