Est. 1957

Located in the Historic 1911 Post Office, Downtown McKinney

 

300 E. Virginia St. (at Chestnut St.) McKinney, TX  75069 | 9 7 2 - 5 4 2 - 9 4 5 7 | Museum/Exhibit Parking

 

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DESCENDANTS: Visit the Museum

and Complete a

Special Form for your Heritage

 

 

Attend the Benefit Party...

"TEXAS ATTITUDE"

in Anna, TX | Sat., Oct. 1st

(Sponsored by the Anna Historical Preservation Society)

 

Make your Reservation!

 

 

 

Collin McKinney April Event Pictures

 

    

 

EXHIBIT HOURS:

10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

(thru October)

 

Exhibit Details

 

 

Collin McKinney Historic Sites

BUS TOUR

 

Sat., Oct. 22nd

 

Make your Reservation!

 

 

VISIT

the

 MUSEUM's

spooky

Basement

 

SCARE

ON THE

SQUARE

     

MONDAY

October 31st

4 to 7 p.m.

 

 

BONUS

As a Texas State Historic Landmark, the old 1911 Museum offers

a unique opportunity for the public to view an Old Secret

Passage, see a Vintage Walk-In Vault/Safe, hear the

fascinating story behind Our 1934 Mural, and journey

down to the Boiler Room (basement) and stand next to a Huge

Boiler built during the same time and resembling coal boilers of the

TITANIC.

 

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