Capehart Communications Collection

(903) 872-0440
(903) 872-0441
Website LinkEmailAn innovative and unique museum experience, the 3C's explores communications technology from the 1880's through the 1990's.

Take a tour of the largest, privately owned museum in the U.S.. Filling up 10,000 square feet, this amazing building houses many different types of communications equipment, electrical appliances and unusual artifacts.

Call ahead for your tour of one of Texas' most unusual exhibitions. Your tour guide will be the collector - a man who knows and loves the communications industry.
409 S. 9th Street
Corsicana, TX 75110

Watkins Wildlife Exhibit

(903) 874-6587
The Trophy Room includes over 400 animals from across the world, ranging from Bull Moose to Blue Martin. Located at S. 15th & I-45 in the Main Building of the Watkins Construction facility.
3229 S. 15th Street
Corsicana, Texas 75110

Pioneer Village

(903) 654-4846
A collection of early settler homes, businesses and artifacts. The Lefty Frizzell Museum honors the county singer who sang "If You've Got the Money Honey, I've Got the Time."
912 W. Park Avenue
Corsicana, Texas 75110

Glenn Cumbie Museum of Aviation & Military History

(903) 654-4847
Located on the site of the World War II training fields, this Museum features exhibits of authentic uniforms, photographs, artifacts and memorabilia of aviation and military history from World War I to the present day.
9000 Old Navarro Road
Corsicana, Texas 75110

Pearce Western Art Museum

(903) 875-7642
Website LinkEmailThe goal of the Pearce Western Art Museum is to collect and make available for public enjoyment works by the best artists, both new and established, who represent the world of American Western Art.

The Pearce Museum is home to original representational works of art by acknowledged masters of Western Art as well as recent works by the members of the National Academy of Western Art, the Cowboy Artists of America, and the National Sculpture Society, among others.
3100 W. Collin Street
Corsicana, Texas 75110

Reading Arrowhead Room

An astounding 48,000 mounted artifacts known as one of the finest collections of Native American artifacts in Texas and the Southwest. The collection?s oldest pieces date back to 8000 B.C.

Pearce Civil War Museum

(903 875-7438, (800) 988-5317
Website LinkEmailThe Pearce Civil War Museum features first-hand accounts of the American Civil War. Organized around a time-line, the museum exhibits letters, diaries, journals, photographs and artifacts from civilians, soldiers, military, political and civic leaders of the era. The Pearce Collection consists of more than 14,000 original Civil War letters, documents and artifacts.

Stephen E. Woodworth, author of "Nothing but Victory" wrote:
"The Pearce Civil War Collection os a little-known treasure deep in the heart of Texas - one of the best Civil War manuscript collections west of the Mississippi."
3100 W. Collin Street
Corsicana, Texas 75110

Lefty Frizzell Museum

True monument to the famed country singer of the 1950?s hits ?If you?ve Got the Money, Honey, I?ve Got the Time? and ?Always Late.? See the life-size bronze statue of Lefty and a collection of his furniture, music, photographs and western suits from the famous Nudies Western Tailor.

Cook Arts, Science and Technology Center

(800) 988-5317
Website LinkThe Cook Center at Navarro College is one of the best-kept secrets in Texas. It is the home of two of the Nation's most outstanding museums, The Pearce Western Art Museum and The Pearce Civil War Museum, Texas' largest planetarium and a fabulous gift shop. But The Cook Center has much more to offer.

Businesses and organizations from throughout Central Texas hold their meetings in The Atrium of The Cook Center. The executive secretary of a large corporation recently commented, "The Cook Center is the most fabulous spot for a meeting. Everyone is just amazed at the hospitality and kindness. The museums and planetarium are so elegant and entertaining."

The Cook Center offers meeting space and banquet facilities for groups up to 300 in number. Events may be scheduled in the daytime or evening, throughout the week. The Cook Center is an active part of Navarro College's educational facilities and persons or organizations wishing to reserve space should call to determine availability.

Corsicana Field Aviation Heritage Foundation

(903) 654-4847
(903) 872-9911
Email9000 Old Navarro Rd.
Corsicana, Texas 75109

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