Address:
1220 Coryell St.
League City, TX 77573

Map

Phone Number:
(281) 332-1393

Hours:
Mon-Tues-Wed
10am - 4pm
Thurs
10am - 7pm
Fri-Sat
10am - 4pm
Sun
scheduled tours and events only

Ticket Prices:
subject to change
Adult: $10
Child (6-12): $9
Senior: $9
Military: $9
Children < 6: free


Thank You to Our Major Sponsors:
Platinum: HomeTown Bank, Albemarle Corporation
Diamond:
JSC Federal Credit Union Horizon Club
Silver:
Bob Taylor & Sandy Howell, Butler's Courtyard, Dee Scott Insurance

Welcome to the Butler Longhorn Museum and Heritage Park! Located in League City, Texas, the museum tells the unique story of the iconic breed of Texas longhorn cattle in addition to possessing a one-of-a-kind collection of western art and artifacts. Feel free to explore all the links in the sidebar to the left, or just come visit us and see what we're all about!

Main Entrance


Featured Artists

The artists below have their work on display and for sale at the museum. In addition, we always have other artists being featured in our third floor art gallery. Please check the museum calendar for all other upcoming art shows.


Kathy Winkler Studio


Kathy Winkler is an award-winning artist with a special love for Western subjects, particularly longhorn cattle, bison, and horses. Winkler's work is on display at the museum and all pieces are available for purchase. For more information on Winkler and her work, please visit her website:

www.kathywinklerstudio.com





Richard Eastman Design



Richard G. Eastman is an award-winning and talented local artist with showings throughout the greater Houston area. He not only creates beautifully vibrant paintings but also unique pottery, sure to appeal to any art lover. Eastman's work is on display at the museum and all pieces are available for purchase. For more information on Eastman and his work, please visit his website:

www.richardeastmandesign.com





Kelly Halbach Art



Kelly Halbach is a local artist who works in several mediums but specializes in watercolor paintings of local marine wildlife. Halbach's work is on display at the museum and all pieces are available for purchase. For more information on Halbach and her work, please visit her website:

www.kellyhalbachart.com