American Cowboy Museum

GHCVB Member
(713) 478-9677
11822 Almeda Road | Houston, TX 77045
Hobby Airport/Third Ward

The mission of the American Cowboy Museum is to preserve the western heritage of Native Americans, Blacks, Hispanics and women. Housed in an area of the Century-Euro Taylor-Stevenson Ranch, the museum offers tours, exhibits, oral historians who offer stories and lectures dressed in native attire and hands-on activities.

The founder, Mollie Taylor-Stevenson, Jr. and her mother were the first living African Americans inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Ft. Worth, Texas. In 1988, Mollie Stevenson, Sr., and Mollie Stevenson, Jr. founded and continue to operate the museum in the effort to preserve the multicultural history of the West.

Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau - Member

Museums and Attractions
  • Hours: 9am-6pm by appointment only
  • Admission: $9 children $12Adults Children under 5 free
  • Group Rates
  • Senior Rates
  • Child Rates
  • Student Rates
  • Gift Shop
  • Private Room for Special Events
  • ADA Accessible
  • Requirement for Chaperone/Student Ratio: 1/10
  • Motorcoach Parking
  • Advance Notice Required for Groups
  • Cancellation Policy for Groups
  • Deposit Required for Groups
  • ADA Accessible
Meeting Facility
  • Banquet Capacity: 50
  • Reception Capacity: 50
  • Audio/Visual
  • Facility Buy Out For Special Event