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Lake Jackson Historical Museum

Lake Jackson Historical Museum

Visitors to the Lake Jackson Historical Museum can experience life in the Lake Jackson area from prehistoric times to the present.

Guests are entertained through dozens of video presentations, hands-on exhibits and interactive displays. Visitors can experience life in the Lake Jackson area from prehistoric times to the present. The 12,000 square-foot museum features four eras, or "heritage's," of Lake Jackson: the prehistoric era, the plantation era, the development of the area's petrochemical industry during World War II and finally the birth and growth of modern Lake Jackson.

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