The Bastrop County Museum
is located in the heart of Bastrop's historic downtown business district and in close proximity to Bastrop's historic neighborhoods.
MUSEUM ADMISSION FEE
MEMBERS: FREE ADULTS: $5.00 CHILDREN (UNDER 12): FREE
The HISTORY OF THE BUILDING...
is just as interesting as the historic past of Bastrop it shelters and protects!
The building itself is a historical structure, having served as a fire and police station as well as a tax office in the 1930s and 1940s. It later became the site of the Bastrop City Hall. Now it has, once again, been repurposed as the City's Museum and Visitor Center.
is available for historical research.
Staff is available to assist and to make copies of documents, subject to copyright, for a small charge; books and other archival materials are restricted to on-site use, however.
Whether you're tracing your family history, want to know more about a local property or just want to learn something, we have the perfect historical library for you to do such!
Call (512) 303-0057 to make an appointment, or contact our Archivist here.