White Deer Land Museum

A visit to the White Deer Land Museum at 112 S. Cuyler offers an interesting glimpse into the early years of Pampa and Gray County. The museum is located in the building which was the last headquarters of the White Deer Land Company (1886-1957), organized after English bondholders foreclosed on the Francklyn Land and Cattle Company, formed in 1882 with some 631,000 acres in what became Gray, Roberts, Carson and Hutchinson Counties. The Company was a strong influence in settlement of the area.  The firm managers were George Tyng, T.D. Hobart, C.P. Buckler and M.K. Brown.

The Museum was organized in 1970 and the adjacent Holland Wing at 112 S. Cuyler was remodeled in 1995.  The annext at 124 S. Cuyler was acquire in 1988, remodeled in 2007 and now contains one of the largest collections of Red River War artifacts in the Texas Panhandle.

The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Special tours are available by appointment. For more information call 806-669-8041.