Scurry County Museum

6200 College Avenue
Snyder, TX 79549


The Scurry County Museum in Snyder, Texas is dedicated to increasing the knowledge and understanding of the history of Scurry County and the surrounding area of the Southern Rolling Plains. Through an active program of collections, exhibits, educational opportunities, and special events, the Museum seeks to stimulate creative thought and provide a sense of place, time, and space for residents of and visitors to Scurry County.

About Us:

The Scurry County Museum is a family friendly place that Scurry County residents and folks “just passing through” can enjoy visiting. Our beautiful permanent exhibit showcases the history of the region, and our South Gallery rotating exhibit hosts a wide variety of additional exhibits, art shows and special events.

The Scurry County Museum is situated on the Western Texas College (WTC) in Snyder, Texas. Designed by a local committee and built during Phase II of the WTC construction in 1974, the museum has enjoyed many years of community support. A picturesque waterfall near the main entrance welcomes visitors. In addition to our permanent and rotating exhibits, we also have a museum store with Scurry County and Snyder t-shirts, mugs, ornaments as well as books on subjects of local and regional interest.

The Scurry County Museum is constantly striving to improve our outreach and support in Scurry County and west Texas. We welcome anyone that would like to volunteer for our museum. Our goal is to improve and expand our community involvement and interaction. 

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