The League City Historical Society (LCHS), which owns the
property, is a private, non-profit organization,
operating on funds through memberships, fund-
raising events, grants, and donations. The Society
was formed in 1989 by a few concerned individuals
in the community to preserve the town's early history.
The LCHS holds general meetings, runs the West Bay Common School Children's Museum, presents Landmark Medallions, provides an Oak Tree Registry, sponsors tours of historic sites and gardens, and special educational programs for the community.
The mission of the Historical Society is to promote and to preserve the history of League City, to educate the community on the rich history of the League City area, and to foster a positive community spirit for rebuilding, restoring, and preserving the historical area of League City.
Our monthly meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month except July and December. Meetings start at 7pm in the Barn Museum located at 210 N. Kansas, League City, TX 77573. For more information call (281) 554-2994.
Go to the LCHS web page HERE