Welcome

To The Saints' Roost Museum

 

Saints’ Roost Museum, housed in the 1910 Adair Hospital, preserves the unique heritage of Donley County pioneer life, and is a monument to the people of the Texas Panhandle, then and now.

Come experience the past, where the pioneer spirit and the history of the Texas Panhandle is captured in exhibits remembering namesake Cornelia Adair, her husband John Adair, legendary cattleman Charles Goodnight, and the historic JA Ranch and the cowboys who called the first cattle ranch in the Panhandle home.

 

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ONGOING EXHIBITS

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UPCOMING EVENTS

RECENT NEWS

 

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Posted By: Amy Thornberry
Updated: 10/30/2021
12:00 AM
Jack Ramey's Crosstimber team from Mustang, Oklahoma, repeats as the overall champion of the 27th Annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuck Wagon Cook Off September 25, 2021, at the Saints' Roost Museum. . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Jon Michael Jones
Updated: 7/31/2020
10:43 AM
Saints’ Roost Museum is continuing the development of plans for its “Wheels of History” Transportation Complex. The complex will house: a 1906 Bain Chuck Wagon, restored and donated by Johnny Brumley; a 1923-24 Model T donated by Dr. Keith C. Hudson; a buggy purchased b . . . Read More of This Article

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