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Great Chiefs Exhibit
Buffalo Soldier Exhibit
Buffalo Soldier Exhibit
Masks Required Logo - A silhouette of a cowboy wearing a mask

National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

  • 2029 N. Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • Region: East
  • Phone: (817) 922-9999

Quanah Parker was in the first group of Hall of Fame inductees in 2003. He is one of only 63 current inductees.

Facility Info
  • Description

    The National Multicultural Western Heritage Hall of Fame was founded to give recognition to the outstanding pioneers who played a role in settling the early American western frontier. The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum and Hall of Fame also acknowledges individuals that have contributed to the western culture and tradition and play a part in keeping this important piece of American History alive. There are several featured exhibits such as the Tuskgee Airmen and the Buffalo Soldiers .

  • Largest Room 2500
  • Total Sq. Ft. 5000
  • Reception Capacity 120
  • Theatre Capacity 120
  • Auditorium: Max Seating Capacity 0
  • Outside Space: Banquet Style Seating Capacity 40
  • Outside Space: Reception Style Seating Capacity 40
  • Exclusive Audio/Visual Provider true
  • Largest Room: Banquet Style Seating Capacity 80
  • Largest Room: Classroom Style Seating Capacity 120
  • Largest Room: Theater Style Seating Capacity 120
  • Largest Room: Ceiling Height 16
  • Largest Room: Reception Style Seating Capacity 120
  • Smallest Room: Seating Capacity 0
  • Number of Meeting Rooms 1
  • Exhibit Space: Number of 8x10 booths 10
  • On-site Audio/Visual true
  • On-Site Kitchen true
  • Outdoor Event Space true
  • Square Footage: Largest Meeting Room 2500
  • Square Footage: Smallest Meeting Room 0
  • Total Venue Capacity 100
  • Banquet Capacity 80
  • Number of Rooms 1
  • Classroom Capacity 120