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, located on the Western Texas College campus, is open Wednesday through Friday 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm or call for appointments. The museum is closed on holidays and the week between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day (reopening the first business day after Jan 1st). Museum Director, Tessa Holladay says “The Scurry County Museum does not charge admission. Our mission is to provide education and spread knowledge about Scurry County, so we do it free and have fun doing it. Museum memberships and donations support free admission year-round.”

Current Happenings
There are two rotating exhibition galleries and one permanent gallery displaying the history of Scurry County. Come and visit to see what is new at the Museum!