123 Liberal St.
Dalhart, TX 79022-2732
Phone: (806) 244-6464
Fax: (806) 244-5003
Arts & Museums
Local artists gather to work together at this gallery that always has a wonderful collection of paintings and sculptures by featured renowned area artists and local artists on display. Tours are available.
One of the best County museums in the State, this heritage museum is filled with displays and artifacts that depict life in Moore County throughout its history. Guided tours are available that explain each display and the history behind them.
The Window on the Plains Museum offers an insight into the daily lives of those who resided within the Texas Panhandle during the 19th and 20th Centuries. The museum is home to a variety of intriguing exhibits that shed light upon the farming, ranching, business and industrial activities that characterized daily life on the plains. The exhibits include accurate and detailed replicas of various buildings and scenes, including the Phillips and Son General Store, ranch houses, country homes and even an entire street scene from the 1900s. The array of exhibits and artifacts on display is vast and varied; from farming tools, tractors, a complete windmill, carriages and military memorabilia, to wildlife exhibits and telephones, at the Window on the Plains Museum you will find a seemingly endless array of discoveries around every corner. The adjoining Art Center hosts a variety of workshops throughout the year, alongside temporary art exhibitions showcasing local artists and art work.