Welcome to The Katy Texas Blog Sign in | Help

The Katy Texas Blog

All the news that is fit to read...about Katy Texas and Its Subdivisions!




Bob is always looking for news about Katy Texas and the surrounding areas. Please e-mail me at bobgilbert2003@msn.com with any news you may feel needs a forum!
Learn Katy History at the Katy Heritage Museum

Learn Katy History at the Katy Heritage Museum

The actual site where old Katy Texas is situated today was once only wide open coastal prairie loaded with abundant wildlife, Native American hunters and numerous birds, ducks and geese . Until the late 1800’s this area was only a stage coach stop between Houston and San Antonio. During 1895 the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad set tracks and when a depot was built in 1898 Katy was already a flourishing small town with new citizens and growth. A majority of these early settlers were farmers who produced rice, cotton and citrus crops.


The Katy Heritage Museum is a 9,600 sq. ft. museum which contains vintage farming equipment and artifacts from Katy’s early agricultural and pioneering days. These items are on display for all to see and learn. There are numerous old photographs, and many unique antiques. The Museum is located at 6002 George Bush Dr. Katy Texas ( Old Katy). The museum is open from 10:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M. every Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday and the first weekend of every month. The best part is the cost is my favorite answer of FREE. Groups can contact the museum for special tours.

Katy Heritage Museum


If you want more information about this historical museum please call 281-391-4840.

If you have any questions about homes for sale or homes for rent in the Katy or Sugarland, Cypress or surrounding areas, contact me at:

bobgilbert2003@msn.com or bob@bobgilbert.com

or visit me on my web site at http://www.katyhomefinder.com

Katy Texas Real Estate Expert


Read my blog at http://bobgilbertblog.com

Bob Gilbert


St Patrick's day image


Published Wednesday, March 7, 2012 5:49 PM by Bob Gilbert

Comment Notification

Subscribe to this post's comments using RSS


No Comments

Leave a Comment