Explore the unique history of the city of Lake Jackson at the 12,000 square foot Museum. The Museum chronicles the rich history of the city with interactive exhibits and high-tech displays.
The Museum focuses on four eras of history including; the prehistoric era, the plantation era, development of the area’s petrochemical industry and the founding of modern Lake Jackson.
Visitors can visit with the ghost of Major Abner Jackson, fly the Windecker Eagle airplane for themselves and learn why our streets are named This Way and That Way. There is always a new adventure to be had at the Lake Jackson Historical Museum.
Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 4 pm
Sunday & Monday – Closed
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249 Circle Way
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
The Mission of the Lake Jackson History Museum is to provide education relative to the history and culture of an area known as Brazoria County, Texas known as Lake Jackson.
Mail: PO Box 242, Lake Jackson, TX 77566
The Lake Jackson Historical Association reserves the right to photograph program participants and visitors. Please be aware that these photos are for the use of the Association only and may be published for publicity purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please notify staff.