The Bosque Museum is dedicated to protect and preserve Bosque County’s historic and prehistoric resources for the use, education, enjoyment and economic benefit of present and future Bosque Citizens.
Permanent exhibits include:
* An internationally known archaeological site, one of the most significant Paleoamerican sites in America, dating back 12,000 years.
* The largest repository of Norwegian artifacts in the South and Southwest, including an extensive collection of Norwegian books.
* A collection of firearms that includes 150 long guns and hand guns dating from the 1750s to the modern era, as well as many other Western and Native American artifacts, incliuding an authentic outdoor log cabin.
* An extensive natural history exhibit.