Hutchinson County Historical
The purpose of the Hutchinson County Historical Museum is to collect, preserve, and to interpret the heritage of Hutchinson County, with particular emphasis on the oil field and boomtown story of the 1920-1930 era, for public benefit.
The Hutchinson County Historical Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits principally those artifacts, publications, archival materials, photographs, ephemera, and other items that are relevant to the settlement, and early historical development of the county.
Bulldozers and dump trucks as construction has begun on the new exhibit Oil Patch Place!
Beyond the Books
Hutchinson County Historical Museum is offering tours to groups of students. The program, Beyond the
Books, offers students a look at the history of Hutchinson County beyond the tiny snippets in the history books about Adobe Walls and the oil boom. Read more.
Hutchinson County Historical Museum • 618 N. Main Street • Borger, TX 79007 • 806 273 0130
Tuesday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Saturday 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.