Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum: Information

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1800 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704.

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Kristen A.
I consider myself to be a museum person, and for some reason, I wasn't particularly interested in learning about Texas history. I am so glad we went to this...

Hannah G.
This museum is fascinating. First of all, it is absolutely beautiful. It's very ornate and you can tell they took a lot of time on the visual aspects of...

Teresa L.
This is a clean, modern museum. The exhibit descriptions are very text book. Interesting and boring at the same time. The exhibits could have been...
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This museum was opened in 2001 and was designed by E. Verner Johnson, the designer of many famous museums in the U.S. $80 Million in bond revenues was donated for the construction of this museum.
Tells the “Story of Texas” with three floors of interactive exhibits, the special effects show, The Star of Destiny, in the Texas Spirit Theater, and Austin's only IMAX Theatre.
Austin American-Statesman
'The Story of Texas' museum offers exhibits, theaters, films and interactive computer displays. The museum, which opened in 2001, also has Austin's only IMAX theater.
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rating 4.3 out of 5
Amy Hayes
We spent almost an entire day here with our family. The la Belle exhibit was fascinating! This is a family-friendly museum complete with IMAX theater, cafe and interactive displays. Great program for cub scouts and girl scouts, too!
Adam Gordon
2 hours was not enough time at this top notch museum. If you want to see everything there is to see here plan 4-6 hours. Texas Spirit theater was far more advanced than anything I not miss this. We watched to features, one about the La Belle ship history, the second an excellent film a....
Martin Starrett
Great Museum. You can learn alot about Texas history. They often change the special exhibits up, so you can always see new things. The first Sunday of every month is free. This is a good time to go, a little crowded, but they have kid activities. During the summers, they have Music Under the Stars o....
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