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Smithsonian WaterWays Exhibit

July 17-Aug 28, 2021


Personalized Honorary Paver

Here’s a great gift idea for the Texas lover in your life!

A personalized honorary paver at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum. A gift that supports the museum and leaves a family legacy. Pavers come in two size options, 15×15 ($300) and 30×30 ($1200), and are handcrafted in Fredericksburg, Texas.

Please complete the fillable Personalized Honorary Paver PDF below and email to info@chisholmtrailmuseum.org. Next proceed to make your payment via appropriate PayPal link below.

Personalized Honorary Paver PDF Form

Download the Paver Order Form & E-mail to the CTH Museum

Purchase 15x15 Paver


Purchase 30x30 Paver


Contact us with any questions (361) 277-2866.


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