Our favorite display was the expansive South Texas Heritage Center.
Texas long horn!
1870s mail wagon used on the King Ranch
Apache headdress adorned with eagle feathers (this was stunning in person)
Native American artifacts.
Variety of rifles and handguns from the era. Note the carved ivory handles on some of the handguns.
Small hand gun designed to be carried on a horse bridle.
Bathtub (believe me, only a very small person would fit in that thing!)
Log cabin of the era.
Beautiful display of dresses worn at the annual Fiesta Festival.
We visited the Witte on a Tuesday afternoon as admission is free from 3:00 - 8:00 pm every Tuesday. At other times general admission is $10/adults and $9/seniors. There was a large group of elementary-aged kids when we were there that were very rowdy and not well managed by the adults with them.