The Red River Valley Museum proudly presents the William A. Bond Trophy and Game Room, featuring mounted animals from all over the world.
This extraordinary exhibit is popular with children and adults alike. Would you believe you could see a polar bear in
The Berry History and Science Room features items ranging from the prehistory of the
Vernon area to items featuring Roy Orbison and Jack Teagarden, both Vernon natives.
Are you interested in ranching history? The headquarters of the historic Waggoner Ranch are in Vernon, Texas. The museum's
Waggoner Room features exhibits on ranch history as well as sculptures by the talented Electra
Waggoner Biggs and a replica of her art studio.
The Traveling Room Galleries provide a place for temporary exhibits that change approximately every two months.
|Early Vernon History||
In the Early Vernon History Room, glimpses into the businesses, homes and leisure
activities give the visitor a feel for the people who lived here from the mid 1800's.
A collection of area school yearbooks provides entertainment as well as information for
former students as well genealogists.
& Book Store
The museum has a small gift shop and bookstore with a variety of interesting, affordable merchandise.