Donate to the TPM Building Expansion Fund

The 13th Annual Old Timers Reunion is on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 10am-2pm in the conference room. All retired prison employees and their spouses are invited to attend. Sandra Rogers will be on site to sign her recently published book, Electrocutions in Texas 1924-1964. Come join us for free food, fellowship, and door prizes.

Winners of the Prison Museum Raffle:

  • Marshall Herklotz, 2017 Ford F-150 XLT Super Crew cab pickup
  • Matt Gross, 2018 EZ-Go S4 Golf Cart
  • William Huebner, $1500 gun

Thanks to everyone who participated in this fund raiser.

Special information for school tours.

Be a Permanent Part of Texas History

1998 marked the 150th Anniversary of the Texas Prison System

In commemoration of the milestone and in honor of the men and women who have valiantly served the State of Texas, a Plaza and Statue were erected in Huntsville on September 11, 1998.

The Plaza is located off I-45 next to the Texas Prison Museum, where artifacts are proudly preserved and displayed.

You, your friends and loved ones can be a permanent part of the Plaza and Texas History by ordering an engraved brick paver to be placed around the statue.

In addition to the engraved paver, each participant will receive a certificate proclaiming their official participation and contribution to the Texas Prison Museum & Monument Plaza.

Paver Sizes and Costs

Individual Pavers
Size Price Lines and Characters Details

4” x 8”


Two lines of text,
14 characters per line.

Displayed in the plaza around the statue.

8” x 8”


Four lines of text,
14 characters per line.

Displayed along the Plaza walkways.

12” x 12”


Six lines of text,
20 characters per line.

Engraved Curb Stone in the walk surrounding the Plaza. Perfect for family recognition or personal memorials.

Note: The number of characters are approximate and in some instances may be less than described above.

Printable order form

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