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McCulloch House Museum

The original two room structure was built by Dr. Josiah H. Caldwell as a home for his wife and five children.  In 1870, the house was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Champe Carter McCulloch who expanded the structure to its present size.  The house was occupied by family members of the McCulloch family until 1971. Along with many family heirlooms, the house showcases fine examples of early Texas artists, as well as, a large painting of Ann Pamela Cunningham; frequently credited as the person responsible for the restoration of Mount Vernon.



407 Columbus Ave, Waco, TX 76701


(254) 756-2828