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Caldwell County Historical Museum
The Caldwell County Museum, built in 1908-09 to serve as the Caldwell County Jail, represents a rare example of the Norman castellated style of architecture. Located on the site of the county's first log jail (1855-1858), this five-story red brick structure contains nine main cells, each divided into smaller compartments on the upper three floors. A basement was used for storage and the ground floor was the residence for the County Sheriff.
Caldwell County Museum located at 315 East Market Street.
Operated by the Caldwell County Historical Commission, the museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. or you may schedule an appointment by calling (512) 398-5879.  The museum is located at 315 East Market Street, Lockhart, Texas.

You may also view the Caldwell County Historical Commission's website for additional information about history of Caldwell County.

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