Nave Museum

Coastal Plains

This small Greek Revival temple just outside downtown was constructed as a museum dedicated to Texan artist Royston Nave in 1932. The exhibits, which rotate every few months, run the gamut of styles but pull heavily from local Texas talents, both famous and obscure.

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