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The Texas Civil War Museum
- The Texas Civil War Museum
- THE AMERICAS
- Alt Name:
- United States
- American Civil War
- 1800AD - 1899AD
- Fort Worth
- Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas,
- Port Hudson, Wilson’s Creek Battlefield,
Dealey Plaza, Vicksburg Battlefield,
about The Texas Civil War Museum
The Texas Civil War Museum in Fort Worth explores the American Civil War, and the role of Texas within it, through a range of exhibits.
Amongst the artefacts on displays, there is a large collection of weaponry, flags and clothing, including army uniforms from the war.
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Address: The Texas Civil War Museum, 760 Jim Wright Freeway North, Fort Worth,
The Texas Civil War Museum is located in Fort Worth, off the Jim Wright Freeway North which runs off I-820. By car, it is approx. 46.5 miles from Dallas. From Dallas, take I-30 West for around 43 miles, then exit 5B and merge onto the I-820 North. Continue for around 2 miles and take exit 5B towards Silver Creek, merging onto the Jim Wright Freeway. The museum will be on your right.
The Texas Civil War Museum is open daily except Sundays, 9am-5pm. Closed on major holidays inc. 4 July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Entry costs $6 for adults, $3 for ages 7-12 and free for under 7s. Further discounts available.
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