Museums in Hardeman County

Quanah, Acme & Pacific Railway Depot
Quanah, Texas

This two-story structure, built on Mercer Street in 1908, is among Texas’ most beautiful historical depots. The exterior is stucco, Spanish style with red Ludowici Seville tile roof. It is told that Quanah Parker claimed the Quanah, Acme & Pacific as his railroad.

Pioneer, Railroad, Lane Frost and Quanah Parker items can be found on the bottom floor. Upstairs exhibits are Veterans Rooms, Quanah Cotton Oil Mill, Schools, Chillicothe, Masonic Lodge, the Space Room furnished by NASA and the Smithsonian Institute, and several others. The West Texas Utilities room and E.S.A. Sorority Rooms have been completed this year. The Q.A.&P. Museum, which is an extension of the Hardeman County Jail Museum, is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

Hours are 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
You may call (940) 663-5272 or (940) 839-8066 for more information.

105 Green St.
Quanah, TX 79252


 

Hardeman County Historical Jail Museum
Quanah, Texas

The Historical marker located at 105 Green Street is the Hardeman County Historical Jail Museum. Built of native stone in 1890, the upper story houses the original jail intact. The sheriff and his family lived downstairs.

Hours are 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
You may call (940) 663-5272 or (940) 839-8066 for more information.

105 Green St.
Quanah, TX 79252