I love what the museum is providing for the community but I wouldn't visit the actual museum ever again. I felt like a lot of history was sugar coated. I want the real stories told. Maybe I missed it but what the black lgbt experience in the army? Some of these things are hard to talk about but it's a conversation that needs to be had.
We have a national treasure in Houston. You need to go ASAP and learn about the heroes whose stories weren't taught in school. There are exhibits running from the Revolutionary War through to Desert Storm and astronauts. Whether you're interested in weaponry or individual stories, they have you covered. Go!
A lot of history is contained within this relatively small space. This museum showcases exhibits dating back to the American Civil War all the way through to 21st century Astronauts. Much to learn and much to consider regarding African-Americans presence in the United States armed forces. Tip. Admission is free on Thursdays from 1PM to 5PM. Enjoy ☺
They have events all the time here. Vendors selling food, clothing, jewelry and much more. Drink are available as well. Not to mention the museum itself is very informative and so much culture.
It's a nice place to burn a hour if you take your time. Not worth the price, interesting artifacts and pieces of history though! This is one of the few places you can bring to teach the kids about local American history.
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