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Born of One Man’s Passion for History

Located on the campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville, the John E. Conner Museum has a history as old as the university itself. The First Professor of History, John Edwin Conner (1883-1989), began his collection in 1925 and the John E. Conner Museum was organized four years later. Since 1976, the Museum has been located in Loftin Hall, the original student dining hall. With both permanent and temporary exhibits, the Conner Museum continues to stimulate visitors and provide a glimpse into the intriguing story of South Texas. 

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Closed Sundays and most University Holidays
Closed after 4 PM on the 4th Tuesday of the month for the Kleberg County Historical Society Meetings
FREE ADMISSION

American Farmer

Photographer Paul Mobley captures the essence of rural life nationwide in 45 iconic images, in color and black-and-white, accompanied by personal quotes and anecdotes from the subjects themselves. On display at the Conner Museum through May 24. More Info

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Last updated: 05/20/2019