A step in the door of Merkel's area historic museum and you know this isn't a run of the mill museum. Collections of artifacts from a number of historic events, from military memorabilia to Native American arrowheads, line the displays of the 13,000 square foot buildng. Museum director, Larry Gill is an expert on every bit of history and is willing to share to anyone who wants to learn about Merkel history. KTAB 4u's Matthew Torres paid a visit to the museum and got a sneak peek into the interesting history of the Windmill city.
Area Historical Museum
1501 N 7th St.
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
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