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The Museum Gift Shop

From World War II postcards to locally, hand-made quilts to modern day pottery, we have many items that are sure to please!

The Museum Gift Shop, located in the Visitor Center lobby of the Museum at 904 Main Street, offers an array of both nostalgic and new items to commemorate your visit to Bastrop, Texas.

Artisan Pottery by John Eberle                          $6.50  and up

Bastrop Old Iron Bridge

Souvenir Postcards      $2 each

World War II Postcards           $2 each

Hand selected from a personal collection dating to the World War II era.


Bastrop Historic Homes Tour

2021 Calendar             $25                                                                            

Bastrop Logo T-Shirts          $17.50               

Children's Activity Books                          $6.95 - $12.95

New Release:

BASTROP, TEXAS 1874-1900   $24.50


Historical Documents                   $3 each

  • Texas Declaration

  • Freeman to Arms!!! To Arms!

  • William B. Travis "Victory or Death" Letter, Feb. 24, 1836

  • Republic of Texas Currency 1838-1841

History of Bastrop County          $30

1846 to 1865

by Local Historian Ken Kesselus


Bastrop County During

Reconstruction*                          $13

(*Free with purchase of the book, History of Bastrop County)

Animal Hand Puppets            $22 - $28            

Microwave Koozies                $10

100% Cotton Bandanas                   $3                  

Bastropoly Board Game        $50

Bastrop Leather Key Ring       $10

Mesquite Wood Magnets         $5


Old Iron Bridge Metal Magnet      $6.95

Lap & Children's Quilts                      

(Prices range from $60 to $100)

These lap quilts and children's quilts are made by the talented ladies of the Bastrop Senior Center's Sunshine Quilters.



Museum & Visitor Center of the

Bastrop County Historical Society

904 Main Street

Bastrop, Texas 78602

Museum (512) 303-0057

Visitor Center (512) 303-0904


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