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Experience Abilene's history and heritage at the Grace Museum. Located in the historic Hotel Grace, the Grace Museum features numerous displays and exhibits illustrating the work of local artists as well as works of other Texas artists and crafters. The hotel was built in 1909 and served the community for many years. In 1946, the hotel was renamed the Drake hotel and continued its popularity until the 1960s when the downtown district saw a decline in its economy.
The Grace Museum opened in 1992 as the Grace Cultural Center and began collecting artwork and local crafts to display within the center. The name was officially changed to the Grace Museum in 1998. Today the museum offers many exhibits as well as classes and programs that educate the public on local art work.
If you want to soak in more Texas history, visit Frontier Texas. This historic museum features exhibits ranging from Guns of the West to the Buffalo Hide Trade, Frontier Settlements, the Comanche Empire, Military Life and Cowboys and Longhorns. Frontier Texas exhibits also include stories and displays about the "Wild Land" before statehood and how the settlements came to be. The museum also includes the Frontier Experience Theater with videos and films that showcase everything from saloon shoot-outs to stampedes, and even a thunderstorm on the prairie.
This unique museum also offers many educational classes and lectures along with tours for groups and school children. Summer camps are available to help children learn even more about the Texas lifestyle.
If you enjoy learning about wildlife and animals from around the world, visit the Abilene Zoo. Set on 16 acres, the zoo features more than 1,000 different animals, from reptiles to birds to marine life and more, along with exhibits about their environments. You'll find sections such as the Caribbean Cove, the Elm Creek Backyard, Giraffe Safari, South American Games and many others. The Abilene Zoo also includes gardens that feature plants from other areas around the world, such as banana plants, along with grasslands and flowers from many different countries. The zoo offers many classes and educational programs along with summer camps and group tours.
When you want to explore one of the early Forts on the Texas landscape, check out Fort Phantom Hill. The Fort was laid out in the early 1850s and was an outpost for the U.S. Army between 1851 and 1854. Although the log walls were destroyed by a fire, the fort still includes many stone foundations along with the stone guardhouse and the powder magazine. Fort Phantom Hill offers lots of stories and mysteries surrounding the area, including the story that the site may be haunted by the Lady Ghost of Fort Phantom. The Fort is located in the Heart of the Comancheria and there were many contacts between the tribe and the inhabitants of the Fort. The Fort also features displays and exhibits of what life was like at the Fort as well as the history of the area up to today.
As the home of the Hellcats of World War II, the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum tells the story of one of the toughest and bravest divisions in the European theater during World War II. The museum features exhibits and displays of the uniforms and equipment as well as photos of the soldiers during the war. The museum tells the story of the 12th Armored Division and the battles they fought during the war. The museum also offers books and written publications about the division.
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