The UFO museum in Roswell attracts an estimated 150,000 tourists per year to a part of New Mexico that is pretty far off the “beaten path.” The proposed Texas UFO Museum & Research Library is likely to attract even more, depending on its location and level of support by the community.
A city somewhere in Texas will, in the near future, be home to the brick-and-mortar Texas UFO Museum and Research Library. The proposed downtown museum will become a top tourist attraction in the state of Texas, featuring exhibits about all the major UFO cases that have occurred in Texas or that have strong ties to Texas. The museum will include walk-through exhibits featuring interactive scenes from each case, a small theater for screening UFO-related films, a lecture hall for presentations by guest speakers, a gift shop, a research library, a ride-through attraction that puts riders into the middle of a UFO crash recovery, and much more.
The entire world awaits one of the most remarkable UFO-related attractions ever. If you represent a city (or a private organization) in Texas that is interested in establishing the Texas UFO Museum in your community, please contact us.