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Columbus Historical Preservation Trust and Museums [TX]

The Columbus Historical Preservation Trust operates the 1886 Stafford Opera House and Museum, Dilue Rose Harris House Museum, Alley Log Cabin and Tool Museum, Tate-Senftenburg-Brandon House Museum, and the the Mary Elizabeth Hopkins Santa Claus Museum. The Dilue Harris house, Tate-Senftenburg-Brandon house, and Santa Claus museum are listed separately within this database. The opera house is Texas' largest flat-floored opera house in existence today.

The opera house offers dramatic performances and dinners. The trust also offers exhibits within its other museums, educational workshops, and seminars. Reservations are required for groups of seven or more who would like a historic house tour.

 
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