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Pecan Museum of Texas

The purpose of the Pecan Museum of Texas is to promote the pecan industry, educate the public, and honor those individuals and organizations both past and present, that have influenced the establishment of the pecan industry. The museum will enable us to share the pride of one of Guadalupe County’s richest resources – the Pecan.

The Pecan Museum of Texas is home to a collection on loan of B.W. Crawford’s pecan artwork.  Here is a link to an article on his artwork.   Walk through the history of the farming of the pecan be seeing some of the older tools and equipment used to crack and shell this wonderful nut.

When asking Google or locals about things to do and see in the Seguin area, you will sure run in to many who say you just have to see the Big Pecan!  We are home to the World’s Largest Pecan, which is housed outdoors, so you can drop by any time to see it and take pictures.

The museum is open to the public on Tuesday’s, 5pm to 7pm and during public events held throughout the year.  For private tours, please call 830-379-0933.  Admission is by donation.


Contact Us

390 Cordova Road, Seguin, Texas 78155
Phone: (830) 379-0933
Hours of Operation : By Appointment


The Texas Agricultural Education & Heritage Center is a non-profit organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the IRS code.