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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 memorable visit to Bastrop, Texas.

Blue Donkey Pottery    

Wildflower pottery by Lea Blue, a popular local artist.

Assorted prices                 

Linda Neubauer Kiln Arts Studio

Magnets                                         $  2

Mugs                                              $22

World War II Postcards           Each $2

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

 

Informational Guides        

ON SALE! Now only $6 Each!

Currently available:          

Birds, Bullterflies, Snakes, Trees and Wildflowers                                                                            

Bastrop Tshirts (Assorted)        

Prices range from $7.50 to $15.00

100% Preshrunk Cotton

Sizes M, L, X-large available               

Medium Chicken/Cotton Wreath    $69

Texas Cattle Trails poster           $25

Trace the cattle trails of the Old West. Also available: Texas Brands poster.

 

Puppets                      

(Prices range from $18 to $58)

History of Bastrop Throw         $60

Frame or use as a blanket--your choice! Is the perfect gift for the holiday.

8 1/2 inch White/Maroon Commemorative Plate of Historic Sites in Bastrop                          $22

Historic sites hand drawn. Includes the Opera House, Courthouse, Old County Jail, the P.O. Elzner Building, Kerr Hall and Downtown. In the center is the name, Bastrop, written in script.

 

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)

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.