The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame offers a variety of educational opportunities for all ages to learn about the indelible influence of the cowgirl on the West, forever changing the American identity. Broaden your horizons through exhibits, programming, and multiple interactive outreach options. Please check our calendar of events for upcoming programming.
The Museum Speakers Bureau consists of experienced staff eager to illuminate your understanding of the significance of the cowgirl. Whether the audience is a class, organization, or business, speakers are available to share stories of leadership and determination from Western history. Contact our Education Department to help you select a speaker and speaking topics that will meet your objective. Call 817-509-8960 for scheduling.
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Traveling Trunk has become a standard teaching tool for many educators and librarians in the North Texas area. It contains cowboy/cowgirl artifacts, a teacher resource guide, and books written for a variety of reading levels. It can be used before or after a Museum visit, or as part of your curriculum to encourage students to learn about cowgirls, settlers, and pioneers who helped shape the West. The trunk can be checked out for a two week period on a first-come, first-served basis with a completed request form and $25 refundable deposit. Click here for Trunk Request form.
Girl Scout Patch Program
In collaboration with the Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains, Inc, the Museum offers an opportunity to earn the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Scout badge. Click here for a list of the Girl Scout patch requirements and click here to download a Girl Scout Reservation Form to visit the Museum. Please see our calendar of events for future Girl Scout programs.
For more information about any of the programs listed above, please contact the Museum at 817-336-4475 or e-mail us.