Texas Civil War Museum Coupons and Deals
History museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $6 for two museum admissions (up to a $12 value) $12 for four museum admissions (up to a $24 value) $18 for six museum admissions (up to a $36 value) The Texas Civil War Museum is open Tuesday–Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children aged 6 and younger receive free admission.
HISTORY BETWEEN THE STATES Is your Civil War knowledge gone with the wind? It’s time to grab a friend and head over to the Texas Civil War Museum in Fort Worth to see the most comprehensive collection of artifacts west of the Mississippi. Learn about our nation’s history and the confederate state that Texas once was. This rare gem blends private collections and a public trust for a magnificent portrayal of American history. Travel through the different galleries that include a Civil War collection, a postwar Victorian dress collection and United Daughters of the Confederacy Texas Confederate Collection. Also on display are a collection of historic flags and personal artifacts. Dig up a whole lotta history—shovel not required. NUMBERS GAME 15,000.......square feet of museum history 4,000.........number of objects on display at exhibit 75...............seats in the museum’s movie theater 3.................million dollar value of the flag collection
Some kids learn their lessons plopped in front of the TV, but if you want yours to channel some real history, plug into today's deal from the Texas Civil War Museum. Bring the past to life when you pay $9 (regularly $18) for admission for two adults and two kids to the museum, located just off 820 North. Your family will get a firsthand look at the most comprehensive collection of Civil War artifacts west of the Mississippi, featuring approximately 4,000 rotating exhibit items from both sides of the battle -- like arms and artillery, correspondence, historical flags, instruments plus hundreds of Victorian dresses, children's garments, accessories, and everyday soldiers' items of the era. Your group is sure to leave with a better understanding of this important American event, meaning this deal will render the Civil War more real than reality TV could ever hope to. Want more? Check out the Texas Civil War Museum on Facebook.