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:
Thanks to everyone who participated in this fund raiser.
Become a Patron
The Texas Prison Museum is a non-profit corporation and receives no funds from the Texas State government. Your support of the museum is critical in helping us continue to collect and preserve the history of the Texas prison system. If you believe in our purpose, and care about our goals, please support the museum in whatever way you can:
Support the Building Expansion Fund
Items of Historical Significance
Donations of historical items is what makes the museum the interesting place it is today. Your donations will serve to enhance the story of the history of our prison system. Any artifacts or pictures will be greatly appreciated. If you have pictures from the past but want to keep possession of them, we can scan them and hand the original back to you, all in a matter of minutes. Please consider sharing what you have for the rest of those interested in the Texas prison history.
Make a Donation
Donations of money are always welcome. Remember, because the Texas Prison Museum is a non-profit organization all donations are tax deductable. Find out more...
Purchase a Paving Stone
Order a personalized engraved brick paver for as little as $40 and become a permanent part of the site of the Texas Prison Museum. Find out more...
Visit the Museum and experience the history of the Texas prison system. The museum is open 7 days a week and admission fees are $5 and under! Find out more...