Alden B. Dow Office Museum
Then and Now
See for yourself the fully restored and recreated 1943 office Alden B. Dow used to design the city of Lake Jackson’s buildings and winding streets. One of the first buildings constructed in the city, it housed many of Lake Jackson’s firsts; including the post office, city hall, barber shop, and much more.
The Office now houses the area's 1943 history. Experience life in a new town during World War II. Discover early printing techniques, the rationing system and solve a crime like Cap Brown.
101 S. Parking Place
Open by Appointment
Admission is Free
Donations are Appreciated
Call 979-297-1570 for more information or to arrange a tour.
The Lake Jackson Historical Association reserves the right to photograph program participants and visitors. Please be aware that these photos are for the use of the Association only and may be published for publicity purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please notify staff.