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Permian Basin Petroleum Museum


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Walk under an ancient sea, parade through downtown Boomtown, then literally feel the ground shake beneath you with the force of a nitroglycerin explosion. This interactive museum, spread over 40 acres, takes you step by step through the dynamic search for black gold. Life sized murals, ancient artifacts and colorful memorabilia help you relive the Basin's turbulent past. Also featured are the largest collection of Tom Lovell paintings and antique drilling equipment in the nation. The Transportation Gallery is the new home for Jim Hall's Chaparral Race Cars.


Admission: Adults $8.00 - Ages 12-17 & Seniors 65+: $6.00 - Ages (6 11) $5.00 - Under 6, Free.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, 2 PM to 5 PM
closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
Address: 1500 Interstate 20 West
Phone: 432-683-4403
Our Email: info@petroleummuseum.org
Our Website:www.petroleummuseum.org
Special group tours and admission fees are available upon request. Wheel Chairs and children's strollers are available no charge.

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