The Humle Museum building was damaged during Hurricane Harvey, and will be closed until further notice.

The Humble Museum preserves the history of the Humble, Texas area.  Throughout the museum are displayed stories, photos and artifacts collected throughout the area. 

There is no charge to enter the museum and enjoy learning about our city's history.  Funds for operation of the museum are provided by the City of Humble, members of the Humble Museum Society, donations from visitors, and the sale of museum gift shop items.


Speaker Series

For more information, visit the Speaker Series at the Humble Museum news page.


The Humble Museum held a special open house to celebrate it's 40th anniversary.  The open house was held on Saturday, July 31, 2016, from 10:30 AM until 2:30 PM.  Both the Humble Museum and the McKay Clinic Medical Museum wiere be open for tours.  it also featured a proclamation from the City of Humble celebrating the contributions of former Humble Museum President Amelia Shrader.

 

 

Humble's History

Images of America: Humble
is on sale at the museum

Research Project on downtown Humble

Contribute to our historical research on downtown Humble.
Click here to find out how.

 

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Humble Echo 

Click here to read copies of the
Humble Echo at the
Portal to Texas History