Humble Museum - Saving the Past for the Future

The mission of the Humble Museum is to preserve the history of the Humble Area. Thanks to the gracious support of the City of Humble, there is no admission fees for the museum.


Dr. R. Chris Davis, a history professor and Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Humble Museum, was recently named as a Lone Star College - Kingwood Faculty Excellence Award Winner. See the video here.

The Humble Museum participated in the CIty of Humble's Good Oil Days on April 6, 2019
The Humble Museum had a booth to buy books, souvies and raffle tickets, and also provided tours of the McKay Clinic. We also provided a website with a Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Humble that visitors could use on their phones.

Donate to the Humble Museum
The Humble Museum is using its reserve funds to pay for a complete rebuild of all displays and presentaitons in the museum. We are currently raising funds to help with the costs for the rebuild of the displays.

Please consider donating the museum fund to help cover these costs:


The Humble Museum is moving!
The Humble Museum building suffered leaks in Hurricane Harvey. During attempts to repair the building (219 E Main), additional structural issues were discovered that make repair of that building impractical. The City of Humble is renovating the old Charles Bender Band Hall building to be the new home of the Humble Museum.

Humble Museum today
Walking Tour
Books