Scurry County Museum
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.
Hours and Admission
The Scurry County Museum is open Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm and on Saturday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm year round including all summer long. The college is closed on Fridays and Saturdays but the Scurry County Museum remains open. On special holidays (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, etc.) we are open 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. We are closed on Thanksgiving, the week between Christmas Eve and New Years Day (we reopen the first business day after Jan 1st). Museum Director, Daniel Schlegel, Jr. says “The Scurry County Museum does not and will not charge admission. Our mission is to provide education and spread knowledge about Scurry County, so we do it for free and have fun doing it!”
The four tours of the Roland Springs tours are filling up. There is limited space for each Saturday (June 11, 18, 25, and July 2) tour and you must RSVP for the tour. Please contact the Scurry County Museum by stopping in at the Museum or emailing (currently our phone lines are down, so we cannot take phone reservations) to reserve your space. These are free tours that are fun for the whole family and an incredible step into the past. They are for a limited time so make your reservation today!
2016 Scurry County Museum Summer Camps are filling up fast! We have eight summer camps we are offering this year including: Olympics, Pet Camp, Art, Pioneer Camp, and more! These are great fun for the children going into 1st through 6th grades. Discounts are available for Scurry County Museum members. Please contact the Scurry County Museum for your spot by stopping in at the Museum or emailing (currently our phone lines are down, so we cannot take phone reservations) to reserve your space.