1522 E. Hwy 82
Nocona, TX 76255
Phone 940.825.3526

Museums

Check out our many museums around the Nocona area and see how it all started. We have something for everyone; ranging from historical accounts, car and baseball glove collections, cool antiques, and more.

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Tales 'n' Trails Museum

Nocona’s modern Tales ‘N’ Trails Museum offers a vibrant & vivid historic picture of the North Central Texas area through its vast collection of artifacts and photographs.

An award-winning film narrated by Red Steagall highlights the five main areas of focus: The Joe Benton Native American exhibit, The Leather Industry (Nocona Boots, Justin Boots, Dell Motley, Nokona Ball Gloves, etc), The Oil & Gas Industry, Agriculture, and Our Western Heritage (Chisholm Trail).

The museum offers help with genealogical research, has a collection of thousands of local obituaries and an ongoing project collecting information on businesses throughout Nocona’s history.

A gift shop offers historical books from the Montague County Historical Society as well as items from local artisans.

Visit the museum at 1522 E. Hwy. 82 in Nocona or at www.talesntrails.org.

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Horton Classic Car Museum

This classic car museum is an incredible compilation of cars, some of which are the most sought out antique automobiles in the world. Explore three massive buildings and find automobiles with far out stories. The Corvette collection is something worth seeing- every model from 1953 to 1973 all in one room- a very rare collection.

You'll also find everything from a green 1967 GT500 owned by Carroll Shelby with his signature on the dashboard, 1931 Packard, to a Ford GT350 once owned by Bob Segar.

Come see why Nocona is The Official Classic Car Capital of Texas!

 

Nokona Baseball Glove Museum

Visit the Nokona factory and museum to see how America’s ballglove is made. You will see each part of the process – from leather selection and cutting, to stamping, embroidery, forming, stitching, and lacing.

 

 

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