Humble Walking Tour courtesy of the Humble Museum

Humble Museum (Block 4)

Humble Museum today

Today (above)

Back then...

A big, two-story structure originally stood in this location. Lloyd Long owned and operated a bar and domino parlor. Alton Young's package store was in the same building.

Two-story building

Humble State Bank This building was originally the built as the third home of the Humble State Bank. The building opened on August 18, 1956.

Humble State Bank, 1956

Humble State Bank, 1956

Humble ISD Administration Building - The school district purchased the building in May 1970 for use as the new district administration offices. The district used this building until January 1974.

Centel Telephone - It next became the home of the Centel Telephone Company.

Humble Museum - The building was purchased by the Humble Museum in 1988. After 30 years at this location, the building suffered some damage during Hurricane Harvey in 2018. Due to additional problems with the building, the City of Humble is moving the Humble Museum to the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center property.

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