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The Museum

Sharing our past

The museum houses our collection of Burnet County and early frontier fort memorabilia. We are looking to expand our space and plan to have space to exhibit more artifacts and information on Fort Croghan and the first line of defense of the 1st 8 Federal forts in Texas. This will also give us space to reorganize the museum and share the story of not only Burnet County but how many lived in the past.

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Meaningful Work

Happy Team Posing

World War I

Burnet County Soldiers & Sailors

This is in the museum on a display with war memoribilia. Inside the folder, it says the information was taken from The Burnet Bulletin, August 24, 1939 and Burnet County History Volume 1, p 304-305.

Girl with Dogs

World War II dead & missing

Change for the Better

Through our Capacity Building program, we have the potential to make real and positive change. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Fort Croghan Museum & Grounds, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit Organization.

Girls Carrying a Recycling Bin

Media Center

Transforming Lives

We see every challenge as an opportunity, and our Economic Development initiative helps Fort Croghan Museum & Grounds ensure that those we serve are better prepared to persevere in the unique situations they find themselves in.

Volunteers Cleaning

Plaza of Honor biographies

Empowering Others

Fort Croghan Museum & Grounds is dedicated to putting our San Francisco community first. Our Community Outreach program provides a much-needed service for those in dire need. Lend a helping hand and join our efforts today.

Man Painting a Wall

Plaza of Honor Biographies, part 1

The 1st forty bricks

Fort Croghan Museum & Grounds is dedicated to putting our San Francisco community first. Our Community Outreach program provides a much-needed service for those in dire need. Lend a helping hand and join our efforts today.