Crocket County Museum
The Biggest Little Museum in West Texas!!
Ozona Museum is located just off I-10 between San Antonio and El Paso
Visit Ozona Museum
Ozona is the “Biggest little town in Texas” and Crockett County Museum showcases the development and growth of this wonderful little town. You will be surprised at how much history can be found in this small part of the vast world called West Texas.
Our friendly staff is quick to show you around or you may choose to simply meander through at your own pace. Make sure you visit the gift shop for a coon skin cap, dig for arrowheads or get an original mohair coat.
How to Find Us
Situated on I-10 between San Antonio and El Paso, Crockett County Museum, in Ozona, Texas, is a great place to stretch your legs on those long West Texas trips. Click here for DIRECTIONS.
Our normal Hours of Operation are:
Closed Saturdays & Sundays
Closed: President’s Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Memorial Day & Christmas Holiday
We sometimes have special exhibits or events. Please see our full calendar for details about any special dates you may enjoy.
Stop by for a visit, and casually walk the three floors of memories as you embark on a historical journey of West Texas settlers.
Walk through exhibits from fossils, to Native American artifacts, to items from the early 19th century living and more.
Children 5 and under are free.
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We want to honor our Spanish ancestors by displaying a wide variety of items.
Arrowhead and Fossils
You might be surprised at the collection of arrowheads and fossils we have.
See a miniatrue scaled replica of the Alamo to get a peak of what it looke like.