To educate and enrich the local community and out-of-town visitors in Crosby County History; to provide facilities for educational, recreational, benevolent, and civic uses; to faithfully tell the story of Crosby County history by displaying historical artifacts and information related to Crosby County; to preserve for posterity historical records of Crosby County and residents; to offer public programs that fulfill those purposes; and to operate with integrity on a non-profit basis, for the betterment of our community.
To acquire, preserve, interpret, and exhibit artifacts in order to provide viewers with an understanding and appreciation for the ranching and agricultural heritage of Crosby County.
CCPMM is a member of the West Texas Historical Association, The Texas Historical Commission, Texas Plains Trail Region Association, American Association of State and Local History, and the American Association of Museums.
No. All visitors are welcome to view the museum free of charge. Just walk in the door, sign the guest register, and start looking.
CCPMM has two locations. Our main campus, 101 West Main, is on the town square in Crosbyton, Texas on Texas Hwy. 82/114. The Ericson Farm & Ranch Museum is one block away at 221 East Aspen St. The town of Crosbyton is 36 mi. east of Lubbock, 120 mi. south of Amarillo, and about 360 mi. northwest of Ft. Worth, Texas. You can either look at a map or use the GPS coordinates: 33.6601° N, 101.2379° W
CCPMM is a county history museum representing the 144-year development of Crosby County, Texas.
Although our scope is roughly 1880s thru 1950s, we still accept gift items as they fit our mission (see top of page.)
Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum
101 West Main Street Crosbyton, TX 79322US
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