The OS Museum, the Garza County Historical Museum, and the Heritage House will provide you with art and history unsurpassed by any other city in West Texas.
Post has all sorts of hidden treasures that you'll need to come and experience for yourself! We have everything from fine clothing boutiques, contemporary gifts and home furnishings, antiques, and books! Post has everything for your shopping and gift giving needs.
Come make a day of it! Re-energize after shopping at any of our restaurants.
Antiques and Gifts:
Buffalo Creek Threads
Free Range Exchange
R. C. Trading Post
La Posta Fashion
KD's @ Twins
8th Day Customs
Maurines Flower Shop/ Hudman’s Greenhouse
Beautiful Beginnings by Yaya
301 E. Main
Post, Texas 79356
Jack & Jill Donuts
Mooseknuckles Bar & Grill
Papa D’s Ice Cream
508 N. Broadway
102 N Broadway
Post, Texas 79356
402 S. Broadway
Cross H Ranch Outfitters
(806)629-4359 or (806)778-0371
Located 10 miles east of Post on Hwy 380, provide lease or day hunting. Trophy hunts for White-tailed deer, also hunt Dove, Quail/ Blue & Bobwhite, & Wild Feral Hogs. Lease or Day Hunts. Guided Hunts, Lodging, & Kennels available.
located 10 miles South of Post on FM Hwy 669 on 20,000 acres. Trophy White tailed deer and Aoudad sheep. Yearly lease available for Quail hunting. Wild hop hunting also available. Fully updated lodge.
Miller Bros. Big Game
Ben Miller, Outfitter & Guide
located 25 miles south of Post, Trophy hunts for White-tailed Deer, Aoudad Sheep and Rio Grande Turkey take place on approx. 30,000 acres of private ranchland. Lodge with modern conveniences, assistance with local processing, guided hunts.
Lake Alan Henry
Location: 45 miles south of Lubbock and 4 miles east of Justiceburg on the Double Mountain of the Brazos River
Two Draw Lake
P. O. Box 744
Post, TX 79456
White River Lake
Location: 25 miles south of Crosbyton on the White River, a tributary of the Salt Fork of the Brazos River
Ragtown Gospel Theater, a 400 seat theater nestled in the beautiful caprock, is designed to look like a street in old Jerusalem. It features southern gospel music and a series of plays focusing on apostles and individuals who had direct contact with Jesus during his time on earth. With original productions by the Polk family presented weekends year round, crowds come from all over to enjoy this unparelled experience. Come see for yourself! Click here for more information.
127 East Main Street
Our exhibits change approximately three times yearly, so there’s always something new in the gallery.
The OS Ranch Foundation was created by Giles C. McCrary and family. The museum was built to house the art and artifact collection they have gathered around the world. The gallery is located in the room that was designed as the meeting room for the community, here in the building C.W. Post built in 1911, to house the offices of his Land and Cattle Company.
We hope you enjoy your visit to the Museum. Please tell your friends and neighbors about us. Better yet, bring them with you next time you visit.
119 North Ave. N.
The Garza County Historical Museum was originally the Post Sanitarium. In 1964, it was declared a Texas Historical Landmark, in 1966, the Mason Memorial Building and in 1977 was put on the National Register of Historic Places.
In recent years, the museum has been renovated with central heat/air, new carpeting, new roof, rewiring, new ceilings, redecorated rooms and additional second floor access via a newly installed elevator. Check here for the latest information.
109 North Ave. N
This two story apartment building originally built in 1913 has been totally renovated and developed into an historical resource, research center and library. The center has meeting rooms, a banquet area, family history research center, lifestyle exhibits and houses the home office for the Caprock Cultural Association. Check here for the latest information.