Arts & Museums

Member Organizations and Notable Non-Profit Art and Museums


118 W. Lamar Street

An eclectic collection of memorabilia from the past two centuries including items from the Alamo, toys from the late 1800’s, swords, antique typewriters, much more. Free of charge.


201 East Lamar Street

The Sherman Jazz Museum’s preserves a unique American musical art form by exhibiting a collection of jazz LPs, videos, music playback machines, and jazz memorabilia. See instruments played by legends Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Maynard Ferguson, and more, and enjoy the historic neo-classical venue, a former Masonic Lodge. Open Saturdays 1-5PM.

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301 South Walnut

Your source for area history, the Sherman Museum is housed in an original Carnegie Library Building. The extensive collection includes over 14,000 documents, 9,000 historic photographs and 800 books. Check their web site for current exhibits and seasonal events.