Kids and Families
A place for every member of the family, from small to tall.
Adults and children can explore the Story of Texas together. From fun family programs to one-of-a-kind artifacts, the Bullock Museum is the best place to experience Texas.
Tips for Your Visit
- Before you visit, talk to your kids about what they might see. Been before? Share a favorite memory to remind your children of where you're going.
- Don't try to see everything in one visit. The Bullock Museum is perfect for repeat trips. The artifacts on display change frequently, so each visit creates a new story.
- Visitors 15 and younger must be accompanied in the Museum and theaters by someone 18 or older.
Artifacts, or historical objects, create the complete picture of Texas history. Galleries throughout the Museum use artifacts to tell stories that every member of your family can relate to.
Texas History Galleries - Three floors of exhibitions introduce you to Texas from 16,000 years ago through European colonization and the ship La Belle to when it was a part of Mexico, an independent nation, and an American state. Galleries feature opportunities to discuss identity, conflict, innovation, technology, the arts, and so much more.
Discover history, science, and culture through film. Upgraded digital technology in the IMAX® Theatre brings historical events, scientific innovation, and the natural world to the largest screen in Texas.
Your ticket purchase supports the Bullock Museum's exhibitions and educational programming.
Programs for Families
The Bullock Museum is for families! Currently, the Museum is offering resources and programming for all ages online. Check the calendar to view upcoming events, visit our YouTube channel for previously recorded programs, or contact the Family Programs Manager at Education@TheStoryofTexas.com for additional information.
Want to be the first to know about what's going on for families at the Bullock Museum? Sign up to receive the monthly newsletter.
A wonderful museum for the family! Amanda C., Abilene
School Field Trips presented by The John M. O'Quinn Foundation.
School Programs are generously funded by Featured Sponsor The Marie M. and James H. Galloway Foundation, Supporting Sponsors EOG Resources, Inc. and The William Stamps Farish Fund, and Contributing Sponsors the Betty Stieren Kelso Foundation.
The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a division of the State Preservation Board. Additional support of exhibitions and programs is provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.