front museum



Open Monday - Friday

Hours: 8 am - 5 pm

Except for holidays

Admission by donation

Group Tours by appointment

Phone; (830)569-6313



1959 HWY 97 E

Pleasanton,Texas 78064

The Museum has a Banquet Room area that will seat 100 poeple for meetings and gatherings. Please call for more information and bookings.




Come by and visit. See our longhorn and wildlife game exibits



north wall






Established to Preserve the History of Atascosa County


The museum through its displays of Artifacts,Doccuments,portaits and written excerpts protrays the history of Atascosa county.The museum devotes major efforts in documenting the area as the

" Birthplace of the cowboy"





Bronze Statue of Cowboy in front Pleasanton City Hall.





tourist info


Our Museum also serves as a Tourist Information Center. This center

assist visitors by providing maps, brochures and information about

Pleasanton and Atascosa County






The( SAU&G) San Antonio, Uvalde and Gulf Depot was located on

HWY 281 in North Pleasanton and was moved to the grounds

of the Longhorn museum.. The Union Pacific Caboose was added

to this exibit. Also the Depot contains artifacts and excerpts from

the early days of Railroading








The Longhorn Museum Arch is dedicated to the founders of the Longhorn MuseumDr Ben and Mona ParkerThe poeple of the City of Pleasanton and Atascosa County

By a donation from John And Cynthia Purcell



"It is a well known fact that Pleasanton and this Museum are on land once owned by the

Rancho of San Jose Mission"





"The Hearse"

Ask our staff about the stories behind this hearse.


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