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Texas Highway Patrol Museum

The Texas Highway Patrol Museum chronicles the lives of Department of Public Safety officers past and present, while honoring the 74 troopers who have been slain while in the service of the people of Texas. Collections include vintage uniforms, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow photographs, and officer memorabilia.

The museum offers exhibits and programs on drunk driving and personal safety.

 
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