Spot Texas: Vacation back in time at the American Independence Museum in East Texas

BULLARD, Texas (KETK) – The American Liberty Museum in Bullard is a position for all heritage fans to check out.

Right here, you are going to uncover info on every single U.S. president, and some sudden things in the Hall of Presidents like George Washington’s hair!

“We have an initial signed doc from each and every president starting up with George Washington all the way by way of to President Biden,” Jan Hommel, the museum’s director explained.

The American Freedom Museum can take you on a chronological wander of America’s fight for liberty, from the Revolution to the War on Terror. The 15,000 square foot area is total of historic items.

The museum was started out by Stephen Dement, and a vast majority of the objects are from his private collection.

He said his passion for American History commenced at a younger age.

“My adore for record essentially started in substantial university. I had a heritage trainer who instilled a adore for that matter in me. My father was a veteran of Globe War II obtaining fought in the pacific,” Dement included.

He also has some sections of the museum dedicated to his dad.

There are photographs of Dement’s father from Globe War II and his uniform is also on exhibit.

The museum is positioned on The Brook Hill School’s campus, and they are a Christ-centered college prep.

Dement claims the function of it staying at the faculty is to make history lessons more interactive for college students.

The American Freedom Museum is a training museum, which signifies most of the week is focused to school subject visits and instructing college students of all ages about American Record.

The museum director also described history is one particular of the most crucial subjects a pupil can study.

“We have a saying in this article at the museum, it is unattainable to chart programs for the long run with out comprehending the journeys of the previous, so that is our motivation to instill our prosperous heritage in our students so they will know what their legacy is, what their heritage is and then be in a position to make wise options for the upcoming,” Dement reported.

The museum’s most recent addition is an out of doors portion that opened in Oct.

“It begins with the Chilly War and there’s a 36 panel stroll that you go on. (It) will take you all the way to 9/11,” Hommel explained.

They are constantly including new exhibits, so there is always a thing new to study.

The museum is open up to the community on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am-3pm.

You can approach your check out right here.