The Armstrong County Museum, Inc. complex includes the Goodnight Historical Center, the Museum, the historic Gem Theatre, Art Gallery, Hall of Honor, & Lake Center School (a one room school house).
The Goodnight Historical Center - The home of legendary cattleman Charles Goodnight is showcased where it remains in its original location. This unique piece of history can be experienced through enjoying a tour of the home, exploring the grounds where visitors can walk into a dugout, view the descendants of the Goodnight's original buffalo herd, see a chuck wagon, and peruse through the visitors center full of visuals and information about the Goodnights and their contemporaries.
The Goodnight Historical Center is located 12 miles east of Claude on Hwy. 287 in Goodnight, TX.
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00am - 5:00pm.
Catered gatherings and meeting facilities are available. Call 806-944-5591 or 855-881-6499 for information.
The Museum - Armstrong County Museum houses an impressive collection that tells the story of the development of Armstrong County including information about native people, explorers, and early pioneers.
The Gem Theatre - On the second Saturday of each month, live performers continue to grace the stage of the 100-year-old Gem Theatre. Supporters of the arts can see everything from live music to local theater productions. Call 806-226-2187 for tickets.
The Art Gallery, Hall of Honor, and Lake Center School - while visiting the Armstrong County Museum, guests can also enjoy the Art Gallery with rotating art shows throughout the year and the Hall of Honor where local veterans are honored through photos and memorabilia. In addition, guests are invited to travel back in time by entering into the Lake Center School, an original one room schoolhouse.
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