Gonzales Memorial Museum, Gonzales
Categories: History Museums, Museums
The Gonzales Memorial Museum is one of the nine memorial museums built to celebrate the 1936-1937 Centennial of Texas Independence, and it is the only one in operation funded locally.Use our Gonzales travel itinerary planner to add Gonzales Memorial Museum and other attractions to your Gonzales vacation plans.
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This site houses the "Come and Take It" cannon. It's small and full of very interesting Texas history. The docent was knowledgeable and certainly enhanced our visit. I would highly recommend a visit h... read more »
This is a small museum that works on donations. It is well kept and has some neat artifacts. Some local history and some Texas history! I mean come on! It has the actual cannon portrayed on the Come a... read more »
This museum covered much of the history of Gonzales and even had the "Come And Take It" cannon. The other wing had some very nicely done dioramas and displays of historic artifacts. The design of the ... read more »
Decent Texas history museum with the Come and Take it Cannon. The reflecting pool has no water in it and is basically just an eyesore. The sidewalks and exterior placards under the trees could some TLC. Overall a nice museum to visit.
I'm a big Alamo buff. This was a fun place to visit. It is believed they have the Canon from the original, "Come and Take it" Staff was very helpful.
Quaint and informative
Come and take it original cannon is worth the stop. I wish the reflecting pool was better taken care of. Small museum with various artifacts from various time periods.
One of the best free museums in Texas...
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