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Invisible Diamonds

Invisible Diamonds

Scholars gather to speak on amateur black baseball during segregation of the 1930s through early 1960s. Speakers will start at the top of the hour, every hour.

Free Second Sunday: March 13

Student-Produced Dome Show

Students Study Civil Rights

Students from Columbia Heights Elementary School have studied the Civil Rights movement and captured their lessons through art. The museum will use their artwork in a new dome show.

Starting Feb. 15, 2016

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Regular Operating Hours

 
Monday - Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
 
Sunday
Noon to 5 p.m.
 

General Admission  

 
Adults (12-64) $8
Seniors (65 and older) $7
Children (3 - 11), Military w/ID
$6
Members Free
Groups of 10 $4/person
Second Sunday of the Month* Free
 
More: Group Tours                More: Student Tours
 
 

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Directions to the Museum

The Institute of Texan Cultures is located at 801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., at the corner of Chavez and Tower of the Americas Way (formerly Durango and Bowie). It is easiest to access from Southbound I-37, via the Chavez exit.  
 
*Suspended during Texas Folklife Festival/June
 

Calendar

Asian Festival 2016

Asian Festival Find out more

Texas Frontier Week 2016

Spring Break Find out more

Children's Naturalization Ceremony

Public Ceremony Find out more

Naturalization

Public Ceremony Find out more

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News

Year of the Monkey

Asian Festival 2016 is Feb. 13, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Find out more

Spring 2016 Docent Class Forming

Museum seeks volunteers for tour guide and interpreter positions. Find out more

Honoring Texas Military Members Student Exhibit

Brandeis High School students prepare shadow boxes and oral histories on Texas service members, prepare companion exhibit to ITC's "Our Part of... Find out more

"Their" Part of Victory

WWII Veterans receive free admission to ITC's "Our Part of Victory" exhibit. Find out more

Texans in WWII

Nearly 750,000 Texans served during World War II. From the men, women, and children directly engaged in war efforts to the common Texan abiding by... Find out more

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