Julian Bivins Museum

Plains Trail Region
Rt. 233 Old Tascosa Courthouse Boys Ranch, TX 79101 806-372-2341 or 800-687-3722
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Housed in the original Oldham County Courthouse, the name of the museum honors a prominent Panhandle rancher who donated the initial 120 acres of land the formed Cal Farley's Boys Ranch in 1939. The museum contains artifacts from Native American and prehistoric Panhandle cultures, cowboy and pioneer items and items relevant to the history of Boys Ranch.

Julian Bivins Museum

Rt. 233 Old Tascosa Courthouse Boys Ranch, TX 79101

Admission

Free

Hours

daily, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.