Visit The Grace
The Grace Museum is a place for all ages to explore art, history and creativity. Our 1909 building was originally the Hotel Grace, and was built to welcome travelers on the railroad. Since 1992, The Grace Museum has been a cornerstone to Abilene’s downtown revival into a welcoming center of the arts, dining and family activities for this dynamic west Texas town.
We hope you will enjoy your visit to The Grace Museum and will return to visit often!
FREE on Thursday Nights 5-8pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
New Year: Closed January 1
Good Friday: Closed April 7
Independence Day: Closed July 4
Thanksgiving: Closed November 22-24
Christmas: Closed December 25-31
$3 Children ages 4-17, Seniors 65+, Students & Educators (with ID), Non-Active Duty Military (with ID)
FREE Children ages 0-3, Museum Members, Active Duty Military & Families (with ID)
102 Cypress Street
Abilene, TX 79601
The Grace Museum is fully accessible for our physically challenged visitors. There is a wheelchair ramp on the North 1st Street side of the Museum for access to the building, an elevator for access to all floors, and wheelchair accessible restrooms. In addition, there is a wheelchair available for visitor use upon request.
The Grace Museum offers two parking areas adjacent to our building along North 1st Street. We welcome our patrons to park in either of these areas. Reserved spaces are available for Handicapped Parking Only.
Interested in a School Tour? Check out our information for Educators.