Welcome to the Bullock Texas State History Museum Newsroom
The Bullock Texas State History Museum is the state's official history museum, serving more than nine millions visitors since it opened in 2001. Through three floors of Texas history galleries, visitors can explore everything from the earliest inhabitants, European colonization and the Texas Revolution to civil rights, space exploration, and pop culture. Two special exhibition galleries host a variety of relevant and engaging exhibitions featuring artifacts from all over the world, immersive multimedia installations, and hands-on experiences.
Press Visits and Information
To request more information, high-resolution images, or schedule a visit and/or interview, please submit a media request.
Photography and Filming at the Bullock Museum
Photography and filming requests for commercial use must be approved and scheduled through the Bullock Museum’s marketing department at least 10 days prior to the requested filming date. To apply for permission to film at the Bullock Museum, please submit a commercial filming request.
Personal, non-commercial photography with hand-held cameras is permitted in all exhibition galleries and public spaces with the exception of the IMAX® and Texas Spirit theaters, unless otherwise noted in signage. Tripods are not allowed in the galleries.
Professional and personal photoshoots are not permitted in the Bullock Museum without prior approval and, if approved, may require facility rental fees.