The Grace Museum is dedicated to exhibitions that tell the story of the evolving cultural and social history of Abilene and West Texas. The Grace Museum is a place for all ages to explore art, history, and creativity. Their 1909 building was originally The Grace Hotel and was built to welcome travelers on the railroad. The permanent period rooms from 1910, 1928, and 1948 bring the bygone eras to life through recreated parlors, living rooms, and kitchens from each time period. The Grace Museum builds multifaceted connections through new experiences in American fine art and history within the evolving Texas story through exhibitions, programs, and collections. The Grace Museum will serve as an exemplary cultural institution and a hub of learning, inspiration, and involvement. The Grace Museum is fully accessible to their physically challenged visitors. The Grace Museum offers two parking areas adjacent to their building along North 1st Street.
Sun & Mon: Closed