Located in the Official Texas
Historical Carnegie Library Buildingat
207 N. Frances Street, the museum was founded by and is a major
project of the Terrell Heritage Society. The museum collects,
preserves and displays artifacts and memorabilia pertaining to the
history and cultural heritage of the City of Terrell, the area and
it's people. The Carnegie building is itself a significant part of
Terrell's heritage having served as the public library for
approximately 80 years from it's construction in 1904.
View a large collection along with
some 300 photographs and oil paintingsof early Terrell
buildings done by local artist, Hazel Slayton, plus many smaller
collections tell the heritage of Terrell and it's people. This is
a breath-taking display and worth the visit.
Gifts are available at the Terrell Heritage Society Museum
located in the Carnegie Building. All money raised supports
the effort to create and maintain the finest museum in
Isn't it TIME you visited the
THS Museum? So... what are you waiting around for?
FALL IN LOVE with Terrell Texas!
Terrell Texas is ready to fall in love with you!
2000-2005, All Rights Reserved, Terrell
Heritage Society, Inc. Terrell, Texas.