Location: 618 N Main St, Borger, TX 79007, USA
The Hutchinson County Historical Museum’s primary aim is to collect and preserve the history of the county from ancient times to the present period. The museum opened in the year 1977 and has been housed in a 2-storey building that was built in the year 1927. The museum houses more than 60 exhibits that span from sixteenth-century expedition of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado to the 1920s Texas Panhandle petroleum boom.
The Hutchinson County Historical Museum also houses several history, culture, and art items. Some of the annual events of the museum include African American History in February, Oil Boom Heritage in March, Cinco de Mayo Heritage in May, the Beach Bash and Old West Heritage in June, the Quilt Show in July, Native American Awareness in November & Christmas in December.