Fort Bend Museum
Fort Bend Museum is a Fort Bend County museum dedicated to the preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of Fort Bend County’s history. We are located at 3303 Roberts Road in Fort Bend County. The museum has been open since 1977 and is accredited by the American Association of Museums. Fort Bend Museum is also an affiliate member of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).
The Fort Bend Museum features permanent exhibits on topics ranging from prehistoric times to today, including agricultural heritage, African Americans in Fort Bend County, early white settlers and their descendants who forged a new frontier following the Civil War, local veterans’ service during wartime conflicts up to our present-day involvement in Iraq as well as community volunteers who provide emergency services for the Richmond TX and Fort Bend County area.
Fort Bend Museum has many programs and events for visitors of all ages to enjoy, including monthly family day celebrations, a summer lecture series with topics drawn from Fort Bend County history, guided tours led by museum docents on weekends at 11:00 am Saturdays and Sundays; as well as various art exhibitions throughout the year.
With hundreds of years of American history packed into one place, Fort Bend Museum welcomes you to explore the story of Fort Bend County.
For more information please visit their website at: https://www.fortbendmuseum.org/