The La Vernia Historical Association

La Vernia Heritage Museum

La Vernia Heritage Museum

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HOURS
1st and 3rd Sundays of each month
Noon to 3:00 PM
And By Appointment
Located on Highway 87 at Bluebonnet Street (FM 775)
210-392-3281 for appointments and group tours

Admission is free.  Donations are never turned down!

 

Permanent museum collections include:

La Vernia Volunteer Fire Dept.
Featuring the original 1890s pumper cart used to fight fires in La Vernia, fire fighting equipment and
a six minute video about the rescue of the pumper cart  -- from barn rafters.
 
Suttles Pottery
The pottery of George & Isaac Suttles, Union soldiers who settled in La Vernia to create their utilitarian art. 
Murder ended one of their lives. 
1870s to early 1900s

Holy History
Selected items from a popular exhibit about the churches of La Vernia.

Train Track Trails
Photos and 15 minute video tell about life in La Vernia when the train ran through here.

Photo Rodeo
Bring us your photos of La Vernia people, places and events.  We will scan them for our permanent archives and return your photo on the spot!  No charge.  (donations are always appreciated)

"I Remember Mueller Bridge"
Commemorating the Mueller Bridge, recently named one of Texas' Most Endangered Historical Sites by Preservation Texas.   

La Vernia's Volunteer Fire Dept.
See the original 1890s firefighting equipment and learn how soda ash helped save lives.

                     

 

We appreciate our sponsors!  Please visit them often!
Sue's Antiques in La Vernia
www.suesantiques.com
Website design by E.M.S.  2005