The West of the Pecos Museum is a historically recognized landmark in Texas that opened in 1963. The museum is composed of two parts; a saloon built in 1896 and a hotel added in 1904. The original Saloon is on the ground floor and you should start your visit there. Don’t forget to check the “Exhibits” page for a partial listing and photos. After you have visited the museum, take the time to visit the museum gift shop for collectibles, decor, and printed history on the museum and the city of Pecos.
As The West of the Pecos Museum is known today: Three full floors with over 50 rooms of exhibits collectively, artifacts, history, and West Texas lore as well as the outdoor exhibits. All are available to the public at a self-paced walking tour or with a Guided Tour. Don’t forget to bring your camera. Check our “Events” page under About Us for additional Museum fun.
Permanent Exhibit: Saddle Room
Our ‘Saddle Room’ is located on the second floor of the museum and is filled with pieces every cowboy and cowgirl loves. We’ve several saddles, cowboy boots, tack, and barbed wire alongside other pieces on display for the public to see. This is one of our many permanent exhibits here at the museum.