• Museum Executive Director Sally Copley displays a photo of astronaut Robert L. Crippen of New Caney


Explore the themed galleries of Montgomery County history and the people, places and events that have made it what it is today.


 Discover “Pioneer Camp”, an event for students from ages 8-11 filled with information and activities relating to the way pioneers lived, worked and played together.


Gift Shop

Browse our gift shop and select from an array of handcrafted and novel gift items as well as Lone Star Flags and other Texana items.


Special Events

Visit our “Special Events” page to get the dates, times and latest information about all of the exciting events at the Museum


The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, a sesquicentennial project started in 1985, features exhibits chronicling the county’s roots, from the lumber and oil industries to the everyday lives of Montgomery County residents. The Museum is housed in the historic Grogan/Cochran home, built in 1924. Read more.



On behalf of the board members of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, we want to say THANK YOU to all of our sponsors. We sincerely appreciate your being an advocate for the programs and events at the Museum, past, present and future.

With your ongoing support, the many programs and projects have enabled children throughout the county to gain valuable tools and resources. Their education will be enhanced by understanding how pioneers lived, farmed, played and learned during early Montgomery County.

Your donations will result in long lasting benefits for children in the community by helping our school districts to ensure quality education and to increase family engagement in our schools.

We appreciate your commitment to families and children.

The Board Members of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County want to thank ALL of our sponsors who generously donate to our projects during the year. If you would like to become a sponsor for the museum, please call Sally Copley, Executive Director, at 936-539-6873.

The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County is a qualified federal income tax exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  The museum qualifies for the maximum charitable deduction for bequests, legacies, devises, transfers of gifts of money or property to the museum. Therefore, your bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, and gifts are deductible to the full extent allowed by law.