est. 1957

 

 

300 E. Virginia St. (at Chestnut St.) McKinney, TX  75069 | 9 7 2 - 5 4 2 - 9 4 5 7, EXT 100 | Museum / Exhibit Parking

 

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Thursday, Friday and Saturday (thru October)

 

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EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS

 

Now Showing in Our New

MOVIE ROOM

 

"Once a Nation" documentary

by The Star of the Republic Museum

and

"Collin McKinney: Man of Vision" documentary

by Craig Ranch/Encore Wire

 

 

See a Scaled-Down Replica of

Collin McKinney's 1848 Home

 

See What It Was Like To Live In The 1800's

 

and Much More!

 

 

BONUS

As a Texas State Historic Landmark, the 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 Confederate Mural, and

journey down to Our Basement and stand next to a Huge

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

TITANIC.

 

 

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