Governor Dolph Briscoe and his wife Janey envisioned a Museum that would preserve the stories of struggle and perseverance of people who held a vision — and who worked to make it come to life. By supporting the Briscoe Western Art Museum you will be part of this timeless effort!
Your charitable contribution helps to preserve and present the history, art, and culture of the American West. The West represents opportunity, possibility, and cherished values that resonate with people of the past and present. With your help, we will preserve the legacy of the American West for future generations.
You are invited to visit the museum for a private tour to learn more about the needs of this young cultural institution.
ca. 1975, wood, steel, leather Built by Jay Lambert, Briscoe Museum Collection Purchased with funds provided by The Mark C. Lemons Foundation
FREERecipients of SNAP, WIC, and MAP receive free admission through Museums for All, a cooperative which encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums. Simply present an EBT card and a photo ID.