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Whitehead Memorial Museum, Del Rio
(4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • Visited and really enjoyed having a look around this little museum . Great guy at reception gave us info on Del Rio and the Museum. Kids will enjoy this place . 
  • very nice museum. layed out very well. cost is 4.00 for seniors. parking is on the street. the staff is very friendly ( Kelly).easy walking museum. 
  • The place is well done, they have a very good variety of historical objects, including Judge Roy Bean's grave. My grand children really enjoyed it. 
  • Small building entrance to historical site area. Snacks available. Easily assessible
  • It's ok, if the workers help the clients more could be better
  • Quirky little entrance takes to the past in a flash with a large courtyard filled with a variety of displays and buildings. From dead guys to wedding receptions to aviary to baby Jesus, these try to cover it all. It's definitely a must see attraction if passing through Del Rio.
  • Kebien
  • My boys and I definitely enjoyed our experience! There is a lot of old radio, phone, farm, and saloon equipment, home deco, clothing, etc from ages ago that are very interesting to look at. There is only limited a/c in a few of the buildings, so we recommend going in the cooler months of the year. We really enjoyed it. The front office/store workers were very helpful, nice and welcoming!! Thank y'all for the experience!