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Overland Trail Museum


category : Museums
Named for historic trail that once passed its front door, small museum was former home, office and shop of Nick Mersfelter, early resident who was justice of the peace, barber, and area music master. Austrian-born Mersfelter could play almost any instrument, was once member of San Antonio Philharmonic Orchestra. Pioneer ranch, trail, and law enforcement artifacts.


Admission: Admission fee.
Hours: Open Wed. - Sun. afternoons in summer

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