BGHV Mission & Goals
The mission of the Buffalo Gap Historic Village is to collect, preserve, and exhibit the natural history and material culture of the West Texas region from 1875-1925; and to serve as a research facility for local, regional, and national scholars as well as genealogists.Read More
Our History and Origins
One of the key factors behind the emergence of Buffalo Gap as a heritage tourism destination was the creative vision of Ernest Walter (Ernie) Wilson. A successful local attorney, Wilson’s passion was the study of history. A serious collector of frontier artifacts…Read More
Why Visit Buffalo Gap Historic Village
Buffalo Gap remains at the heart of Taylor County. The town has weathered many challenges and hasn’t seen a significant population shift for more than a hundred years. Even so, it remains a reminder of the turbulent days when Texas “grew up with the country.”Read More
Need help finding your way to Buffalo Gap Historic Village? Here’s a map!
The Buffalo Gap Historic Village appreciates our corporate sponsors!
Thank you BGHV upper tier members!
Julie and Buddy Napier
Rhonda and Lee Moore
Melinda and Thomas Stewardson
Kathy and Randy Daniell
Trail Blazer Members
Paul and Gail Thames
Dian Graves Stai