The Humble Museum

The history of the cities of Humble and Lake Houston is on display at the Humble Museum. On Saturday, November 14, 2020, there was a ceremony to open and dedicate the museum. A huge audience turned out, for the wonderful day. It is a rich source of knowledge. It has yearbooks and local newspapers in its research center, which also has an excellent genealogy library. Everyone is welcome to use the Research Center.

The Humble Museum is a Texas non-profit organization. A Board of Directors and the Humble Museum Foundation are in charge of running the Humble Museum. The Friends of the Humble Museum and private donations supplement the funding provided principally by the City of Humble.

As a result of the city’s bicentennial celebrations, the Humble Museum first opened its doors as the Humble Bicentennial Museum in 1976. On Higgins Street, on the west side of the train tracks, the city constructed a museum building. The museum acquired the former Centel Telephone facility at 219 Main Street, on the east side of the train lines, in the late 1980s. Hurricane Harvey caused damage to this structure, causing the museum to shut down in August 2017.

The Humble Area Genealogical Society has donated the genealogy library, which has materials from all around the country. Additionally, there are a number of newspapers from the collection of the Humble Museum, including issues of the Humble Observer, Tribune, Humble Echo, and others. There are physical copies of some of them in the research room, and the computers also include scans of other issues. The room has many physical copies of the yearbooks from Humble High School as well as scans of about 900 yearbooks from all the Humble ISD schools. There are several additional historical papers in the room, and more are always being added.

Excellent displays and a sizable collection of local history artifacts are available. This is a fantastic location to learn about the town’s past. A fascinating location to take out-of-town visitors as well as newcomers to the neighborhood. It has so much knowledge that it would take more than a month to learn all that has occurred in this important city since it was founded. Each artifact has received particular attention. The decorations are beautiful and distinctive. The exhibitions also explore a wide range of events that affected this community and nation over time. Visitors to the region, as well as locals in Houston and the surrounding areas, must experience it.

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