Event Spaces

Unique Event Spaces for Rental at CTHM

The Museum’s second floor features three elegant settings, The Wofford, Hamilton and Blackwell Rooms, comprising the Friar Thomas Community Facility Center. Rooms can be rented separately or combined to accommodate up to 190 guests. Amenities include a catering kitchen, tables, chairs and audio/video equipment. In addition, the Museum’s exhibit hall is available for rent, as is our lovely outdoor setting, George Bishop Park. Two historic buildings on our campus, the Proctor-Green House and the German-English School, also offer unique, historic venues for special events.

Friar Thomas Community Center (Museum’s Second Floor)

The Wofford Room

32′ x 39.5′ (1,264 sq) – 100 guests

The Hamilton Room

21′ x 39.5′ (829.5 sq) – 50 guests

The Blackwell Room

17.5′ x 39.5′ (691.25 sq) – 40 guests

Wofford Room Round Tables
Hamilton Room with AV Screen
Exhibit hall
Blackwell Room Cocktail Tables
Catering Kitchen

George Bishop Park

Approximately 7,000 square feet outdoor space, bounded by the Museum and our landscaped parking lot. The green space is available for private parties and events, and can accommodate tent set up.

Proctor-Green House

The late-Victorian style Proctor-Green House was constructed in 1882. Restored in 2011-2012, the home is now part of the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum. The 3-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath guest house is beautifully appointed, combining the charm of its gracious past with fully updated conveniences and amenities, including a formal dining room that seats eight. The Proctor-Green House is available through the Museum for lodging and special events.

English German School
English German School classroom
English German School
English German School
El Gallo, Artist Bob Wade
El Gallo, Artist Bob Wade
English German School Community Gardens
English German School Community Gardens

English-German School

CTHM and many generous donors worked together to save Cuero’s original English-German School (c. 1880), and bring it back to the community on our campus. The relocated/renovated house and grounds has become the new home of Cowboy Camp, our popular summer program. The school has become a community hub for yoga and gardening, through the demonstration garden behind the school house. This charming venue with its rustic appeal and modern conveniences, includes a full kitchen and AV in place for presentations.