Give to the Fort Bend Museum
There's a difference between reading about history in a textbook and actually experiencing history. When children visit the Fort Bend Museum through a school program, they have the opportunity to don a bonnet and apron and wash laundry by hand. They can sign a land grant like the original colonists, hold a musket or learn to walk on stilts like a Victorian child.
Join us in our mission to educate and inspire students and visitors alike with the incredible stories of Fort Bend County. Your donation helps us share the history of our great state and continue to offer innovative, immersive programs to make learning fun.
Contact the Administration Office at 281-342-1256 for information about giving, becoming a sponsor or underwriting an event.
What is the Fort Bend County Museum Association?
The Fort Bend Museum is part of the Fort Bend County Museum Association, the 501(c)3 non-profit organization that also runs the programs at the George Ranch Historical Park and the DeWalt Heritage Center. Other affiliates include the Fort Bend Archeological Society, the Fort Bend Museum Docents and Decker Park in downtown Richmond.
The Fort Bend County Museum Association was chartered in 1967 and will celebrate 50 years of sharing Texas history in 2017!
Mission: The Fort Bend County Museum Association preserves the history of Fort Bend County and the surrounding area. The Association strives to inspire and educate the public for the purpose of strengthening awareness and appreciation of cultural heritage for future generations.