Muehlbrad-Albers City Park The Carmine city park was created by the generous donations of the land to the City of Carmine by Mr. & Mrs. Emil Albers and Mr. & Mrs. Fred Muehlbrad.  The vision and hard work of local leaders and community volunteers with the donation of materials, labor, money and time to clear and shape the land and construct and install playground equipment, benches, picnic tables, barbecue pits and the bridge across the creek and the pavilion created the park over the course of four years.  The park was dedicated in 1982 as a community park for all to enjoy. In 2010, after six years of planning and raising money, which enabled the city to receive grants from Texas parks and Wildlife and the LCRA, the city installed sidewalks, new playground equipment, picnic tables, benches, more barbecue pits and lighting, as well as refurbishing some of the existing equipment and making the restrooms ADA compliant. The park and the pavilion are available to rent for special events by calling 979.278.3273.

Muehlbrad-Albers City Park

The Carmine city park was created by the generous donations of the land to the City of Carmine by Mr. & Mrs. Emil Albers and Mr. & Mrs. Fred Muehlbrad.  The vision and hard work of local leaders and community volunteers with the donation of materials, labor, money and time to clear and shape the land and construct and install playground equipment, benches, picnic tables, barbecue pits and the bridge across the creek and the pavilion created the park over the course of four years.  The park was dedicated in 1982 as a community park for all to enjoy.

In 2010, after six years of planning and raising money, which enabled the city to receive grants from Texas parks and Wildlife and the LCRA, the city installed sidewalks, new playground equipment, picnic tables, benches, more barbecue pits and lighting, as well as refurbishing some of the existing equipment and making the restrooms ADA compliant.

The park and the pavilion are available to rent for special events by calling 979.278.3273.

Basketball Museum The Texas Basketball Museum located halfway between Austin and Houston, Texas just one block south of highway 290, had its Grand Opening on June 14, 2009 and over 500 visitors in the first year enjoyed the great display of memorabilia of Legends of the Past, all from the High School ranks to the Professionals.  Visitors from as far aways as Sweden, Switzerland, England, Germany and Brazil have made the stop into the Basketball centerpiece of Texas. Two things are in common, everyone that is recognized in the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame and displayed in the Museum, are all from Texas where they played or coached high school basketball.  So, if you are a lover of Basketball, its a good stop to stretch your legs and take in all of the displays that feature items from the Olympics, including uniforms, vintage basketballs, whistles, cards, games, trophies, photographs, shoes, knee pads, stamps, first day covers, banners, and signatures of the greats. Please call in advance for large parties at 1-800-364-HOOP (4667) or contact us at texasbkb@swbell.net     For more information go to our website  www.texasbasketball.com

Basketball Museum

The Texas Basketball Museum located halfway between Austin and Houston, Texas just one block south of highway 290, had its Grand Opening on June 14, 2009 and over 500 visitors in the first year enjoyed the great display of memorabilia of Legends of the Past, all from the High School ranks to the Professionals.  Visitors from as far aways as Sweden, Switzerland, England, Germany and Brazil have made the stop into the Basketball centerpiece of Texas.

Two things are in common, everyone that is recognized in the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame and displayed in the Museum, are all from Texas where they played or coached high school basketball.  So, if you are a lover of Basketball, its a good stop to stretch your legs and take in all of the displays that feature items from the Olympics, including uniforms, vintage basketballs, whistles, cards, games, trophies, photographs, shoes, knee pads, stamps, first day covers, banners, and signatures of the greats.

Please call in advance for large parties at 1-800-364-HOOP (4667) or contact us at texasbkb@swbell.net    

For more information go to our website  www.texasbasketball.com

Train Depot and Museum Located at 248 Sylvan Street, the building housing the museum was the actual Southern Pacific Railroad Depot building for the City of Carmine.  Through the generous donation of the land by Mrs. Gladys J. Krause and the building by Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Wagner, the depot, which had been moved out of the city of Carmine was returned to the city and restored to become the city’s historical museum.  Numerous area residents have donated historical items for the museum and today it provides a historical review of Carmine dating back to its founding in 1883. The museum is open on the second and fourth Fridays and Saturdays of every month from 10 AM to 2 PM. Special tours may be arranged by calling 979.277.4613

Train Depot and Museum

Located at 248 Sylvan Street, the building housing the museum was the actual Southern Pacific Railroad Depot building for the City of Carmine.  Through the generous donation of the land by Mrs. Gladys J. Krause and the building by Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Wagner, the depot, which had been moved out of the city of Carmine was returned to the city and restored to become the city’s historical museum. 

Numerous area residents have donated historical items for the museum and today it provides a historical review of Carmine dating back to its founding in 1883.

The museum is open on the second and fourth Fridays and Saturdays of every month from 10 AM to 2 PM.

Special tours may be arranged by calling 979.277.4613