Keystone Square Museum

Hill Country Trail Region
303 South Western Avenue Lampasas, TX 76550 (512) 556-2224
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The story of Lampasas, the so-called “Saratoga of the South,” unfolds at Keystone Square Museum. Named for the adjacent Keystone Hotel, the museum preserves period artifacts, such as a cypress-wood pipe used at Hanna Springs bathhouse and a card table from an early saloon. Additional items include an 1880s bank teller cage, pioneer ranch blacksmith shop, antique doll collection, 1911 death basket used for body transport in the days before ambulances and bolt-action rifle used during the 1870s Horrell-Higgins feud.

Keystone Square Museum

303 South Western Avenue Lampasas, TX 76550

Admission

Free

Hours

Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment.