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301 South Walnut
Sherman, Texas 75090 | MAP

Phone: (903) 893-7623
Fax: (903) 892-4303

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday

Regular Admission
ADULTS $5.00
SENIOR ADULTS (ages 60 and up) $3.00
STUDENTS (ages 6-up; college with ID) $2.00
CHILDREN 5 and under are free
MEMBERS are free

Group tours are scheduled by appointment only. Please call the museum for tour availability.

We acquire, preserve, interpret and display items of enduring cultural, historical and educational value related to Grayson County and the local Red River area.

We embrace our responsibility to engage and educate our community, enriching lives by promoting historical awareness, fostering research through shared knowledge, and encouraging interaction through exhibitions, programs and service events

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  • 1012 Natchez: A Memoir of Grace, Hardship & Love by Njoki McElroy, PHD
  • Braggin' On Texas edited by Sherrie S. McLeRoy
  • Black Land Red River , Mistress of Glen Eden & First in the Lone Star State by Sherrie McLeRoy
  • Tracks of Time - Remembering the Interurban and Wood Lake by Jack Frost McGraw
  • Sherman Heritage by William Wheat Collins, Jr.
  • Where Did All the Nigers Go? by Melvin Nelson
  • Civil War

  • Kepi caps Confederate and Union
  • Currency Reproductions Confederate and Union
  • Historical Graphics

  • Native American prints, from original paintings copyright, 1899, by E.A. Burbank, Chicago
  • Antique Maps of Texas & Indian Territory on CD - 160+ historic maps from 1834-1950
  • 1871 Grayson County Ownership map (Reproduction)
  • 1891 "Birds-Eye-View" Maps of Sherman and Denison (Reproduction)
  • and many more

(C.O.D. orders only)