After deciding not to renew its agreement with the city, the Butler Longhorn Museum will move out of the Walter Hall house and look for a new home.

Emma Collins: 409-683-5230; emma.collins@galvnews.com.


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(4) comments

Lena Gilley

Glad the City ain’t wasting anymore money on Butler Museum! It just not interesting enough! Should be a little space some where where they can sit up a display! Like city hall or chamber of commerce!

Sarah Clark Konopik


John Dupla

don't think you've actually seen it, if so what is the main feature on the second floor?

John Dupla

Those that condemn the Butler Museum are ignorant of how League City officials have undermined them for years. The city first used city employees to refurbish the building which resulted in a total rebuild by qualified contractors. Then a city mayor known for making under table deal with developers ( see Glenn Cove bridge) sat his eyes on it.. The museum sits on 10 acres of prime real estate The fact the city has been after this parcel of land for years. The only way to get it was to act as if it's the museums fault and to convince people to go along with their lies. To replace the museum will cost millions of dollars way more than what it would cost to keep it. I doubt that the people are for it's demise has never been to the museum or even have a conception of museums are for.

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