Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Heritage Hall and Coleman Museum

400 West College Avenue
Coleman, Texas

The historic Heritage Hall building was originally built in 1917 and was home to the First Presbyterian Church. In 2005, the church members made the decision to donate the building to the Coleman heritage, Arts, and Preservation Society, a local 501 ( c ) (3) dedicated to the preservation of Coleman's rich history and the presentation of the arts and culture.

Today, Heritage hall is home to Coleman Museum as well as The Gallery at Heritage Hall, with plans in the works for special events such as Museum Movie Night, poetry readings, one act plays etc. The museum holds many unique artifacts donated by Coleman county residents throughout the years, as well as a gift shop so you can take a part of your experience home. The Gallery at Heritage Hall showcases a variety of media and styles and represents many artists from right here in Coleman County.

Heritage Hall is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. For more information please visit  www.chapstx.org  or contact us via email at  colemanmuseumgallery@gmail.com  or by phone at 325-625-2000.

Board of Directors

Joshua Meadows
President Kathy Andrews
Vice President

Trena Claywell

Farrah Meadows
Secretary / Art Director

Yolinda Weston
Director of Museum
Coleman County Chamber of Commerce,
Agriculture and Tourist Bureau

218 Commercial Avenue
Coleman, Texas 76834