Valley of the Caddo 
Museum & Cultural Center
Valley of the Caddo Museum & Cultural Center is committed to being an excellent organization that appropriately depicts and represents the history and culture of Lamar, Delta, Fannin, and Red River Counties.  Displays will be changed every four to six months to enable a greater coverage of the wide range of collections and exhibits from this region of Northeast Texas. 
Quanah Parker Exhibit
The Caddo Museum proudly presents the Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker Exhibit, “A Woman OF Two Worlds and a Man IN Two Worlds.” In 1836, a Comanche raiding party took Cynthia Ann from her family. Over the following years, she became wife to a Comanche chief and mother to children, including Quanah. After Cynthia Ann was taken back by Texas Rangers, Quanah became one of the most important Comanche leaders both in war and peace. This traveling exhibit features rarely seen photos of Quanah and Cynthia Ann Parker and will be on display in the museum gallery through August 31st. This exhibit is sponsored by The Texas Trail of Fame. The Texas Lakes Trail Region is one of the ten Heritage Trail Regions created through the Texas Historical Commission. 
On display through August 2019
Current Exhibits
Lynda Dunham-Watkins Collection
Through Dec. 2019
Dr. John H. Cannon Jr. Collection
Through Dec. 2019
Patricia Prudhomme Browning
Through Sept. 17, 2019
Astronomy Department with collaboration with NASA
Welcome to Mars 
Signed by American Astronaut, 
retired Colonel 
Buzz Aldrin
Presented to Gene Stallings, Head Football Coach, University of Alabama
This Century of Champions football was flown aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour on the STS-57 mission, June 21st  - July 1st, 1993, which retrieved the EURECA satellite and was the first flight of the privately developed SPACEHAB module.
Archaeology Department
Light Biface
Museum mascot: Acrocanthosaurus 
Kenneth Bush Collection
Award winning clovis point.