A gift to the people of Orangefield, the Cormer museum is the lifetime work of oilman Paul Cormier. He wanted to fashion a town as he remembered from his youth. As different buildings around his area were being dismantled, he collected what he could and built his own town under a large tin roof. His town contains contains places like a jail, a bank, a saloon, a boarding house, a post office, a dentist office, a school, a general store, and a soda fountain. This small town would represent not only old Orangefield, but also many other small country towns all across the south.
Admission Free – Donations Appreciated
Open 3rd Saturday of each month 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. without reservations.
Tours are available: Monday through Friday, by reservation.